BNF Roofing


Roofing Guy Carol Stream


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.


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Roofing Guy Carol Stream

400 S Main Pl, Carol Stream, IL 60188

(630) 332-3739

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Carol Stream, IL

Glendale Heights, IL  /  Wheaton, IL /  Winfield, IL /  West Chicago, IL /  Bloomingdale, IL /  Glen Ellyn, IL /  Roselle, IL /  Hanover Park, IL /  Bartlett, IL /  Warrenville, IL /  Lombard, IL /  Addison, IL /  Villa Park, IL /  Streamwood, IL /  Lisle, IL

Carol Stream, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60103, 60108, 60133, 60139, 60185, 60187, 60188

Things To Do In Carol Stream, IL

Coral Cove Water Park: Like many communities in the Chicago suburbs, Carol Stream has an outdoor aquatic complex that goes way beyond what you’d expect from a public facility. Coral Cove Water Park sits next to the Park District rec center on West Lies Rd and is a no brainer for families on hot sunny days. The centerpiece is a cove-shaped pool, made up of a wading area with beach entry, and a deeper lap pool for fitness and lessons. All around this pool are engaging features like a small climbing wall, spray equipment, shallow tot pool, a playground with a giant tipping bucket, slides and a picnic area.

Armstrong Park: One of the great things about this spacious neighborhood park is that it connects with Mitchell Lakes Park and Veterans to provide a water-rich green corridor through the heart of Carol Stream. These are all on the course of Klein Creek, and in 2015 a pair of reservoirs was built in Armstrong Park to ease flooding. There’s a waterside trail to wander along, and this can be followed to Balog Island, home to a colony of purple martins. Elsewhere Armstrong Park is filled with recreation amenities, such as a whole baseball hub, sledding hill in winter, basketball court, sand volleyball court, in-line skate rink and the excellent KidsWorld playground.

Ross Ferraro Town Center: Up to the late 1990s Carol Stream lacked a central, monumental space where the village could gather for public events. This arrived in 1998 and was named for the mayor, Ross Ferraro, who had prioritized it. A cross between a park and a plaza, the Ross Ferraro Town Center is a beautifully landscaped area, with lawns, a visitor center, walking paths, benches, ponds and an impressive decorative fountain. This is an apt setting for all kinds of events in the summer, including a series of outdoor concerts and the Last Blast Summer Carnival in early September.

West Branch Forest PreserveNear Carol Stream, there are a number of DuPage County Forest Preserves. This 713-acre natural area along the West Branch DuPage River is the most accessible of these. Two lakes, a rare fen, wet prairie, wetlands, tallgrass meadows, floodplain forests, and a patchwork of other habitats make up the preserve. The latter is located near the north end, and the largest of these, Deep Quarry Lake, is a popular fishing spot thanks to its abounding supply of bass, crappie, bluegill, carp, sunfish, and channel and flathead catfish. The fact that the preserve is located along the West Branch DuPage River Trail means that you can follow it for a nearly uninterrupted hike into the neighboring preserves of Hawk Hollow and Mallard Lake.

Cosley Zoo: Also worthwhile in Wheaton is a zoo run by the local park district. Cosley Zoo is compact at five acres, but offers a perfect overview of the species native to Illinois. These might be white-tailed deer, red foxes, bobcats, raccoons, American kestrels, hairy woodpeckers, red-tailed hawks and Blanding’s turtles, to name a small handful. The zoo also keeps a host of domestic animals like miniature donkeys, Guernsey cows, Shetland ponies, llamas, Nubian goats, Montadale sheep and Norwegian fjord horses. The location is also worthy of mention, on the leafy grounds of an historic train station.