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Fire and Water Damage Restoration Services in Slidell, TX

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Slidell is on Hickory Creek twenty miles from Decatur in northeastern Wise County. The surrounding terrain, a treeless plain, is part of the Grand Prairieqv region of North Texas and is drained by the Elm Fork of the Trinity River. Although the land was surveyed and sold in 1854, Slidell was not established until thirty years later. Early settlers witnessed the depredations of horse thieves, warring bands of Comanche Indians, and outlaws such as Sam Bass, who frequently hid out two miles northwest of Slidell at Cove Hollow. Between 1867 and 1887 thousands of cattle moved slowly through the region following the Chisholm Trail northward to markets in Kansas. During the same period various small communities used the site of present Slidell, then called Hackberry Grove, as a meeting place for picnics and revivals. In 1884 a post office and several businesses operating within the area were moved to lots on Hickory Creek donated by local landowners. Since most of the original settlers were southerners they named their new community in honor of John Slidell, a Confederate diplomat. The town served as a supply and service center for neighboring farmers and ranchers; its population never exceeded 275 inhabitants. By the early twentieth century Slidell had a cotton gin, a local telephone exchange, and a weekly newspaper, the Courier. The Slidell school district expanded over the years to include rural communities in three counties. After 1911, when a fire destroyed two businesses, and the coming of the automobile, the town declined as a trading center. By 1944 even the barber had left. In 1985 the post office and 175 inhabitants remained. The population was reported as 175 in 1990 and 2000.

We give you back the uniformity in your life when you may need it the most. During hurricane season, it is common to find water damage from flooding in Texas. With our experience in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area since 1976, we can be the company you alert at any time. We are on call 24/7 and accessible to handle your restoration needs at any given time.

Dalworth Restoration can be identified as a superior provider of fire and water damage restoration in Slidell, TX because we send experts to every site to thoroughly understand, and then solve the core problem. Fire and water damage comes in gradations, so we apply our keen eye, our time-tested methods, and adherence to insurance standard fire and water safety codes to perfectly restore your property. Our first priority is to provide a peace of mind concerning the condition of your home after an unfortunate event of fire or water damage in Slidell. We offer expert help from a professional crew who will review and brief you on what needs to be completed during the restoration project. They will then carry out a thorough cleaning and repair of the property according to your specific needs and desires. We are on your team when it comes to helping you return order to your life, because we help you get your home back after damage has occurred. To the homes and businesses in Slidell, TX of Wise County, remember to call Dalworth Restoration during fire or water damage emergencies, because we have the compassion, the expertise, and the experience to provide superior assistance during fire and water damage restoration projects.

Dalworth Restoration offers the following services to those in the Slidell, TX area: