LeafFilter Gutter Protection
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LeafFilter Gutter Protection Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Jeffrey Housenbold
    57%
    approve of Jeffrey Housenbold's performance
  • Founded
    2005
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Personal Consumer Services
  • Link
    LeafFilter Gutter Protection website
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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 512 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

COMMERCIAL ESTIMATOR in Brighton, ON
on 17 July 2021
You are always busy
On the road constantly. You meet all sorts of people that have houses. Mostly 40 plus clientele. If you like to drive this is a good job as you spend a lot of time in your car. If you can use a tape measure you can do this. Management very supportive.
Sales Representative in Ontario
on 17 May 2022
Stay far away
I highly recommend to stay far away from working as a sales rep for this company. You will go out of pocket for fuel and every other expenses. Despite, what they tell you about making insane money and sure you will make some pretty awesome cheques…you will also go weeks and months without getting paid. Management has no actual background in the trades for the most part as most are from a sales background therefore your sales often don’t get installed due to lack of intelligence and common sense from the top down. Everyone there are all money hungry hard headed people that don’t care about you or anyone else… just themselves and only themselves. Do not work here and do not believe their non stop lies.
installer in Edmonton, AB
on 6 May 2022
Terrible management in edmonton
Starting out as a instalation subcontractor was easy enough but the headache associated with the installation manager soon became apparent. Through disorganization and not knowing the skill levels of the installers dealing with him quickly became a headache and when things did not go his way he would start to be condescending and just a nightmare to deal with. Couple that with a predatory sales team who take advantage of mostly elderly customers by charging them 30-50 dollars a foot for a product that doesn't live up to the sales pitch, you'll soon start to wonder why you work there at all. considering typical rates for the installers themselves range from $1.50-3.50 a foot the incentive to play along with the con just isn't there.
Sales in Canada
on 10 January 2022
High pressured sales... only care about achieving targets .. product is bad
Was very excited to start here (they really sell it during the interview).Company does not care about you ... all they care about is the "leads " you get... training is lacking and they only like you if you go over your quota ... high pressured sales... beware!
Sales Representative in Edmonton, AB
on 3 August 2021
Your in competition with your own managers
You drive and pitch the product (keep to the script they say), estimate, close in a high-pressure sales environment. 2-4 calls a day rain or shine. Leafilter wants the sales today. Pay is 100% commission only no hourly wage, no gas or vehicle cost coverage. During your call and after your pitch, the sales manager offers discounts during your call that push your commissions to little to none. If it's not sold, managers come in and undersell your call at a lower price and the commission is gone. If you make slight mistakes on your estimate they take heavy commissions off. You will work weekends, evenings, even holidays, and take calls because others quit or don't show. Brown nosers in every group they train. Don't buy equipment for the job, if you do keep the receipts because you will need to return everything later. It's 1 in 100 that make 100k.

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