The Burnette Group
The Burnette Group

The Burnette Group

$60/service call
estimated price

Plenty of availability

in the next 3 days


A service call at your home will allow the pro to identify the issue and get you an accurate quote. They can usually do the job same-day.

Introduction: I feel like that care about our customers and how we want their products to look and we want to leave and make them feel comfortable as if no where their family contractor

Hired 4 times

Serves Honoraville, AL

Background checked

License verified

4 employees

15 years in business

Business hours

Sun12:00 am - 11:59 pmMon12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Scheduling policy

You can reserve this pro up to 28 days in advance. They'll need at least Read more

Payment methods

This pro accepts payments via Cash, Credit card, Google Pay, PayPal, and Zelle.

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Customers rated this pro highly for work quality.


2 reviews


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Moises M.
2 weeks ago

Hired on Thumbtack

Hired on Thumbtack

Working with this company has been an extremely negative experience. They charged me $65.00 for an estimate, which I had already paid for. After approving their estimate, almost two weeks have passed with three rescheduled appointments, and there has been no communication or apparent interest from them. They are an unreliable company to work with, and I strongly do NOT recommend them. seems like a Scam to me.

Details: Less than 2 hours (Simple tasks) • Repairs • Business

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Melvin S.
May 1, 2023

License Type: Annual Filing Season Program Participant (AL)

License verified on 2/24/2024

Background Check

Ronald Burnette


  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    actually I went through a divorce it was homeless for a brief moment I always did contract labor as far as digging Brick Mason labor Etc well in 1998 I met a gentleman named Mr call Wallace while I was homeless. he had asked me if I knew how to run power tools I told him I was a fast learner I had been in the military in the Army before and I listened well so he immediately let me come to work that day and we were getting started working on the University actually Alabama State and Tuskegee University and it started from there and I began to study with my notepad and I studied all my terms and I took the test

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    I feel like that the customer should make sure that they are licensed and also not only license but bonded and know the difference between general liability insurance when filing a claim versus going after a bond

  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    I feel like customers should be certain about the product that they want and knowledgeable enough to understand the tier level of the labor this mean performed often times customers will want a higher cost product when in retrospect if they're just going to rent the property they should go with a builder's grade most stores have a builder's grade fixer for all product products

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