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Water and Fire Damage Restoration in Desoto, TX

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Learn about DeSoto:

DeSoto (De Soto) is twelve miles south of Dallas on Interstate highways 35 and 20, U.S. Highway 67, and Ten Mile Creek in southern Dallas County. It is bordered by Lancaster to the east, Glenn Heights to the south, Cedar Hill to the west, and the junction of the city limits of Duncanville and Dallas to the north. The community is located on the original land grants of W. Caldwell, Z. Heath, T. Rhodes, and C. Parks. It was founded in the 1840s by the Parks, Cheshier, Ramsey, and Johnson families. Parks is thought to be the first, and his land grant is the location around which the community developed. The Ramseys' daughter Mary, who was born in 1846, was reportedly the first white child born west of the Trinity. She eventually married another settler named F. M. Hamilton and lived in the area until she was ninety-four years old. The town was incorporated in 1949 and by 1950 had a population of 300 and eight businesses. In 1960 DeSoto had a population of 1,969 and twenty businesses. As Dallas expanded southward, DeSoto continued to grow and became a city of commuters. An estimated 90 percent of DeSoto's workforce commuted to jobs in Dallas or Grand Prairie. By 1970 DeSoto had 6,617 residents and seventy-one businesses. This growth brought about improvements to the municipal infrastructure, including road and park construction and a new water and sewerage system. Industrial, commercial, and residential construction increased also. In 1980 DeSoto had 168 businesses and a population of 15,538. By 1984 the number of businesses had increased to 360, and in 1991 the population was 30,544. This growth is supported by civic facilities that include a police station, three fire stations, thirty-seven public parks, one public library, and ten public schools. In 2000 the population was 37,646, with 1,203 reported businesses.

Dalworth Restoration offers restoration services including: water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold remediation, contents cleaning and other related services in Desoto, TX. We are a full service restoration and construction company licensed to work in Desoto, TX and surrounding areas.

Our restoration crews know exactly what to do when damage requires restoration and our experts will make certain that all the building codes and standards are adhered to as we rebuild your residence or place of business in Desoto. We also provide insurance billing for your convenience. Dalworth Restoration will make sure all the required insurance billing codes are correct when we file the paperwork for your restoration emergency.

Dalworth Restoration is a family owned and operated restoration company servicing the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1976. We offer free inspection and estimates in Desoto, TX so, if you have a disaster in your home or business, call us NOW at 817-203-2944!!!

Customer Reviews from Desoto
W T from Desoto, TX
5 Stars
Mar 20th, 2015
Informative and patient explaining the dynamics of the situation. Professional
Estimate Request from Desoto, TX
Gertie D. on November 17, 2016 1:56:59pm
Left a candle burning, has some smoke damage.
Alberta F. on September 14, 2016 11:06:24am
water heater burst, one area affected.
Anthony J. on January 18, 2016 5:08:10am
Need an estimate at 124 meadowcrest dr in desoto tx 75115 today if possible
Gerald S. on March 2, 2015 10:15:50pm
high energy bill
Bryan G. on February 11, 2015 12:56:00am
I would like to get a quote to remove all the insulation in my attic
Robin W. on June 3, 2014 1:16:37am
water heater 3 inch of water throughout home
BRENT R. on November 21, 2013 9:56:30am
ESTIMATE FOR FIRE CLEAN-UP, FIRE HAPPENED 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO CALL FROM VANDALISM