BNF Roofing


Roofing Guy Downers 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



Roofing Guy Downers Grove

3333 Finley Rd #5, Downers Grove, IL 60515

Phone: (331) 233-1660

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Downers Grove, IL

Westmont, IL  /  Lisle, IL /  Hinsdale, IL /  Darien, IL /  Woodridge, IL /  Lombard, IL /  Glen Ellyn, IL /  Villa Park, IL /  Western Springs, IL /  Burr Ridge, IL /  Wheaton, IL /  Westchester, IL /  Elmhurst, IL /  La Grange, IL /  Glendale Heights, IL

Downers Grove, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60515, 60516

Things To Do In Downers Grove, IL

The Morton Arboretum: One of the region’s great botanical attractions is right on Downers Grove’s northwestern shoulder and is impossible to ignore for a day out in summer. The Morton Arboretum was founded in 1922 by the salt industrialist Joy Morton (1855-1934) and eventually replaced his state, as surrounding farmland was restored to native prairie and woodland. Occupying 1,700 acres, there are more than 4,100 types of trees growing at the arboretum, including vital collections of beeches, maples, oaks, elms and more. You can navigate this wonderful space along 16 miles of trails or on a tram tour, and discover a world of little attractions like a Maze Garden, Ground Cover Garden, Four Seasons Garden and the Container and Display Gardens. As a key center for research the arboretum hosts the Sterling Morton Library, with 30,000 volumes, and a modern visitor center for indoor exhibitions.

Hidden Lake Forest Preserve: A treasured place for outdoor recreation in Downers Grove, Hidden Lake is managed by the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County. The “Hidden Lake” here is a glacial pond embedded in mature oak and hickory forest. Over two miles of trails ramble through the preserve, making it perfect for hiking, jogging and birding. This is also one of the few places in the county where you can hear the spring peeper frog in full voice. There’s no lack of places to take a picnic at Hidden Lake, while there are two fishing spots, Round Meadow Lake and Eagle Lake, abounding with crappie, bluegill, carp, bass, green sunfish, black bullhead and channel catfish.

McCollum Park: The village bought the land for the park district’s main park in the early 1970s, and it now spans 50 acres. Miner Mike’s Adventure Golf, an 18-hole course with a concession stand, is fun to play at in the summer, and the north parking lot has a skating rink in the winter. Ten lighted tennis courts, two baseball diamonds, two softball diamonds, two lighted basketball courts, four soccer fields, and three lighted sand volleyball courts are some of the additional amenities. A 1.2-mile paved walking loop with fitness stations and small picnic groves bordering it winds through the park.

Patriots ParkThis spacious neighborhood park is dominated by Barth Pond. Excavated in 1978 to hold storm water, the pond is very picturesque and inhabited by dozens of geese and ducks. This has also become a popular fishing location, as well as a place for summer picnics and gentle walks on the paved walkway encircling the water. On the west side there’s a large, newly improved playground with separate areas for children aged 2-5 and 5-12, while on the east side is a picnic shelter with convenient access to the pond.

Willowbrook Wildlife Center: The top wildlife rehabilitation and educational facility in DuPage County is only a short drive from Downers Grove. The Willowbrook Wildlife Center, a part of the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, cares for sick, hurt, and orphaned animals before, whenever possible, reintroducing them to the wild. Visit the visitor center, where up to 90 different species may be on display as they recover from illness. Some of these species are there permanently as they are unable to survive on their own in the wild. An educational outdoor exhibit and a walking path through the serene nearby forest are also present.