Charleston, SC

Trusted Commercial & Historical Roofing Experts in Charleston, SC

The Charleston location of Bone Dry Roofing Company was built around an incredible team of professionals that were selected to instill expertise in every department to provide a total roofing experience that was unlike any other.


The unique makeup of commercial and industrial low-slope roof systems, along with the historic renovation component of the Charleston market, has proven to be an excellent fit for the skill set, job management, and craftsmanship that our team is able to provide.


From smaller repair and maintenance requests, to large-scale, multi-scope new and reroof projects, Bone Dry Roofing Company provides an unparalleled customer service component that is structured to follow a proven process for every project we engage in.

Contact Our Charleston Office

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Our services in Charleston, SC:

Residential Asphalt Shingle Roofing
Residential Metal Roofing
Residential Roofing Repair
New Commercial Roof Construction
Commercial Roof Repairs
Commercial Roof Replacing
Commercial Roof Coating
Commercial Roof Maintenance
Specialty Roofing for Commercial and Residential

Contact Our Charleston, SC Office

7271 Spa Rd
North Charleston, SC 29418

(843) 282-7865

The Charleston Team

Chad Collins posing in front of Bone Dry Roofing Company office.

Chad Collins

Travis Webb Bone Dry Roofing staff photo

Travis Webb

Lisa Pye Staff Photo

Lisa Pye

Mark Davis standing at desk Staff Photo

Mark Davis

Bob DeGraff posing for staff photo

Bob DeGraff

Brett Dunn Staff Photo

Brett Dunn


Craig Maynard


Vern McQueen


Kurt Dismukes

Brooke Nemecek

Featured Charleston Projects

Liquid Applied Deck Waterproofing

Roof System(s) Installed Liquid Applied Deck Waterproofing Applications Available with finish coat or used as waterproofing under tile, wood decking, etc. Warranty Eligible for (20) year watertight warranty

USC School of Medicine

Project Size 18,000 Sq. Ft. Completion Date 2016 Owner Department of Veteran Affairs Roof System(s) Installed Sarnafil G410 Membrane General Contractor Construction Services Group

Clemson Littlejohn Coliseum

Project Size 146,000 Sq. Ft. Completion Date 2016 Owner Clemson University Roof System(s) Installed Carlisle 60mil TPO Architect LS3P Associates LTD General Contractor Turner Construction

What Our Charleston, SC Clients Are Saying

Charleston News

Celebrate National Roofing Week With Bone Dry Roofing

Bone Dry Roofing will recognize and celebrate National Roofing Week from June 3rd to 9th. This industry event raises awareness of the significance roofs have protecting every home and business, communicate the value of professional roofing contractors, and recognize the investments roofing companies make in communities nationwide. Organized by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA), … Continued

Advantages Of Having Bone Dry Roofing in Charleston

Bone Dry Roofing got its start more than fifteen years ago. Since our humble beginnings to industry leader, we’ve remained committed to offering our customers and the communities we serve the highest quality products and award-winning service. We’re proud of the awards and testimonials we’ve received that demonstrate it! We’ve been blessed to have an … Continued

President’s Club Status With GAF

Bone Dry Roofing is proud to announce that we’ve recently been awarded President’s Club Status with GAF. GAF has been around for over 130 years and is the roofing industry’s leading source of high-quality roofing materials and premier certifications. The President’s Club Status is GAF’s highest industry accolade, and earning this prestigious award requires excellence … Continued

Choosing A Roof For Your Charleston Home

Charleston is a city rich in culture, history, and architecture. Its lowcountry vibe and Southern style make it a hugely popular and attractive place to live. This port city has everything from cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages to a Rainbow Row of colorful houses which started the national historic preservation movement in the United States. … Continued