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Hired 8 times
32 years in business
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8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
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Roscoe And Janice C.
John Burnett is a furniture restoration expert and a very nice guy. He is the consummate professional, knowledgeable, and pleasant to work with. I have a massive master bedroom set that was old and faded. Although it was not very expensive furniture to begin with, I wanted it refinished because I'm downsizing and need these pieces for the extra storage they provide. John provided a reasonable estimate, picked up the pieces, refinished everything beautifully, delivered and reassembled everything perfectly. I would highly recommend John's services.Sep 11, 2016Verified
Burnett restoration did an outstanding job. The result was "better than new" The quality of the work, and timeliness were very good. We would recommend this person to anyone in need of restoration of antiques.Feb 20, 2017Verified
The project was re-gluing antique chairs whose joints were becoming very loose. Mr. Burnett picked up the chairs, re-glued them perfectly, and brought them back in a matter of days. I am very pleased with his work.Dec 12, 2015Verified
I've had John work on two pieces of mine. The first was a table and matching, detachable hutch that he refinished and it looks amazing. The second was a complete restore on a small wooden stagecoach cash box that had been in my family since the mid 1700s. The box was in a corner of a barn for decades was missing a piece on the side. I had little hope for a beautiful renewal. Then came John! He restored its beauty and kept true to the original piece--by not adding a bunch of new parts to it. It really is a perfect restoration. If you have a piece that is special to you, rest assured John will do right by you.Feb 6, 2017
Restoring antique furniture Mr.John Burnett is number one. He will take your piece and restore it to looking brand new.Dec 2, 2015
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?It can be complex, the majority of times it serves me to see the piece, damages, type of finish on the piece, degree of detail work to piece ie: carving, moldings, size, etc. i usually like to spend some time with the client discussing finish color, sheen and special attention facets as well as seeing the area the piece or pieces will be living so as to help client create a better illusion as to what i see in their treasures and advise.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?My Mother was a huge inspiration in that we used to run around to all the Antique stores and i was taken in by all the styles and wood grains and such that it prompted me start buying pieces of my own and refinishing the ones that needed it and i found it was a skill set that i had a knack for and just stuck with it thus landing a posistion with a fine furniture company and had the opportunity to work through every department that pertained to building a higher skill set and ending with managing the companies restoration department .
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?I wish clients would know just what it takes to get their piece to the results of what they see when it is returned to them !