HomePro Contracting serving Highland Park and University Park, Texas
At HomePro services we are proud to serve the people of the Park Cities. We provide a wide selection of skills, trades, specialties, personal assistance, etc. in our in-house staff as well as our home repair and handyman experts. We offer everything from turnkey plumbing and electrical services to installation of tile and natural stone walls and flooring. HomePro Services is your complete Home Improvement and Home Repair source. Our professionals can provide painting, plumbing, repair, remodeling and electrical services and basically whatever it takes to get the job done! Please see our full list of renovation, repair, and handyman services.
Call us 24 x 7 to get a free estimate or appointment to consult on home remodeling ideas! Our number is 214-886-3326.
HOME REPAIRS OR HANDYMAN SERVICES
DRYWALL REPAIR PERFECTION TEXTURE
POPCORN ACOUSTICAL MATCHING
POPCORN REMOVAL WALLPAPER REMOVAL and COVERUPS
STRESS CRACKS and ACCIDENTS
SHOWER REMODELING AND REPAIR
REPAIRS TO WATER and PEST DAMAGE
MOLD DAMAGE and REMEDIATION
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
TILE AND NATURAL STONE WALLS AND FLOORING
KITCHEN and BATHROOM REMODELS
WALL REMOVAL and INSTALLATION
Park Cities, Texas: a unique Dallas enclave
In 1837, the remnants of a Texas Ranger scouting expedition camped in a lovely spot along “the creek with all the turtles.” In 1906, John S. Armstrong, the former partner of Thomas Marsalis, who developed Oak Cliff, sold his meatpacking business and invested his money in a spot of “high land” that overlooked downtown Dallas. In 1907, Wilbur David Cook, the landscape designer who planned Beverly Hills, California, was then hired to design Highland Park’s layout. Notably, twenty percent of the original land was set aside for parks. The first two lots were sold in 1909, in an area bounded by Armstrong, Abbott and Gillon Avenues and Hackberry Creek.
University Park began as a cluster of homes surrounding the fledgling Southern Methodist University, which was founded in then rural Dallas County in 1915. The University supplied these homes with utility service until 1924, when the growing population could no longer be supported by the school’s facilities. After failed annexation attempts with Highland Park and Dallas, University Park incorporated in 1924.
The area now shared by the City of University Park and the Town of Highland Park are surrounded by the City of Dallas on all sides. They are home to a very long list of well-known citizens and families that have lived in the area for many generations. The park cities are also home to Highland Park Village, build in 1931, it was the first self-contained shopping center in America. These communities located north of uptown contain some of the most sought-after real estate in Texas.
Park Cites Zip Codes
75205 75209 75219
75205 75206 75225