dseventy wrote: »
Given this will be your only "job" it will be hard to argue that you are "self employed".
I did Double glazing for a few years "back in the day" and did very well out of it.
We did not do the "today price" crap or pushy. I measured up and sent a written quote through days later. Customers much prefered this, we also let people bring in measurements.
I made quite a lot of money. I was responsible though for mis-measures or order issues (like ordering a red door instead of a white one), that was the only downside.
21flames wrote: »
Going to take a while to learn how to price everything up, the windows seem simple enough.
He said I can go out on my own after going with him a few times........I don't think I will be ready then.So when a punter says no just keep talking/ offering?
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