A window fitter will install windows, conservatories and glazed curtain walls in homes and businesses.
The main duties of a window fitter are:
The average working week for a window fitter is around 40 hours
The average hourly pay rate for Window Fitter is between £20-£26.
To work as a window fitter you’ll need to have:
The basic tools will be required are:
Do I need a CSCS card?
Yes. To work as a Window Fitter you will need to hold a valid CSCS card.
Do I have to provide my own tools?
Yes. As a self-employed Window Fitter you are required to provide all your own tools. Materials will be provided by the hirer. If are employed by a company the tools may be provided by your employer.
Do I need experience?
Yes. You will need to have good customers service skills and the ability to plan and organise workloads. You will need to have an understanding of your role and some maths skill to be able to accurately work out dimensions needed to install the windows.
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