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Tom Hedke Hail Repair  - Fort Worth, Texas

Web site of the City of Fort Worth, Texas


 

 Indians. Cattle. Railroads. Oil.
The Western History of
Fort Worth reads like the history of the American West.

In its youth, Fort Worth was a rough-and-tumble frontier town, dusty and lawless, home to the brave and the brawling, the soldier, the frontiersman, the outlaw. Today, Fort Worth, one of the largest cities in Texas and the 16th-largest city in the United States, is a destination shaped by its revitalized downtown, a world-renowned cultural arts district, beautifully preserved Western-heritage sites and major-league attractions. Many historic sites can still be toured to catch a glimpse into our history.

Originally settled in 1849 as an army outpost at the Trinity River, Fort Worth was one of eight forts assigned to protect settlers from Indian attacks on the advancing frontier. Progress helped the growing settlement survive long after other such towns had blown away with the dust of departing pioneers.

The cattle industry was king for a generation of people working the Fort Worth leg of the historic Chisholm Trail, which ran from the 1860s to the 1870s. Cowboys worked and played in Hell's Half Acre, located where downtown Fort Worth stands today, before driving the cattle on the Chisholm Trail to its ending point in Kansas.

Fort Worth became the heart of the Trail and the heart of the state's ranching industry when the Texas & Pacific Railway arrived in 1876. In the years that followed, oil and aviation brought new wealth throughout the region, and a city grew where a camp once stood.

The post-war years found Fort Worth capitalizing on its strengths as a transportation, business and military center.  Cultural pursuits included the development of the city's internationally known museum district, built alongside the Will Rogers Memorial Center, which opened in 1936, and Casa Mañana Theatre.

The mid-1980s saw the start of a major revitalization of that city's downtown, beginning with the construction of Bass Hall - permanent home to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Texas Ballet Theater and Fort Worth Opera. In the years that followed, developers broke ground on office towers and hotels, the city remodeled the Convention Center, and downtown's Sundance Square grew to a 35-block commercial, residential, entertainment and retail district where people work, live, shop and dine.

Still, many of Fort Worth's earliest buildings endure to this day - art deco skyscrapers stand beside older redbrick stalwarts in downtown's Sundance Square, flanking wide brick sidewalks lined with elm and live oak. And though the dust of the old west is gone, Fort Worth's proud Western heritage lives on, blending with thriving commerce and culture to create a destination unlike anywhere else in the world.

www.fortworth.com


 

2014 Hail Storms we are working

Abilene, Texas Hail Storm - June 12th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Abilene, Texas

Abilene, Texas (population: 117063) has had 87 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Abilene was 4.50 inches around 0 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Abilene is 79602, with 12 reports.


Fort Worth, Texas Hail Storm - May 12th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas (population: 741206) has had 91 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Fort Worth was 2.75 inches around 3 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Fort Worth is 76166, with 14 reports.


Alpine, Texas Hail Storm - June 7th, 2014

All Hail Reports near Alpine, Texas

Alpine, Texas (population: 5905) has had 26 hail reports from the public, trained spotters and the media within 15 miles captured in our database. The largest report of hail in Alpine was 4.25 inches around 4 years ago. The zipcode with the highest number of damaging hail reports near Alpine is 79832, with 20 reports.

Our Alpine hail repair shop is located at Aguilars.


Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair guarantees all work Tom works with all insurance companies. We can waive your deductible and fix your hail damage. Call or come in today for your free estimate. If you have a small dent or lots of dents, call today. We can repair your dents and your car or truck will look like new. There may be no need for expensive auto body work or a body shop. A body shop is great for major hail damage, but for dings and dents PDR (paintless dent repair) is a better hail repair option. It will save you money and is less expensive on your insurance. Insurance companies prefer PDR because it is better than paying a body shop much more money for the body work. Hail damage repair is what we do.


Tom Hedke owner, PDR specialist, hail damage, hail repairTom Hedke Auto Hail Repair  is the  “Number one auto care service" in the area! We remove minor dings and dents, door dings, shopping cart dents, acorn and hail damage dents, creases and small dents from all vehicles. This amazing service is performed without using paint or bodywork! Save Hundreds! Insurance claims are welcome. We work with insurance companies everyday. You can have your insurance company contact us anytime.

It’s a fact that minor dings and dents are unavoidable. With Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair  you don't have to live with ugly dings and dents! For those who seek only the best, Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair is the ideal service for this common problem. Have a door ding or a minor dent? Don't spend a fortune or waste valuable time at a body shop. Have it removed with Tom Hedke Auto Hail Repair and maintain the original factory finish.

 

 


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