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Top 23 Commercial Door Installer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Commercial Door Installer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Commercial Door Installer resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.1% of Commercial Door Installer resumes contained Door Hardware as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Commercial Door Installer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Commercial Door Installer

1. Door Hardware
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Here's how Door Hardware is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Install doors and door hardware-hinged, handles, panic/push bars etc.

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2. Door Installation
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3. Product Installation
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4. Job Site
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Here's how Job Site is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Assisted in the daily operations that included directing activities of job sites, crew members, and tool/equipment upkeep.

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5. Hand Tools
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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws.
  • Bore and cut holes in flooring as required for installation, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Install new or repair/replace worn or broken door parts, using hand tools.
  • Used hand tools and power tools.
  • Fitted and fastened wallboard or sheetrock into specified position, using hand tools, portable power tools, or adhesive.

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6. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Equipped crew partner with Lead Installer duties including invoice reconciliation, meeting deadlines for job quotes, and customer service escalations.
  • Follow up customer service to customer if we had not received order or after installation.
  • Recognized for outstanding customer service and high quality of work.
  • Test and evaluate customer service related issues to determine the root cause of the problem with Comcast devices.

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7. Cctv
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Here's how Cctv is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Install and support CCTV, Access Control Systems and Burglary Systems including Cloud based applications and remote access viewing of cameras.
  • Installed and inspected security, fire panels, access control and CCTV.

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8. Steel Door Frames
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9. Stud
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Here's how Stud is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Inspect job sites for door clearance, study blueprints and schematics diagrams and adjust doors if they malfunction.
  • Installed blanket insulation between studs and tacks plastic moisture barrier over insulation.
  • Assembled and installed metal stud framing.

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10. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Trained and licensed in Commercial safety practices (OSHA 10) and licensed to operate job-specific machinery.

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11. Electrical Systems
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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Experienced with use of single-phase, three-phase, 115, and 240 volt electrical systems.

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12. Troubleshoot
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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Maintain and Troubleshoot commercial and residential heating and air conditioning trouble calls.
  • Performed installation, repair and troubleshooting on commercial garage doors.
  • Assist technicians with onsite access to customers, troubleshooting phone lines and features, internet and cable provisioning.
  • Installed and troubleshoot PTZ cameras, dome cameras, and bullet cameras Programmed DVR for camera systems

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13. Sectional Doors
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Here's how Sectional Doors is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Install and service commercial rolling steel and sectional doors and dock equipment.

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14. RAN
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Here's how RAN is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Connect heating or air conditioning equipment to fuel, water, or refrigerant source to form complete circuit.
  • Sweated copper drain lines and refrigerant lines.
  • Used large cranes and scissor lifts.

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15. Service Calls
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Here's how Service Calls is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Performed routine service calls and provided customer support.

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16. Fire Doors
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Here's how Fire Doors is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Installed door operators, rolling steal, sectional steel, fire doors at surrounding private and commercial businesses in Sacramento area.

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17. Company Truck
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18. IP
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Here's how IP is used in Commercial Door Installer jobs:
  • Visited various industrial plants and military bases to install/maintain door/dock equipment on a regular basis.
  • Serviced and repaired faulty equipment and door units
  • Interact with all customers creating business relationships.
  • Demonstrated extensive knowledge and proficient, safe use of various tools and equipment, i.e.
  • Deliver materials, tools, and equipment to construction site for product installation.
  • Performed multiple tasks to ensure the quality of said job for every site.
  • Installed chilled water loops, condenser loops, heating and drain piping.
  • Participated in site planning and trained customers on use of equipment.
  • Maintained tools, equipment, shop facility, and fleet.
  • Experience with installing loading dock equipment such as McGuire dock levelers
  • Installed commercial ducting and equipment.
  • Monitor for quality and service during live interactions, and assisting leadership with any additional assigned task.
  • Managed sales staff and was involved in shipping, receiving and quality control.Door Coordination Services
  • Schedule, dispatch and coordinate (5) service technicians Perform commercial ductwork and equipment installations
  • Certified forklift operator .install all hvac duct and equipment
  • Certified forklift operator Shop helper Facility services .install all hvac duct and equipment

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19. DVR
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20. Repair Services
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21. Heavy Equipment
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22. Alarm Systems
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23. Bathroom Fixtures
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20 Most Common Skills For A Commercial Door Installer

Door Hardware

15.8%

Door Installation

14.7%

Product Installation

9.5%

Job Site

8.9%

Hand Tools

6.8%

Customer Service

6.8%

Cctv

5.8%

Steel Door Frames

3.7%

Stud

3.2%

Osha

3.2%

Electrical Systems

3.2%

Troubleshoot

2.6%

Sectional Doors

2.6%

RAN

2.1%

Service Calls

2.1%

Fire Doors

2.1%

Company Truck

2.1%

IP

1.6%

DVR

1.6%

Repair Services

1.6%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Commercial Door Installer

Rank Skill
1 Door Hardware 15.1%
2 Door Installation 14.1%
3 Product Installation 9.0%
4 Job Site 8.5%
5 Hand Tools 6.5%
6 Customer Service 6.5%
7 Cctv 5.5%
8 Steel Door Frames 3.5%
9 Stud 3.0%
10 Osha 3.0%
11 Electrical Systems 3.0%
12 Troubleshoot 2.5%
13 Sectional Doors 2.5%
14 RAN 2.0%
15 Service Calls 2.0%
16 Fire Doors 2.0%
17 Company Truck 2.0%
18 IP 1.5%
19 DVR 1.5%
20 Repair Services 1.5%
21 Heavy Equipment 1.5%
22 Alarm Systems 1.5%
23 Bathroom Fixtures 1.5%
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