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Learn about Decatur:

Located at the intersections of U.S. Hwy 287 and U.S. Hwy 380, Decatur has become a great destination for all walks of life. They pride Themselves in being a friendly "down-home" city. The population continues to steadily increase year after year due to the increase of businesses developing. The downtown area is vibrant with shops, eateries, and is the center of operations for the county and city. They have 6 parks, a regional hospital, tons of shopping and eateries, a large library....the list goes on and on. In 1856 the Texas Legislature established Wise County and directed that a county seat be placed within five miles of the center. Absolam Bishop, the "father" of Decatur, was charged with locating and laying out the plans. Bishop, loving the outlay of McKinney, decided to copy its plan and use it for Decatur. The city was laid out and originally named Taylorsville after Gen. Zachary Taylor. Bishop, however, did not approve of the name. He was indifferent to Gen. Taylor's Whip party affiliation and in beginning of 1858 had the name changed to Decatur after naval hero Stephen Decatur. The first post office and school were established in 1857. The town began to flourish and in the early 1860s the first of four courthouses was erected, and by the late 1860's saw the creation of new stores With the continual growth of the city, in 1897, land was purchased to create Decatur Baptist College. The college was finished in 1898 and became the first 2-year college ever established in the state of Texas. This building now resides as the Wise County Museum. The college moved to Dallas in 1965 in order to expand on 100 acres of land donated to it and by the invitation of the Dallas Baptist Association. The college soon became a four-year school, but still gets to proclaim itself the "Oldest Junior College in Texas" As Fort Worth continued to grow, so did Decatur. Decatur's population slowly but steadily risen from it's 1904 tally of 1,562 to just over an estimated 6,400 (July, 2008). Despite it's "low" population, Decatur flourishes because of its position in the county. Due to it's placement, Decatur still attracts farmers, ranchers, oil and gas workers, vacationers, citizens from surround areas, and it's own citizens in for everything from supplies to a peaceful night out on the town.

Dalworth Restoration offers water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold remediation, contents cleaning and other related services in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolis, including the city of Decatur, TX.

At Dalworth Restoration, our experience with fire and water damage repairs and restoration since 1976 has helped us establish ourselves as experts in the restoration industry. Our members take every restoration project very seriously to recreate your home or business and return it to its original condition to ensure you the least amount of stress during the process. In an effort to provide you with peace of mind, we also strive to create positive relationships with insurance companies on your behalf to make sure that your restoration project is given top priority. We handle all of the paperwork, the repair contracting team, the design and construction, the cleaning, and everything else that it takes to repair a fire or water damaged property in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolis suburb of Decatur, TX in Wise County.

Call us now to restore your home or business: 817-203-2944