I used to work for Stanley Steemer in Florida for almost 20 years and yes it will consume everything that you have plus more. On the bright side all the overtime you will put alot of money in the bank till it gets slow and I mean slow. Save that money is the key if you work for this company and really expect no life. Oh I was a lead technician made 45,000.00 a year but it varies in pay because it's commission based job. The biggest thing that I can give is sell your tail end off to make that money.
If you have a family, stay away. This place consumes your life.
As a salaried employee it look for you to be in there over 60 hours per week and has a technician you never know when your days is over. So many things that are inconsistent and unnecessary.
Down season almost the whole crew gets laid off andhours get cut by about 50%
Answered - Floor Technician (Former Employee) - Palm Desert, CA
Never know when end of day is
Answered - Crew Chief (Current Employee) - Florida
The hours are never the same.. you start at 7:15 for most likely 6 days a week, and you get off whenever they stop sending jobs (stops) but the goal is to keep you out to at least after 4 so expect to get off between 4:45 and 8pm
The working hours to be long or short one day you get off at 6 p.m. the next to get off at 3 p.m., it is not hourly it is paid by job
Answered - Carpet Cleaner (Former Employee) - Manchester, PA
Hours vary day to day all depends on when you get your jobs done. quickness and efficiency is key in the workplace
Answered - Lead Technician (Former Employee) - Braintree, MA