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

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 Richardson, TX. You can rely on the expert services of our certified service technicians with your residential garage door service needs. We serve Richardson 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 Richardson, TX

Garage Door Repair DFW doesn’t just offer the best repair services in Richardson, 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 Richardson. Some of our options include insulated doors, wood overlay doors, windows, carriage style doors, and more.

History of Richardson Texas and Things to Do:

Richardson, a residential and electronic manufacturing suburb of Dallas, is on U.S. Highway 75 and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, the Southern Pacific, and the St. Louis and Southwestern railroads, ten miles north of downtown Dallas in northern Dallas and southern Collin counties. The twenty-eight-square-mile area of Richardson has an uneven boundary surrounded by other communities, including Dallas to the northwest and south, Garland to the east and south, Plano to the north, and Murphy and Sachse to the east. The 159-acre city of Buckingham is entirely within the city limits of Richardson. Spring and Duck creeks and Cottonwood Branch run through the community. The area of Richardson was settled by the Peters colony in the 1840s and 1850s. The area of waving grass and numerous springs was popular with early settlers, who formed the community of Breckinridge in the 1840s and 1850s. Breckinridge flourished until 1873, when the Houston and Texas Central Railroad bypassed it. Richardson was founded on the Houston and Texas Central Railway tracks. 

After it was built, the residents of Breckinridge moved to Richardson. William J. Wheeler, a local ginner, and Bernard Reilly donated 101 acres of land for the townsite and right-of-way for the railroad on June 23, 1873. Wheeler refused to have the community named after him, so it was called Richardson when it received a post office in 1874. There are several suggestions for the origin of the name. One is A. S. Richardson, a secretary on the H&TC. Most likely the town was named for E. H. Richardson, a contractor who built the Houston and Texas from Dallas to Denton. By 1881 Richardson was a thriving community with several stores, including general stores, groceries, and drugstores, four doctors, several cotton gins, and churches. In 1886 a train accident in the community killed one man, and when the sugar car overturned, spilling sugar on the tracks, residents took it home in buckets.

In the early years of the twentieth century Richardson grew rapidly. It had a population of 147 in 1904, but by 1925 it had more than doubled to 400. By 1901 the community had its first newspaper, the Richardson Register. Transportation improved in Richardson with the arrival of the Interurban, an electric railroad, on its way from Sherman to Dallas. In 1909 the community's streets were gravelled, and Dallas County built a gravel road in that decade from Dallas to the Collin county line. Around the same time telephones were available in the community, and electric lights were in use. By 1914 there were four churches, a bank, a weekly paper, the Richardson Echo, and a number of stores. Schools continued to improve in Richardson, and in 1914 a new eight-room brick school was built to replace the four-room frame school. In 1915 Richardson had its own community brass band, and the practices and concerts were an important social event. The band disbanded in 1917, when many of its members left to fight in World War I. After the upheaval of the war, the community continued to prosper in the 1920s. In 1922 the first official Richardson fair was held to promote interest in agriculture and livestock. It began as a purely agricultural fair, but eventually special events were scheduled at fair time and local businesses had exhibits. 

The fair continued to grow and prosper and still took place in the 1970s. In 1924 a tornado in the community killed one man, injured thirteen, and destroyed nine houses, a school, and several barns and shacks. That same year more traffic was generated, the population grew, and property values began to rise, when the Red Brick Road, later called Greenville Avenue, was completed. In 1925 Richardson incorporated and elected T. F. McKamy as the first mayor under a commission form of city government. The community continued its improvements with a public waterworks and the formation of a volunteer fire department in 1926. The next year the Richardson and Addison High schools were consolidated, and all the students attended school in Richardson. The population of Richardson continued to slowly rise from 400 in 1925, before the Great Depression, to 720 shortly before World War II, when the community had thirty-five businesses. After World War II the area began to expand. Nearby communities, such as Northern Hills, were annexed. In spite of improvements Richardson remained a sleepy farming community until the 1950s.

In 1952 Richardson had a population of 1,288 and forty-five businesses, and by 1961 the population was 16,810. Technological industries, such as Collins Radio in 1951, began moving into Richardson, and later in the decade Texas Instruments opened near Richardson's border. The community began to be known as the "electronic suburb." Other improvements in the 1950s included the formation of a police department, Terrace Park, and a community center. The arrival of Central Expressway (U.S. Highway 75) in 1954 allowed Richardson to become a suburb of Dallas, with shopping centers replacing the cotton fields. In 1956 a home rule charter and a council-manager form of government was adopted. Mail was delivered door-to-door. During the 1960s land along the northern border was annexed, and industrial parks were developed. 

A number of businesses opened, including twenty-two manufacturing firms, making such things as machine parts, space tracking systems, and television cameras. The population of Richardson was 43,900 in 1970. Richardson was a popular suburb for upper income college-educated professionals. Education was a focus for the community, and the Southwest Center for Advanced Studies opened there in 1964. It became the University of Texas at Dallas in 1969. By 1966 there were seventeen elementary, five junior high, and three senior high schools. Community services included four banks, a hospital, thirty-one churches of fourteen denominations, and nine parks. Richardson experienced another boom in the early 1980s, which slowed before business again expanded in 1989 with the influx of telecommunication firms. Because of this its nickname, the "electronic city," was replaced by "Telecom Corridor." The racial makeup in 1980 was 95 percent white, with the rest primarily Hispanic. 

The city was protected by 139 police officers and 134 firemen. It had twelve banks and sixteen religious denominations. The Richardson Independent School District operated thirty-seven elementary, nine middle or junior high, and four high schools, with a total student population of 32,695. There were two schools of higher learning, the University of Texas at Dallas and Richland Community College. In addition to all the entertainment in the Dallas area Richardson had its own symphony orchestra, and the Christmas Parade was an annual event. Dining was popular in Richardson's 400 restaurants. Several museums were located in the community, including Owens Spring Creek Farm, a showcase farm with vintage sausage-making equipment, and the University of Texas at Dallas Aviation Collection. By 1990 Richardson had 102 manufacturing firms, with an emphasis on electronics and telecommunications. Seven publications were prepared in Richardson, including five related to the petroleum industry, one English and Polish language literary journal, and the Richardson News, a daily community newspaper founded in 1958, with a 1990 circulation of 8,000. The population in 1990 was 74,840. In 2000 the population was 91,802.

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Things to Do in Richardson Tx:

The North Texas Automotive Museum- Located in Richardson, the North Texas Automotive Museum is one place that car enthusiasts will love. The city is known for its automobile industry so it is no surprise that locals here enjoy all things automotive related. The showroom here features a range of unique automobiles and classic cars, and you can get up close with the collections as the museum has a personal feel and interactive approach. Friendly staff who are themselves enthusiasts will answer any questions you have, and you can also enjoy a selection of automotive memorabilia alongside the actual classic cars. This is certainly a specialty museum, but one that is well worth visiting for the beautiful exhibits on display.
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Dr. Pepper Star Center- The Dr Pepper Star Center used to be known as the Ice Training Center, and you may still hear locals refer to this place as the ITC. Whatever its name, the ice rink provides a lot of fun to visitors and locals alike, and is the ideal place to come for families or those who fancy an afternoon on the ice. There are two rinks here as well as a pro shop, and it can be a great experience to enjoy some Arctic cool in the middle of the Texas summer. You can also catch ice hockey tournaments here featuring the local team, the Dallas Stars.
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Heights Family Aquatic Center- As the name suggests, Heights Family Aquatic Center is the perfect place for a family day out. The center here has a variety of swimming pools to choose from so there will be something to suit everyone. These include a leisure pool if you want some rest and relaxation, as well as slides and pool toys if you are looking for something a bit more adventuresome. For younger visitors there are kids’ pools and even a tot pool for toddlers to enjoy.
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China Town- You may not be expecting to find a Chinatown in the middle of Texas, but you will certainly find one in Richardson. As with Funasia, the city has a large Asian population, and the Chinatown here first came to fruition as a result of the large Chinese community. The Chinatown here features a shopping area that is decorated as a local temple and which features authentic Chinese restaurants, shops, and even an Asian supermarket if you want to stock up on regional product
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Four Bullets Brewery-  Said to be the first microbrewery in Richardson, Four Bullets Brewery is named after a hand of four aces in poker. The brewery makes all its beers on site and patrons can taste as range of these ales as part of a tour of the facility. You can visit the taproom here and get a guided tour by a friendly volunteer who will explain all about the brewing process and the different blends available. There is also food available to pair with your beer in the form of rotating food trucks that park outside the brewery and there are picnic tables so that you can fully enjoy the party atmosphere.
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