Ronald L. Siebler is a residential general
contractor serving customers in the Dallas - Ft. Worth community. His portfolio
contains an impressive array of projects that include numerous kitchen and bath
remodels, additions, new construction, ecclesiastical renovations, historic
preservation, and museum quality restorations. And in November 2012, he was the
recipient of the 2012 ASID Dallas Design Community Designers’ Choice Award for
With uncompromising standards, Ron brings together the finest tradesmen,
artisans, and design professionals to realize the dreams and particular wishes
of the client. His personal presence at the site and side-by-side involvement
with his team provides each project with attentive management and timely
After years of hands-on experience, Ron has developed a philosophical, as well
as methodical, approach to the work of residential remodeling and renovations.
This perspective is derived from his belief that the work of remodeling and
renovation reside within the genre of performed art. Consequently, Ron only
works on one major project at a time, which permits him to be completely focused
and dedicated to meeting the customer’s specific needs.
Siebler also provides a complete range of installation and repair services for
the home. From replacing a door knob or repairing a leaking roof to changing a
switch, Ron delights in being able to assist his customers with even the
smallest of repairs.
Ron's interest in historic preservation dates to 1984, when he was involved with
the first restoration of the Denton County Courthouse on the Square (circa
Since then he has supervised preservation efforts on the First United Methodist
Church in Hutchins, Texas (Circa 1885), and he has worked to preserve and
rehabilitate The Trevillion Blacksmith Shop (circa 1910) at Heritage Park in
Sulphur Springs, Texas. Siebler recently worked
with Ann Abernathy, AIA, and other members of Booziotis & Company Architects as a Preservation Consultant and actively participated in the development
of a Master Plan for the Nance Farm located in DeSoto, Texas
Ron’s current work includes the repair and restoration of the Pilot Grove Church
(circa 1895) and the Renner School (circa 1888), which are located on the
grounds of Dallas Heritage Village. During the early stage of the project, and
as part of an educational funding component, work on the south face of the
church bell tower was done in period attire while using hand tools, historically
informed methods, and period appropriate scaffolding and ladders (Circa 1910).
At the same time, work on the west face was done using modern tools and
equipment. This juxtaposition allowed park visitors to see and compare a
century's difference of doing the same work on the same structure.
Ron frequently volunteers as a Living History
Interpreter at the
Stuhr Museum in Nebraska. He also volunteers his time at the Hopkins County
Heritage Park, where he serves as Resident Blacksmith, and at the
Heritage Farmstead Museum in Plano, Texas. Siebler has his own blacksmith shop where he hand
crafts a wide variety of metal items and architectural pieces using antique
tools, and a coal fired forge.
Siebler has built and contributed four playhouses
to the Parade of Playhouses at Northpark benefiting
Dallas CASA. His involvement with the
community also includes three terms as a member of the Board of Directors for
Promise House in Dallas, Texas.
As a volunteer with the SAW
Project (Servants At Work) of
Methodist Church - Dallas, Siebler organized and supervised the repairs and
renovations of over 50 Dallas area homes for poor and elderly residents. Ron has also
assisted with flood and tornado relief efforts in Texas and Missouri.
Siebler's firm is
certified by the EPA, and Ron is
"EPA Certified Renovator."
He is also licensed with several
municipalities, including the City of Dallas. He holds
memberships in numerous
institutions and organizations.