Thermal & sound insulation (batt, blow, and spray foam), and air barrier work

Thermal & sound insulation (batt, blow, and spray foam), and air barrier work

Job Details
Mike Ojile

Homeco Insulation is seeking applicants for thermal & sound insulation (batt, blow, and spray foam), and air barrier work.

Physical Abilities Needed
- Able to set up, climb, and work off 6’, 8’and 10’ ladders as well as extension ladders
- Able to set up, climb, and work off scaffolds (different heights)
- Able to run and work off a lift (different heights)
- Able to lift batt, rigid and semi-rigid insulation materials ranging from 10 lbs. to 50 lbs.
- Able to lift rigid insulation materials ranging from 5 to 40 lbs.
- Able to lift blown insulation packages weighing approximately 35 lbs.
- Able to carry rolls of vapor barrier ranging from
- Able to push-roll 4-packs or 5-packs of bundled fiberglass batt insulation up flights of stairs if no lift is available.
- Able to work overhead installing both insulation and vapor barrier
- Able to squat, kneel, or bend over repetitively to install insulation, vapor barrier, caulking, etc. at floor level
- Able to pull blowing hose to and from jobsite access
- Able to repetitively swing a tack hammer
- Able to walk on stilts for high or overhead work
- Able to drive short and long distances to and from the jobsite

Homeco Insulation encourages applications from females, minorities, and Section 3 residences.

Please contact Mike Ojile at 763-244-2291 or

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