When you are seeking the right staff for your building project, then you need to ensure that they have the right skills and experience to help you complete your jobs to a high standard, and this includes installing facades. Here, we look at the key skills you need to look for when recruiting facade installers – and why it matters.


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Why Do Facade Installers Matter?

The facade of the building is a vital part of your construction work. Not only do they show off the best aspects of the building and look great, but you need them to also be sturdy. Having the best possible workers to fulfil this role will ensure that the build is high quality and durable, without potential dangers or health and safety risks both during and after completion.

Strong Communication

When seeking the right skills for any role, a strong communicator is a real benefit. However, this is even more important when it comes to facade installers. These experts need to be able to communicate well with their on-site colleagues and managers during the installation process.  Good communication is essential to make sure no issues are missed, and maintaining good communication channels will help deal with small issues before they become big issues.

Expert Knowledge

A facade installer should have a wide range of knowledge related to the industry. They should be experienced with stick work, unitised panels, rainscreen cladding, and various facade systems. They should also have a current NVQ qualification and ancillary qualifications like IPAF, Working at Height, and PASMA. They should be confident reading drawings and have a full range of appropriate tools.

Contact King Contract Services Today

As a site manager, you need every aspect of your construction site to be handled by experts in the field. King Contract Services are available to give you the highly experienced candidates you need to fill the technically skilled facade installation roles, whether you’re seeking temporary workers or permanent staff, so get in touch today.


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