There are professionals that work with screen enclosures for a living. This is a major market these days. Especially since so many residential homes have screened-in patios, sun porches, sheds, and outdoor rooms such as gazebos. Since there is a demand for screen enclosures all over America, there are plenty of job opportunities in this field. This means you can work in most parts of the United States. As you may know, most screen enclosures are used on back patios and lanais that have roof coverings. This is so the sun and rain are blocked, and kept out of the room to some degree.
What type of education and/or training you need for this business really just depends on what your job title is. For instance, if you sell aluminum, steel or bronze screen enclosures, then you simply need to know all about what products are offered for sun porches, patios and back yard sheds. On the other hand, if you install screen enclosures, then you will need certain carpentry skills in order to handle these custom jobs. While you may have to install a screen on the balcony of a house at one point, you may later have to deal with a large framed indoor greenhouse that has glass windows as well. Sometimes screen enclosures are even needed on pet cages. For the most part, you will likely be dealing with patio and porch additions to homes, which typically have roof covers and cement or tile floors.
As you likely know, in this field, you will generally have to work with a number of consumers and clients.