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Updated Feb 19, 2020

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4.2
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  1. Helpful (16)

    "ONLY LOOK AT THE 1 STAR REVIEWS!!!! All OTHERS ARE FAKE!!!"

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    Former Employee - Field Marketer in Atlanta, GA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Power Home Remodeling full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    There are no real pros to this company... they entice you with a military/woman friendly persona.. but the truth about this company is it’s a pyramid scheme!!! I am a war veteran and a true 6 figure sales earner... and I can tell you that this company is not what they’re putting out there. Veterans and anyone looking for an actual job with growth potential BEWARE!!!

    Cons

    -this company constantly monitors reviews to keep the truth in the shadows! Do not fall for the fake reviews. The person that you’ll be interviewing with is one of Satan’s minions. - the initial interview they’ll tell you about the job you think you’re there for. (Remodeling Sales Rep) you’re not. They have plenty of those!! - the second interview they’ll tell you the actual job you’ll be doing (door to door lead generation) or (sitting in BJ’s) after door to door harassment. They’ll tell you that everyone must go through their training program. However, the training program is nothing more than a revolving door of “slave labor” (lead generation) needed to supply their actual sales staff with leads. They’ll entice you with bonuses, 4,000 for everyone and an additional 3,000 for military once you complete training... but keep in mind the trainees are the people generating leads for the sales staff so your chances of getting out of the training phase are slim to none!!! Not the 60 days they told you about!!! There’s a constant need for new slaves because everyone quits once they realize they’re stuck in the lead generation and will never get that bonus!!! - if you do manage to move on, they’ll trickle to training to you on their products so that you’ll never really be competition to their actual sales staff! You’ll be stuck selling windows, which pays nothing!! -if you do manage to earn commissions the float your pay, so it’ll be 3 months before you’re truly paid in full for your job. The hold your commissions in a profit and loss center and pay you 33% of what’s in there each pay period. But again you chances of getting to that point a slim to none!!! This is the largest modern day pyramid scheme I’ve seen and it will go out of business as more people catch on!!!

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    Power Home Remodeling2019-06-28
  2. Helpful (10)

    "Misleading, fake reviews, and lies"

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    Former Employee - Marketer in Chicago, IL
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Power Home Remodeling full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    culture, but that ain't paying my bills Thick skin, going door to door is intense and I will forever be grateful for the tough person I am for it If I could take the culture with me to another job I would, but the bs that comes with it just isn't worth it.

    Cons

    -Fresh out of college? Turn away NOW. They will leach onto you, show you this great video where people look so happy to work at Power (sent it to my parents to try and convince them this wasn't a scam job), and you'll be told how AWESOME compensation is... . ha. - when you ask about door-to-door/sam's club they will make sure it sounds temporary, but while I was here they mislead people who were decent or better at those jobs and consistently told them to "hold on", "you're almost there" and a year or two later they are STILL in those positions. GREAT JOB MANAGEMENT. - I was even told that I would be taking a "tour" of some sort to pick out which job I wanted. I wanted sales. I was constantly told to just trust the process.... over and over again... - The only people they hire for sales are if you're 24 and older and have some past job experience. You will go door to door for however many months; they told my ex coworker they were going to go door to door or sam's for 90 days- they were in it for 5 months... - Sales: to my knowledge, you do not get gas/car compensation until you make $1mil for the company. YES, $1million. $0 given for wear and tear, gas, tolls, etc. until then; You are also told you get a bonus paid out to you of about $5K once you are done with your "90 days" of training; To my knowledge, that isn't given in a full lump sum and is very misleading (shocker) -If you are hired for sales, congratulations. I hope you make it. Good luck- it's a mix of rewarding, frustrating pile of repetition. However, if you make it, they have a banquet to honor you and stroke your ego among the other large, coke head egos there. - Marketing: door to door, "sorry to bother you", pushing for free estimates, I was in neighborhoods where people already hated power or where people were there before, no money; there were times we were left without a bathroom where we would pee in some woods, alley ways, neighborhoods- they even did that to a girl who worked with us - you will go door to door in the winter, it is awful, hardly anyone will bonus, a giant group of us made our base of $26k, so yes, $900 every two weeks.... lovely - hours in the vans, driving around, bottles full of pee, no lunch break on your own- you are required to eat in the car or grab something at walgreens then back to the van - Sams club, you are next to the direct Tv, telling people "oh hey we are just asking members today..." to convince them to get a free estimate on their crap windows (: wear some supportive shoes or your back will be messed up.. - Bonus structure: You might be told "Oh you'll make $200 EVERY appointment" FALSE. You have to have 4 of your appointments either sell or go "out" meaning a sales rep was able to get through their 3-hour presentation, you get a bonus for 4, 6, or 8 appointments made in a day, a certain amount starting around $100 for about 20 appointments made; there were a few instances I got 3 estimates one week and 1 the next (which was still difficult to do) and I wasn't able to get a bonus. - there were times I had appointments set out in places like Indiana, and mysteriously all of them would go cancelled because of "schedule conflicts" when these people are in Indiana with nothing else to do. Power's management WOULD cancel appointments because they wouldn't have enough sales reps or time and put the blame on you.... - Lastly, it was brought to my attention that ex employees were being harassed about a previous glassdoor review, being asked to take it down and being questioned when managers should be okay with a bad review here or there. BE AWARE OF FAKE REVIEWS MANAGEMENT WRITES. They were upset because they had 4 souls turn down Power because of the review. How sad): - Managers: constant lying, again they use the "it's just on the horizon" approach where you feel like you're almost there and a year passes and you are then told "another year" to get what you want after putting in literal blood, sweat and tears. - If you are being talked to by a current power employee, PLEASE know they are itching to make a $1000 referral bonus off of you and will also lie to you in order to get that once you stay 90 days, same with the managers too; to make up for the sausage fest Power is they even offered a larger bonus if a woman was hired....

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    Power Home Remodeling2019-06-24
  3. "Marketing at Power Home Remodeling Group"

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    Current Employee - Marketing Associate in Denver, CO
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The people and environment are incredible with more than fair compensation and earning potential.

    Cons

    Same cons as any sales job with ups and downs.

    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-26
  4. "It’s great job if you want to work"

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    Current Employee - Marketing in Centennial, CO
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    You can make money based on the work you put out

    Cons

    Work life balance can be rough if you’re not a planner

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    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-24
  5. "Good company"

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    Former Employee - Outbound Marketing in Riverview, FL
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Power Home Remodeling full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Culture, management, staff, benefits and events

    Cons

    Work/life balance , salary, growth, and work hours

    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-31
  6. "Endless possibilities"

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    Current Employee - Marketing in Nashville, TN
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Whether you’re fresh out of college or have years of experience, Power is a place for you and will help you mold who you are. This company has endless opportunities throughout every department and they will dedicate their time to find the right fit for you. The environment and team work that gets put into this company and it’s employees is something that cannot be described, it’s incredible.

    Cons

    Rain or 100 degrees you’re working, sometimes inside and sometimes outside

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    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-14
  7. "Great place to work"

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    Current Employee - Outbound Marketer in Nashville, TN
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Great team oriented environment, training provided is thorough and detailed. Company thrives off of high energy, high quality employees, making it a great place to work.

    Cons

    Working outside means sometimes you will be out in inclement weather (as long as it is safe).

    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-14
  8. "Never a more exciting career!"

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    Current Employee - Marketing in Norcross, GA
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The managers, mentors and team leaders motivate you everyday to be better than you were yesterday. There’s a culture of dedication to personal development that is endless here at Power, and many opportunities of upward mobility. The fun and camaraderie is unlike anywhere else!

    Cons

    If you are not willing to work hard and challenge yourself everyday you will have a hard time here.

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    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-11
  9. "Great Company"

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    Current Employee - Marketing Analyst in Melville, NY
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    -Earning Potential - Culture - Leadership opportunities/ endless career advancement opportunities. - Personal/ Professional Development - Great Leadership and mentors with great training practices. - Making a positive impact on a local and national level - nobody watching over your shoulder - You get out as much as you put in

    Cons

    - if your lazy you wont make money and you will waste your time, nothing is handed to you at Power. Some people can handle freedom and autonomy, some peoples work rate suffers when they have autonomy. Work hard and you will make 6 figures. If your lazy and don't put the time in then you will make a fraction of that.

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    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-09
  10. "Great work environment and great opportunities!"

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    Current Employee - Marketing in Austin, TX
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Power Home Remodeling full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Amazing culture and work environment. Opportunity to make great money. Lots of room to grow. Power puts focus on developing their employees. Holiday trip to Mexico!

    Cons

    It’s not for everyone. If you’re not willing to work hard and grow, you might experience challenges.

    Power Home Remodeling2019-05-07

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