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Old 02-06-2013, 01:52 AM
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Get your feet wet doing some jobs for friends family and maybe help with an experienced installer before jumping in on doing work for real paying customers. Last thing you want is a bad name for yourself. Reading helps but the only way to learn and get good at it is to do it, if you start off with a real customer I would at least be up front with them that its your first crack at doing this work. Best bet is to talk to the contractor you refer work to and tell him you will keep throwing work at him if you can come help with the install.
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