Palm Desert - Senior Carpet Technician (Former Employee) – Palm Desert, CA – December 24, 2017
you would clock in at 7am you work throughout the day sometimes getting lunches very late and wouldnt when you be get off work and hardly would be able to plan a day after work to spend time with the family. my last manager i had wouldnt be flexible as other previous managers i had like if you had any family emergency. he wouldnt know how to talk to his employees. very disrepecful.
Driver / carpet technician (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 22, 2017
They was ok just lied about how work is going and told me I could come back with my work ethic being so good but ended up asking the other workers if they wanted me back which as thts a no if u trying to get yo ppl In the job
A typical day at work can be sometimes long and strenuous. Overall the management is ok, but upper management can be a little more visible and rewarding towards their employees. The workplace's atmosphere is pretty laid back. The hardest part of the job is not being equipped with the necessary tools and equipment to do my job effectively. The most rewarding and enjoyable part of the job is satisfying clients.
The way they pay is sucks. you get paid on what you sell not how many carpets you clean. They wouldn't work with doctor appointment schedules. I had to quit because they wouldn't accept my doctors' note as a form of excuse of absence.
Carpet Technician/Dispatch (Current Employee) – Kaukauna, WI – March 19, 2017
Start clocking in at the shop by 7:15am. Shortly after a morning debrief, you load up the van with supplies and then go on your job route. After all of your jobs are completed you go back to the shop and finish paperwork. Typically there are between three to five stops per day.
Carpet Technician (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – November 28, 2016
Where to start the add says 50,000 a year which is an outright lie. The owner has his son running things which wouldn't be horrible if your one of his bar buddies and get spoon fed money. No social or personal life at all.
Carpet Technician/Crew Chief (Former Employee) – New Castle, DE – June 30, 2016
its okay if you like to sell ,otherwise its a job. the only way you make money is if you sell. good thing about it is you meet some interesting people . and if you net work yourself you may be able to move on .
Carpet Technician (Former Employee) – Lee's Summit, MO – May 27, 2016
It was hard work, a sales-based, two-man team centric job that you would either succeed very well in or kind of bomb out of. A 8$ hour minimum safety net was nice for the commission part, but when you would see itk it was terrible. And seeing as the training wasn't exactly mandatory, most things you figured out on your own, leaving a lot left to learn. Overall good co-workers, everyone worked well with eachother. 7.5/10
Carpet Technician (Former Employee) – Monroe, LA – April 19, 2016
This job was the worst job I have ever had..I hate I even associated my name and reputation with such an unprofessional business. The owner is running the buisness into the ground. He doesn't care about his employees or the business. Spends his money on the wrong things forcing us to have to clean without soap at times. I had no training and pretty much picked up everything I knew from another employee. The location I worked at constantly goes through employees because of the owner and his terrible personality. He has poor communication skills and can't help but tick off whoever he talks to. There is so much more I could say but I've wasted enough time with this company... STAY FAR AWAY!!!!
Gettting to drive around and meet knew people
Not enough pay, nobody cares, no set hours, waste of time!!!!!!
Carpet Technician (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – February 17, 2016
You get commission based on your crew chiefs performance so you better hope yo are matched up with a good crew chief. Assisting to the crew chief, setting up and tearing down the van, moving furniture.
good learning experience,now i know how to properly clean and inspect tile as well as carpet.Co workers are great they help each other and pass on their knowledge of all the different cleaning technics.