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Residential Garage Door Repair and Service in Flower Mound, Texas

 

As a local garage door repair company that is committed to customer satisfaction, nobody beats Garage Door Repair DFW’s garage door repair in Flower Mound


At Garage Door Repair DFW, we understand you have many needs when it comes to garage door service. For this reason, our garage door service goes way beyond simple repairs. We not only install and repair your garage door, we can replace broken cables, garage door springs, rollers, bearings, remotes, keypads, opener repair and more! When you have a garage door problem or have trouble with your broken garage door not being able to open and close, count on us for fast, professional garage door repair in Flower Mound, TX. You can rely on the expert services of our certified service technicians with your residential garage door service needs. We serve Flower Mound with garage doors repairs and installations. We provide the garage door services you need at prices you can afford. Our repair technicians only use top quality parts and materials for repairs and installations.



Garage Door Services & Installation in Flower Mound, TX

Garage Door Repair DFW doesn’t just offer the best repair services in Flower Mound, TX, we also install the best brand quality garage door and garage door opener too. We work with only the top manufacturers in the industry to offer you a full line of the highest quality garage doors. Whether you’re in the market for an all-steel door or a wooden door, carriage house or overhead door, whether you prefer a classic styling or a contemporary design, we’ll have the door for you. A new garage door is one of the top ways to increase the value of your home.


We offer a variety of garage doors for installation in Flower Mound. Some of our options include insulated doors, wood overlay doors, windows, carriage style doors, and more.




History of Flower Mound Texas and Things to Do

Flower Mound, south of Denton and northwest of Dallas in south central Denton County, is a residential suburban community of 20,000 acres on the shore of Grapevine Lake. It was established soon after Sam Houston settled a tribal dispute in 1844 and Indian raids in the area ceased. Permanent settlers moved in, attracted by the quality of the soil, which was suitable for raising cotton, corn, and wheat. The Peters colony named the town for a fifty-foot-high mound covered with Indian paintbrush; the mound was once used by Indians as a holy place. Unlike many pioneer settlements in Denton County that were bypassed by the railroads in the late nineteenth century or unable to survive the Great Depression, Flower Mound maintained a steady population throughout the first four decades of the twentieth century and became a substantial farming and cattle-raising community.


In the mid-1950s the town began to grow. The increase in the number of residents was a result of the construction by the United States Corps of Engineers of Grapevine Lake, which was completed on July 2, 1953. The lake stimulated the economy of the community and attracted workers who preferred to live outside the central Dallas area. Flower Mound was incorporated on February 27, 1961. The town had an estimated population of 275 in 1966 and 664 in 1968.


Flower Mound was chosen one of thirteen communities to be affected by the 1968 New Communities Act (Housing and Urban Development Title IV) as the site of a new planned community that would offer model social and environmental conditions to residents. The act, amended in 1970, provided $18 million of a total $294 million in federal loan guarantees for new towns, for developers Raymond D. Nasher, former UN General Assembly delegate, and Edward S. Marcus, chairman of Neiman-Marcus, to set up four village centers or neighborhoods, each with schools, parks, and shopping and recreational facilities, on 6,156 acres on the north shore of Grapevine Lake. 


Flower Mound New Town, designed as a satellite town to limit the growing urban sprawl of Dallas and Fort Worth, was expected to house some 60,000 to 70,000 persons comprising a mixture of racial and income groups, and to provide such services as cable television, rapid transit to the new Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, and environmental protection for the area. Residents of the original town of Flower Mound, however, fought tax increases proposed to accommodate the new development. The dispute resulted in replacement of the city's five aldermen with two city commissioners.


The population of Flower Mound was 1,685 in 1970. Construction began on the new town in 1972, but federal red tape, the 1973–75 economic recession, slow land sales, changing federal policy, and the relative isolation of the site brought failure of the project, despite an additional HUD grant of $170,000. In the spring of 1974 Nasher sold out to Marcus, who in turn sold his half interest to Tinnie Mercantile Company, owned by Robert Anderson, chairman of Atlantic-Richfield. 


By September 1976, with other new towns failing and Flower Mound experiencing financial difficulty, HUD foreclosed on its model Texas experiment in public-private cooperation. The development, which by then numbered 300 persons and 100 homes, subsequently attracted builders and was renamed Timber Creek Community. In 1980 the town's population was 4,402. In 1990 Flower Mound reported a population of 15,527, and by 2000 the population had risen to 50,702.

Learn more at: https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hgf04



Things to do:

Moviehouse & Eatery- For those looking to catch dinner and a movie, Moviehouse & Eatery Flower Mound features eleven dine-in theaters, complete with plush recliners and a dedicated waitstaff. A full-service bar in the lobby gives everyone a place to gather before enjoying dinner and a show, and serves up nightcaps to end the evening. At Moviehouse & Eatery, moviegoers 13 and older may visit the Moviehouse unattended. For admittance into features, we adhere to the age guidelines outlined by the movie’s MPAA rating system. Children under 6 years of age are not permitted into PG-13 or R-rated features after 6pm. Babies/infants are welcome during “Mommy Monday” features only. All moviegoers, regardless of age, are expected to remain quiet and non-disruptive during features.



Sam’s Dock at Twin Coves Marina- They offer the largest, newest and most diversified fleet of Boat, Personal Watercraft & Party barges in North Texas! Get all of your summer boating essentials at our ship store, including gas, water, ice, beer, snacks, fishing & marine supplies and more!

Learn more at: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g55844-d13356140-Reviews-Sam_s_Dock_Twin_Coves_Marina-Flower_Mound_Texas.html



Bottle & Bottega- The first studio of its kind to open in Chicago where they are headquartered, Bottle & Bottega offers a fun, unique way to celebrate life’s big moments and create new memories. The owners believe that inspiration comes from beautiful settings, which is why their wine painting studios are elegantly designed, trendy, and gorgeous. Most of all, they strive to create an environment that’s warm and welcoming for everyone. They want you to feel like you’re having a party in your fab friend’s living room—no cleanup required.



Why Choose Garage Door Repair DFW:

  • Low competitive pricing
  • All name-brand products
  • Best warranties in the business
  • All prices and options quoted up-front (No Hidden Fees)
  • Free priority service from 7am-8pm Monday thru Sunday
  • Fast same-day service and 24-hour emergency service available


Contact Us Today

To get started with your garage door repair, installation, or replacement, contact Garage Door Repair DFW at 817-779-4455 in Flower Mound today and let’s talk about the options available to you from the professional reliable garage door repair company you can count on.


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