6 Things Your Local Fire Department Wants You to Know

Our local fire departments work around the clock to keep our communities safe. From responding to medical emergencies to being the first to arrive at the scene of a fire, our firefighters are invaluable members of our society. Mr Restore has had the pleasure of working closely with many of these departments in the events of fire and […]

Solar Panels and Potential Fire Risks

Solar panels are a good way to save money and help save energy. The use of renewable energy in residential homes have increased dramatically over the past 5 years, and the number continues to grow. There are a number of incentives offered to families who invest in solar panels in Texas, including a Federal Tax […]

Training Tower in DeSoto

We have been working on a project for quite some time and it’s finally ready! We have worked with DeSoto Fire Department to build a tower for firefighters to train to prepare them for the physical aspect of their job. This tower is also used for training for events such as the Scott Firefighter Combat […]

Patterson Project Reunion

We were recently invited to have dinner at Dallas Fire Station 44 as a thank you for our work on restoring a home. It’s not just any home, it’s the one that belongs to Jeff Patterson a firefighter that was severely injured on duty with burns that lead to an very long ICU stay and […]

McKinney Firefighter Combat Challenge Team

We have had the opportunity to support the McKinney Firefighter Combat Challenge team for quite a while. They have proven to be a successful team on and off the course and continue to support their community. While being a part of the fire department and training for Combat Challenge events they have been able to support organizations […]

Dallas Fire Station 32

This week we had the opportunity to visit the guys at Dallas Fire Rescue Station 32. We had previously been last year so it was great to see them again! We won this station dinner as an auction item at the Firefighter’s Ball of 2015. Lt. Shane made his famous BBQ and we had way […]

Dallas Fire Station 11

This week we had an amazing opportunity to visit Dallas Fire Station #11. Captain prepared a delicious meal that had everyone asking for more–we were so spoiled! After our dinner, we were given a tour of the building which is the oldest working fire station in Dallas. Built in 1909, the structure has very rare features and has been designated […]

Tornado Relief

On December 26th, many areas east of Dallas were affected by  9 confirmed tornadoes. The National Weather Service said the tornado, which produced EF4 damage in Garland and EF3 damage in Rowlett, was on the ground for approximately 13 miles in Dallas and Rockwall Counties. We were out with the ReNetwork team providing some support to our first […]

Garland Firefighters Association helps local families

Each year the Garland Firefighters Association invites local families to participate in a Christmas Shopping Spree. We were excited to have an opportunity to be a part of the 29th annual event and help 100 kids get a Christmas they deserve. We arrived to find hot chocolate, coffee and donuts with big smiles from the […]

Firefighter Jam

Well it doesn’t really feel like December in Texas, but it is! We have been looking forward to the Firefighter Jam for a while and it’s finally here. The Lt. Todd Wesley Krodle Memorial Foundation is the beneficiary of the 26th annual event full of live music, food, auctions and fun! Firefighters from Dallas Fire Rescue […]