Power Home Remodeling Reviews
Updated 8 Jun 2023
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"I have been a full-time employee at Power Home Remodeling for 11 months now" (in 130 reviews)
"Working at Power is like working with one big family" (in 103 reviews)
"Work life balance isn’t a real thing" (in 310 reviews)
"going door to door can be a bit exhausting" (in 185 reviews)
- Current Employee★★★★★Featured Review
Power Is Life Changing9 Mar 2023 - Remodeling ConsultantRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I really enjoy working for Power. It has allowed me to flow through engagement, upward mobility, moving houses, all with flying colors and a supporting uplifting culture. Couldn’t imagine my life without Power in it.
To be honest, I wish I could put something here but Power has everything I have ever wanted and more.
- Current Employee★★★★★
Ok7 Oct 2022 - Corporate Advisory AnalystRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Low pressure and work life balance
Many paper work and boring
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
"Building Bridges: Inspiring Leadership and Genuine Connections"5 Jun 2023 - Nitro Support NinjaRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- Visible and Accessible Leadership: Our leaders are present, approachable, and create an environment of trust and support. - Clear Mission and Values: Our company has a clear direction and purpose, fostering motivation and cohesion. - Strong Work Relationships: Colleagues go beyond just coworkers; we've built genuine friendships that create a positive and supportive atmosphere.
-Striving for Better Work-Life Balance: Balancing work and personal life can be challenging at times. -Clarifying Career Path Opportunities: The company could enhance clarity around available career paths and provide clearer guidance for employees to progress, especially within the BT Department.Continue reading
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
I Love This Job5 May 2023 - Remodeling Consultant in Denver, CORecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
This company is who they say they are. During the interview process, I was encouraged to watch PHRG’s YouTube videos. To my contentment, the culture is true to its recordings. We have multiple initiatives including Cultural Diversity, a Women’s Initiative, and support of our Veterans. When you have an entire team filled with people who are emotionally intelligent coupled with true leadership, it’s a recipe for growth and success. There is a huge difference between just having a boss, and having true leadership. At Power we have true leadership. In the 10 months I have been with this company I have been welcomed by my peers, seen a promotion, and quite frankly, have made a lot of money. Q1 I took home as much as I used to make in a year. I had a very serious health concern, and upper management has had grace with me and been very helpful and reassuring. Power hires based off of character rather than experience. If you’re personable, tenacious, fun, honest, and willing to get just a little uncomfortable in order to learn your new roles, you will flourish here just like I have.
Training can be tough, but again, people who grow and move to the next level, in any arena, know that a sacrifice is required. There is an entire team spanning several departments who willingly helped me through the learning process. Now that training is complete, my schedule allows for more time with my family than any job I’ve ever had.Continue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★
Uncomfortable/Awkward door to door canvasing required before they let you in actual sales5 Jun 2023 - Sales Representative in Phila, PARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Pay can be decent depending on the position Good Benefits
They intentionally do not disclose that you are required to intrude in neighborhoods for door to door scheduling before you can be in the sales position until about the third interview. There is a requirement to schedule a certain amount of appointments with homeowners on the sales representatives behalf. You are given a neighborhood to canvas in and knock on peoples doors often lying by saying you're "doing work in the neighborhood" and noticed they (insert here what "issue" you should find to point out) then sell them on the idea on having someone come out for a free quote. The sales rep will then be expected/pressured to sell to the homeowner in that initial visit as if people don't explore and get multiple quotes on these things. It's all an awkward pushy exchange from start to finish.
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Review24 Apr 2023 - Customer Development Representative in Charlotte, NCRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The different ways to make income at this place really opens up a lot of easy paths for people to set goals and make a lot. Feels like a family here. People care about each other and it goes a long way. The hours are perfect. Just enough time in the morning to get stuff done like the gym , chores, cooking, or other errands. And also just enough time to really wind down and decompress at the end of the day.
It depends on the area, but distance really kills my gas some days. although, contradicting that statement, it does make me push for that daily appointment bonus because I know I’ve made back a full tank in that sense. I have a dog though so some days when I get home at 9:00, it makes me feel like I don’t do my job as a dog owner. That’s it though, this job’s the best.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Power Home Remodeling has chagned my life15 May 2023 - Director of Sales in Dallas, TXRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
There are too many pros to working for Power to list. The biggest are what i would refer to as the big three. Pay structure, personal/professional growth and culture. The pay structure is one of a kind. It is built to make sales people feel extremely comfortable working a commission only job all while having the benefit of uncapped earning potential. The pay structure sports daily, monthly quarterly and yearly bonuses that reward not just the top 1% of performers but, all those that work for it. The company has a major focus on it's people. Power truly is a people first business. All leadership is focused on YOU. Focused on servant leadership to push you towards your goals. There are clear road maps set in front of you to attain the growth and success you want in any department. As for the culture. Power is a community. A community of like minded people. Who all want to see each other succeed. My closest friends in life work here. There is no culture like what Power has created.
Some people expect for the company to do all the work for them. Power will give to you exactly what you give to it.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Fun, Young, Progressive Company8 Jun 2023 - Anonymous Employee in Chester, PARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Some places include catchy tag lines on their websites to appear to have great culture, but Power truly invests in cultivating one of the best company cultures in the U.S. They offer excellent employee incentives through cultural initiatives and amazing internal special events. One of the main focuses within Power is personal and professional development. Department heads and managers aim to provide their employees with the resources and encouragement to grow as individuals and within the business. Power invests in state of the art facilities, so expect your office (especially if it’s new) to feel like a mini Google. Power promotes an inclusive and diverse workplace, with departments specializing in: diversity and inclusion, women and veterans. Power is most special for its people! They’re not just hiring and retaining anyone, they look for the values important to them: hard working, grit, humility, professionalism, enthusiasm, confidence, etc. You will get to work and build relationships with some of the best people you’ll ever meet. Take advantage of it!
For such a progressive company I think they could invest more in their employee benefits. If you’re trying to compete with the best companies in culture across the U.S. your benefits should compete with them as well. The benefits are pretty standard. If you’re interested in management be prepared to put in a lot of time and energy. You will be expected to not only perform but to make sure everyone under you is performing and feels supported by you inside and outside of work. This is no small feat, it will require your personal life to be aligned and in agreement with your life at work. If you’re the type of person who likes to leave work at work, it’s possible you will struggle with what is expected of you.Continue reading
- Current Employee★★★★★
Join at your own risk, despite what they say, turnover is actually extremely high31 Mar 2023 - Remodeling ConsultantRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great culture and support network. People are always there to train and make you better. You will never be able to say, “nobody helped me learn the material.”
If you’re looking for stability and financial security, look elsewhere! The turnover at this company is thru the roof. No base pay. Typical big business mentality. It’s a $2billion company and you only get paid commission. So in other words, the client wanting and being able to afford your product dictates whether you eat or not, not your direct effort. “Bonus” for going into sales is not a bonus at all. Your books will show $4k on them, but that is a “cover their own rear ends” bonus because even if you have sold a gigantic project and it is passed the recision point, the company still takes every cent away from you. The law is in place to protect them against that poor practice from the homeowner, but they do not want the negative reviews on social media so they take the money from the consultant even if the consultant did every bit of their job and earned that commission. Not something you would think a “multi-billion dollar company” would do. In conjunction with the last review, this company places a higher value on the ability to train someone off the street to sell their products than they do investing in the consultants that they currently have. They’d rather fire you or let you walk away than compensate you for your hard work.
- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Consistently on the best places to work lists4 Apr 2023 - Vice President in Chester, PARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Power is a growing company, that prioritizes leadership development and its employees. We have a number of employee-focused initiative groups; including veterans, women and CD&I. I am proud to have joined Power not only because we are true leaders in the industry. Our people and Nitro (Power’s proprietary and innovative enterprise platform) are what set us apart from everyone else. While we are a full-service exterior home remodeler, because of our leadership, culture and people, I believe we would conquer any market we entered. We endeavor to significantly expand our footprint into new territories and grow to a $2 billion company. What inspires me the most is that we’ll never be satisfied nor finished. We will always look toward what is next on the horizon. We are always hungry and curious. Power continues to rank high on multiple “best places to work” lists for a reason. I am so proud to work for a company who cares about its employees and the communities in which we live and serve. Last week I attended a leadership conference in Houston, led by our co-CEO. It was my first conference since joining Power Home Remodeling. I was expecting that we would focus on strategic objectives and goals for the company. I was prepared, ready and excited for that. But much to my surprise the entire focus of this leadership conference was on us as a people. I quickly learned that these leadership conferences largely focus on mind, body and spirit.
Not many...the pros far outweigh the consContinue reading
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Power Home Remodeling has an overall rating of 4.6 out of 5, based on over 4,272 reviews left anonymously by employees. 93% of employees would recommend working at Power Home Remodeling to a friend and 93% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has improved by 2% over the last 12 months.
93% of Power Home Remodeling employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Power Home Remodeling 4.0 out of 5 for work life balance, 4.8 for culture and values and 4.7 for career opportunities.