its a very good job, however you will required to travel very long distaces quite a bit.
Its like construction except indoors, you and a group of fellow workers go into stores(Home Depot) and redo the sections according to a chart given to you. its honestly not bad especially if get along your coworkers as your on the clock for about 10 hours on average. However Management is bad at an organizational level.
They are friendly but they lack stability and upper management. The company has difficulty acquiring and maintaining contracts so this is not a job where you will be working all year round as layoffs happen in the winter and start up again mid spring, so if your applying apply during spring as that's when your busy. The future of the company is very uncertain however as the upper management is very unprofessional and may be the reason for work that requires you to travel far and keep you away from family months on end. So i would only recommend if your single and don't have say school or priorities requiring you to be close to home, especially if you live in the northeast of the US. There are local contracts considering the company is based out of Dover,NH, a lot of there work comes from the mid-west so if you live in a Midwestern state, particularly Illinois travel wont too bad. If its over 60 miles you are covered for gas but only 68 cents per gallon, travel a little further and your given a hotel room for the assigned period which is 2 weeks at most. there will be times where you have to travel on an airline paid for of course but travel light. you are covered for food but only 25 dollars a day.