This Old House: Roof Report

In mid-April, Ballantyne Roofing and Gerlach Construction completed the rebuild of the front quadrant of the Turner House roof.

The roof structure has been reinforced and stabilized, the dormer and the eaves were rebuilt, and tiles were replaced where needed. See the slideshow for all whole story. Once again, we’d like to thank our “roof angels” who made this possible: Winnetka Heights Neighborhood Association, the Old Oak Cliff Conservation League, Shambhala Body Gallery, and the Bishop Arts Merchant’s Association. We literally could not have undertaken this critical improvement without your generosity and community spirit. Now, we begin to rebuild our Capital Campaign Fund for the Phase II work, which will be the southern quadrant of the roof. You can be an important part of restoring this valuable Oak Cliff asset by making a donation on this website, or contact us

2010 OCSFA Salon Series – The Architecture of Charles Dilbeck

Thursday, April 22
The Architecture of Charles Dilbeck

Willis Winters, FAIA lectured on The Architecture of Charles Dilbeck. Mr. Winters, Assistant Director of the Dallas Parks and Recreation Department, is a respected architectural historian and has published extensively on Dallas architecture. He is currently working on a book featuring Charles Dilbeck. Dilbeck, often described as a romantic or eccentric architect, designed numerous outstanding homes in Oak Cliff and Dallas, as well as the Belmont Hotel.

Sponsors for this evening:

Scott Chase and Debra Witter
Methodist Health System
Friends of Turner House
Diane Sherman, David Griffin & Co. Realtors
David Spence, Good Space
Paul & Cynthia Maute
Alford Media