Plaster Masons apply interior or exterior plaster, cement, stucco, or similar materials. May also set ornamental plaster. They also cover surfaces such as windows, doors, or sidewalks to protect from splashing
* Clean job sites.
* Mix mortar and plaster to desired consistency or direct workers who perform mixing.
* Apply coats of plaster or stucco to walls, ceilings, or partitions of buildings, using trowels, brushes, or spray guns.
* Set up scaffolds.
* Determine materials needed to complete the job and place orders accordingly.
* Cure freshly plastered surfaces.
As a block mason, you specialize in working with masonry components such as bricks, stones, and concrete blocks. You build and repair structures like walls, walkways, and patios, and work on new construction as well as renovation projects.
When a mason is laying between 90 to 120 block per day, every pound matters. ProBlock’s light unit weight and its open end design allows the mason to go around rebar instead of up and over, thereby reducing the risk of back and shoulder injuries.
1) Align and straighten tile using levels, squares and straightedges.
2) Finish and dress the joints and wipe excess grout from between tiles, using damp sponge.
error: Content is protected !!
Our goal is to remove educational or technical barriers 👋 that hinders a person's career growth