Your gonna be a 1099 worker. Meaning you are a contractor working for them. There is potential to make real money there. But potential and reality are 2 different worlds. Prepare to work Monday through Saturday there. Environment is very casual, surprisingly most of the workers there are rather friendly and helpful. But back to the pay factor, you only get paid on jobs that are completed, so there leaves ALOT of room to not get paid for a job that is cancelled, postponed or customer just changed their minds. So in theory you can make $1000+ a week, but in reality it'll probably be ALOT less then that a week.