Interstate Restoration LLC, a Fort Worth-based emergency restoration and reconstruction firm helping businesses recover after a disaster, has acquired RESTORx, an emergency restoration service company headquartered in Dallas.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

RESTORx employees will remain in Dallas and join the Fort Worth Interstate team.

“This acquisition will allow us to provide a faster, more efficient response to businesses impacted by events in Texas,” said Interstate CEO Stacy Mazur. “When we make these kinds of investments in top-quality companies like our own, we continue to solidify our position as the gold standard in the disaster restoration and recovery industry.”

Interstate Restoration was founded in 1998 and specializes in repairing commercial property nationwide after fire, flood, and other natural and manmade disasters.

Founded in 1982, RESTORx operates only in Texas, repairing fire and flood damage in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The company has received several awards and certifications for its involvement in industry-related civic events.

“RESTORx has always endeavored to provide the best customer service in the restoration industry,” said Harley Jeanise, president of RESTORx. “Interstate shares our passion for supporting our community and helping to reassemble peoples’ lives after a disaster. Interstate’s financial strength ensures that businesses and the people of Texas will continue to receive outstanding service when they need help with recovery and restoration.”

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