High expectations for quality work for "It is what it is" product.
Typically a 2 person crew (installer and assembler). Scheduling of installation time frame usually not long enough.
Number 1 complaint heard from customers: Poor or non-existent communication from office staff or management.
Direct supervisor had no previous construction experience.
I will say this: my dispatcher (scheduler) had my back. Shortly - more... after I started, both the current installer who was training me and the assembler quit within a very short period of time, leaving just myself to handle multiple installs that averaged 3-5 days each. She helped keep me grounded and positive and s ... - less
ProsGreat experience, was able to meet some really cool customers, initial starting wages were above average. National installation trainer is AWESOME!
ConsExpensive benefits, lack of real support from direct management, expectations of high quality workmanship, with sub par products, not enough time to do a quality installation.