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I’m looking for sub contractors for a project I have in east Texas. The scope is roughly 27,000 sq ft of security film with structural silicone taped and tooled. You must be able to pass a background check and fingerprinting to work on this site. Please call or text 775-420-7975. Thanks.
Auto Tinting Austin LLC is a 5-Star rated Window Tinting business established in 2013. We offer high quality products, expert installation and excellent customer service.
-A Very Positive and Supportive Work Atmosphere
-Consistent Work Year Round
-Very Competitive Pay
-Air Conditioned Bay
-Snacks and Lunches
-$1000 Sign On Bonus
-Willing to Assist in Relocating the Right Candidate
-Porter and Tint Shop Support Team
-Plotter, Bottles, Shampoo Etc All Provided
Seeking experienced window tinting technician to install automotive window film. Experience with plotter and hand cutting. Ability to operate manual vehicles for parking and moving. Will work with a helper team that can step in to cut film, move cars, remove film. Positive atmosphere.
Schedule is open Monday-Saturday.
$1000 Sign on Bonus!
$1000-$2500+/Week Full Time, $300-600/Day Part Time ---BASE PAY AND TIPS!!
Please call to schedule interview.
Auto Tinting Austin LLC
1601 Bench Mark Dr. Ste C
Austin, TX 78728
Job Type: Full-time
Job Type: Part-time
Pay: $1500-$2500+/Week Full Time, $300-600/Day Part Time
Total OffRoad & More Is seeking experienced window tint installers or will train the willing and energetic right candidates for the following locations.
Raleigh North Carolina, Charlotte North Carolina, Charleston South Carolina, Greenville South Carolina, Norcross Georgia, Kennesaw Georgia, Virginia Beach Virginia, Pelham Alabama, three locations in Houston Texas, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Naperville Illinois, South Elgin Illinois, Columbus Ohio, Cincinnati Ohio, Ogden Utah, Phoenix Arizona, Gilbert Arizona, Tucson Arizona, El Paso Texas, Albuquerque New Mexico, Indianapolis Indiana, Cleveland Ohio, Baton Rouge Louisiana, Memphis Tennessee, Nashville Tennessee, Tacoma Washington, Seattle Washington, Portland Oregon, Tigard Oregon, Salt Lake Utah.
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I reached out to global, info@global email. Do they have any sales requirements, or certification requirements?
We'll see how long it takes for them to reply. Or does someone have a local rep near Denver?
Ppf is going to be the easiest for you to transition to coming from detail and being familiar with car body shapes.
Tinting can be alot more challenging to get right in a detail shop, even for an experienced installer.
Taking the class from Xpel would probably benefit you in your position because it would (1) give you brand support for ongoing install questions. (2)becoming a dealer would probably be easier after having gone through their training and beginning a professional relationship. (3) likely give you access to a protected product area. Ask first to make sure that access will granted. (4) you would most likely be added to their list of installers on their website if you are accepted as a dealer.
For someone just starting out the dealer/marketing support would be helpful, even if you pay a few dollars extra as compared to taking a random class and whinging it.
Once you've been at it for a few years any solid brand/product will do, however, some prefer the dealer model for the obvious benefits and build their buisness around it. You'll find what works for you after you've been at it for a few years.
Good luck and post any install questions you might have once you get started. This is a really good/helpful community here.
I've got the ceramic 70 in a heat/light cube with the ceramic 30, HP30 and clear glass. That stuff is amazing, especially when you can see it side by side. I suspect it's two layers of ceramic base films laminated together to meter at 70vlt. I hope they never change it.
Thanks @Bham. Believe it or not I really enjoy educating the customers to find out what they really need and not try to oversell just to turn a buck. Most of my new clients come from older referrals and when they find me I keep em for years.
For sure more people are catching on to the product name and I've yet to have a piece of HP or the ceramic fail that wasn't my own fault.
It's nice to know I'm not paying for a bunch of marketing collateral and a butt kissing salesman to travel around pass out tshirts and coffee cups that's added into the cost of my roll stock.