BNF Roofing


BNF Roofing Buffalo Grove


A small business based in Illinois
Our company is founded on four core principles:

Responsive Service • Excellent Workmanship • Competitive Pricing • Customer Service


‍”Weather” the need is for a new roof, re-shingle, repairs, or maintenance, you will be satisfied with our workmanship! We are punctual, our clients are first, and the project gets done expeditiously.


Licensed Roofing Contractor BONDED & INSURED



BNF Roofing Buffalo Grove

1089 Miller Ln, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089

Phone: (847) 512-3569

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pmh

Cities We Service In Buffalo Grove, IL

Wheeling, IL  /  Vernon Hills, IL /  Prospect Heights, IL /  Palatine, IL /  Arlington Heights, IL /  Rolling Meadows, IL /  Deerfield, IL /  Lake Zurich, IL /  Mundelein, IL /  Mount Prospect, IL /  Northbrook, IL /  Libertyville, IL /  Highland Park, IL /  Barrington, IL /  Lake Forest, IL

Buffalo Grove, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60069, 60089

Things To Do In Buffalo Grove, IL

Long Grove Confectionery Co.: Established in 1975, the Long Grove Confectionery Co. is famed for its handcrafted chocolates. The most beloved of these is the Pecan Myrtle, salted and roasted pecans topped with handmade caramel and milk chocolate, part of a huge range, from chocolate-covered pretzels to classic caramels. The business was initially based at a quaint shop and candy kitchen in Long Grove, but, to meet demand, it soon had to move production to a sizable facility in Buffalo Grove. You can visit this factory to see an amazing variety of delectable sweet treats being made. The tour starts with an informative video about the brand’s history and of course there’s a free sample for every guest. In Long Grove the company maintains a store at the original production site.

Mike Rylko Community ParkNumerous amenities are clustered around this public space on the banks of Buffalo Creek, by the intersection of Deerfield Parkway and McHenry Road. A summer favorite for younger families is the Spray ‘n Play, one of the largest splash pads anywhere, with more than 20 sprays, water toys and fountains, complemented by a picnic area. On the south side is the Golf Dome, one of the top public indoor golf facilities in the country, with a 75-yard driving range and putting green in a temperature controlled environment. Elsewhere you’ll find the park district’s ultramodern fitness center, along with a sprawling skatepark and a little nature reserve by the creek.

Buffalo Grove Farmers’ Market: Sunday mornings, June through October, there’s a well-attended farmers’ market in the parking lot at Mike Rylko Park. The sheer choice at the Buffalo Grove Farmers’ Market is impressive, with 30+ vendors on a given week. You can shop for an ever-changing array of fruit and vegetables, flowers, farm-raised meats, flowers, cheese, eggs, a wealth of enticing baked goods, jams, honey, fish, nuts, pet supplies, salsas, and a great deal more. It’s impossible not to work up an appetite here, and you’ll often find vendors for anything from filled pancakes to acai bowls, tamales and tacos.

Buffalo Creek Forest PreserveLocated just west of Buffalo Grove, a vast 408-acre expanse of restored nature is managed by Lake County Forest Preserves. This land has been a farm continuously since the 19th century and until the late 1970s. Since then, a landscape with scurrying creeks, wetlands, and a reservoir where fishing is allowed has allowed the native tallgrass prairie to return. The preserve is traversed by 5.5 miles of hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing trails. Watch out for the amazing variety of grassland birds, which includes bobolinks and eastern meadowlarks.

Par-King Skill Golf: This well-known miniature golf course, with roots dating back to 1955, is located just east of Lincolnshire. After garnering attention for its incredibly intricate hole design, Par-King relocated to this location in 1977. There are currently two 18-hole courses available, each of which must be navigated around 19 moving hazards and seven water hazards. On the last hole, there is a model of the Sears Tower, Mount Rushmore, a loop the loop, the Statue of Liberty, and even a roulette wheel.