Pre-fabricator/ framer (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – October 24, 2016
The years i have put into this work field, i have learned a lot. A typical work day would be clocking in, giving us our daily building layout and start framing them. a lot of my experience has been through Tuff Shed from working drawings to cutting lumber. Management there are outstanding! they are always there when ever you needed them. the hardest part about the job was learning how to frame, but within time i learned and now i am at an advanced level. the most enjoyable part of the job was knowing we had satisfied our customers.
You gain a lot of experience, hands on, and also with blue prints.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – November 9, 2015
New Management from big boxes like Best Buy have turned TS into a horrible place. It's all about their new cloud based CRM, which was not designed for use in their environment. Not about selling sheds anymore, more about "interactions" and Opportunities within the CRM. Becoming more difficult than ever to sell against our own sheds at Home Depot, which are less expensive, better financing and promotions and no sales tax or delivery is charged. What used to be a fun and rewarding job has become a joke.
Tuff Shed is Awesome ! Really Beautiful Exploring The PNW While Traveling
installer (Former Employee) – Tukwila, Wa – August 24, 2015
Working for tuff Shed was a great experience for me, from making good money to it being an easy job to being able to see all of the land as we traveled. My job didn't last because my boss at the time was a very negative person.
Pre-Fabricator (Former Employee) – Lenexa, KS – December 30, 2013
I enjoyed working at Tuff Shed. I have always loved to work with my hands and build things. I was able to do that in this job, and have a very good relationship with the people I worked with and the management of the company.