Find flooring jobs by checking job listings on Indeed or Craigslist. Network with professionals in your field, and ask for referrals from former customers. Make drop-in visits to homeowners to inform them about your services, and if you are running a business, set up a website detailing your flooring services and showing a profile of projects completed and customer testimonials. Membership in a building association or the local chamber of commerce increases your credibility among customers.
Check the Skilled Trades category on Craigslist in your state or locality to find contracts, part- or full-time jobs. Click on a listed job to view the advertiser, and apply for the opening. Alternatively, post an ad detailing your skills and experiences on Craigslist to find prospective employers, or sign up on Indeed for email updates of the latest flooring installer jobs in your area.
Attend networking events where you can get in touch with contractors, design firms or home builders to obtain leads to new flooring jobs. The Houston Chronicle says satisfied customers are likely to provide leads to new jobs, while a cold-calling campaign to homeowners or businesses can help you secure flooring jobs and increase your customer base. Offer free estimates to prospective customers, or provide discounted services for future jobs.