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The city of Tolar is located at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 377 and F.M. 56 about one hour southwest of Ft. Worth. This ideal location is only minutes from area recreational and educational activities. Just to our northeast is the town of Granbury with its historic square and beautiful lake, while just to our southeast is Glen Rose with nearby Fossil Rim Park. A short drive southeast brings you to Tarleton State University located in the town of Stephenville. This well respected school is a part of the A&M University System and offers a wide selection of departments and programs. In addition to our great location, we offer a quiet small town atmosphere, friendly area businesses and restaurants, as well as an excellent school system for the kids. If you are simply visiting the area or considering relocation, we invite you to visit our growing community. It was first settled around 1890, when the tracks of the Fort Worth and Rio Grande Railway reached the area. The community was named by W. L. McGaughey in honor of his friend Alf Tolar, who lived in Abilene. A post office opened at the community in 1890, and within the decade Tolar had established itself as a trade center for area farmers and ranchers. In addition to a gin, a general store, and a blacksmith shop, Tolar provided its estimated 171 residents with two churches and an elementary school. Its population had reached 460 by 1914, and by the mid-1920s Tolar had a high school, a bank, a weekly newspaper, and some six other businesses. Several buildings in Tolar are made of petrified wood found in the area; in 1969 collecting and shipping this material was a local industry. For a time the population declined because of the Great Depression, World War II, and the growth of nearby Fort Worth. In the mid-1960s Tolar had an estimated 283 residents and five businesses, and in the mid-1970s its population rose above 300 for the first time since the 1950s. During the late 1980s Tolar reported 415 residents, and in 1990, some 523. The population was 504 in 2000.

Dalworth Restoration is a full service water damage restoration and fire damage restoration company in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth Area, and serving the Tolar area. Dalworth has been in business in the DFW Metroplex since 1976 with a dedicated focus on excellent customer service, which has made Dalworth a household name. This is why insurance companies also prefer Dalworth Restoration for disaster cleanup services.

When damage has occurred to your home or business in Tolar, or anywhere else in the DFW Metroplex, Dalworth Restoration is your trusted restoration company.

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

Dalworth Restoration offers the following services to those in the Tolar area: