Gene Judd

Owner and CEO
Executive Leadership Team

About Gene Judd

Gene Judd is the owner and President of Bone Dry Roofing. He got started in the roofing business as a kid working with his parents and has remained in the industry ever since. Gene opened Bone Dry Roofing in 1989, with just a truck and a garage office, not long after graduating from Indiana University. Today, Bone Dry has grown to include nine branches across the Midwest.

Gene is hands-on in all aspects of his company. He runs sales appointments and production jobs, answers phones, and completes job inspections – he has no problem jumping in wherever he’s needed. He loves the roofing industry and, in particular, serving his customers and solving customers’ problems. Interacting with customers and watching his team members grow both personally and professionally are some of his favorite parts of being a business owner.

Outside of work, Gene likes to spend time with his family. He also enjoys traveling, fishing, and collecting memorabilia from Coca Cola, Pepsi, and the brewing industry.

David J. Williams

David J. Williams

October 8th, 2021

Very professional hope finally it happens waiting on the call

Troy Gardner

Troy Gardner

October 7th, 2021

I was very impressed with everyone at BDR that was involved in my roof installation. Charles did a great job with the initial consultation and was very responsive to questions I had along the way. (This was absolutely not the case with other roofer..

Wade Hayes

Wade Hayes

August 27th, 2021

Repaired my roof very nice and polite people big storm yesterday and we are bone dry

Cheryl Minnis

Cheryl Minnis

July 13th, 2021

Bone Dry Roofing is honestly one of the best companies around. We contacted Bone Dry Roofing because of recent storm damage. Sales manager Charles Jackson was not only personable, but extremely professional and Thorough! He explained the process step..

Daniel Zheng

Daniel Zheng

May 7th, 2021

They repaired my facia and soffit area and also corner boards. My roof very tall and they worked almost whole day on it. Looked like they did a good job. Raining season so they had to change schedule couple of times...