Water and Fire Damage Restoration in Farmersville, TX
Learn about Farmersville:Farmersville, at the intersection of U.S. Highway 380 and State Highway 78 in east Collin County, was founded about 1849 by settlers who named the community after their principal occupation.
The post office was established in 1857, with Thomas E. Sherwood as its first postmaster. William Gotcher donated the site of the present town square in 1859, and John S. Rike became the first mayor when the town was incorporated in 1873.
The Little Flock Primitive Baptist Church was organized in 1855, the First Methodist Church in 1856, and the First Baptist Church in 1865. There were private schools in Farmersville as early as the 1860s.
The public school system was established around 1890, and in 1988 the Farmersville Independent School District had over 900 students on three campuses.
Both the First National Bank at Farmersville and the Farmersville Times, a weekly newspaper, were founded in 1885 and were still in operation in 1988, when First Bank was the oldest independent bank remaining in Collin County and one of the oldest in the state.
Farmersville began as a trading center for the farmers who were rapidly settling the area. In the early days the settlement was a major railroad shipping point for cattle and bois d'arc posts. In later years cotton, corn, and maize became major crops, along with onions and cantaloupes.
In the late 1980s most agricultural production was in wheat, maize, and beef cattle. Many residents commuted to jobs in neighboring cities.
In the fall of 1980 began the annual celebration of an Old Time Saturday, a day that commemorates the pretelevision days when "the country went to town" every Saturday all over Texas. Audie Murphy was born near Kingston, not far from Farmersville. He lived and worked in Farmersville for a time before his entry into the United States Army and used his sister's address in Farmersville as his own while he was overseas. Farmersville is a charter member city of the North Texas Municipal Water District and owner of its own electrical system. In 1988 the community of 2,900, although growing steadily as a part of rapidly expanding Collin County, still retained much of its rural flavor. In 1990 the population was 2,640 and in 2000 it was 3,118.
Dalworth Restoration offers restoration services including: water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold remediation, contents cleaning and other related services in Farmersville, TX. We are a full service restoration and construction company licensed to work in Farmersville, 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 Farmersville. 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 Farmersville, TX so, if you have a disaster in your home or business, call us NOW at 817-203-2944!!!