BNF Roofing


Roofing Guy Evanston


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 Evanston

1716 Seward St, Evanston, IL 60202

Phone: (847) 613-1751

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Evanston, IL

Wilmette, IL  /  Skokie, IL /  Lincolnwood, IL /  Morton Grove, IL /  Winnetka, IL /  Niles, IL /  Glenview, IL /  Park Ridge, IL /  Norridge, IL /  Northbrook, IL /  Des Plaines, IL /  Elmwood Park, IL /  Highland Park, IL /  River Grove, IL /  Schiller Park, IL

Evanston, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60201, 60202

Things To Do In Evanston, IL

Block Museum of Art: The prestigious art museum at Northwestern University is a must-see attraction. The Block Museum of Art first opened its doors in 1980 and relocated there in 2000. Dirk Lohan, Mies van der Rohe’s grandson and former student, designed the glass-encased Modernist building. Amazing Chicago graphic art from the 1930s and 1940s, American computer-generated art, South African prints from the early 1990s, and Midwest documentary photography are all featured in this collection. The collection includes works by a number of well-known artists, including Barbara Hepworth, Carrie Mae Weems, Joan Miró, Max Beckmann, Jasper Johns, and Chuck Close. Come to see expertly curated solo and group exhibitions. Recent topics include Latin American Pop Art, Video Art by Isaac Julein, American Art Against Anti-Black Violence, and Abstraction in the Arab World.

Evanston History CenterThe 30th vice president of the United States, Charles G. Dawes (1865-1951) spent the last forty years of his life in Evanston. He is remembered in particular for the Dawes Plan (1925), which resolved the issue of German WWI reparations, and which earned him a Nobel peace Prize. Dawes’ Chateauesque lakefront mansion, dating back to 1894, is open to the public for docent-led and self-guided tours. The property is replete with period furnishings and art belonging to the Dawes family. There’s a portrait of Dawes’ ancestor William Dawes (1745-1799), famous for helping to alert about the approach of British troops at the outset of the American Revolution in 1775. A tour takes in the library, kitchen, dining room and great hall, and there’s a permanent exhibit recording Evanston’s history, from uninhabited wetlands and swampy forest to the present day.

Mitchell Museum of the American Indian: This outstanding museum, located northwest of Evanston, explores Native American history from the Paleo-Indians to the present. The Regional Tour of American Indian Cultures, a captivating display with a wealth of artifacts, is the centerpiece of the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian, which was established in 1977. Here, you can learn about the customs, culture, and history of Native Americans from the Arctic, the Northwest Coast, the Southwest, the Plains, and the Woodlands east of the Mississippi River. You’ll come across weaving, beadwork, Katsina dolls, masks, pottery, bandolier bags, gutskin parkas, snow goggles, canoes, and totem poles as you travel, along with well-researched accounts of the events. Additionally, there are transient displays on a variety of subjects, such as jewelry and Native Americans.

American Toby Jug MuseumThe Toby Jug, a type of pottery jug that appeared in England in the 18th century, and the character jugs that originated from them are the focus of this sensational museum. With 8,000 pieces, the collection is extraordinary and is tastefully displayed in 97 glass cabinets. The collection is made up of 300 genuine and distinctive Toby Jugs from the 18th century. Along with these, there are character jugs made by Royal Doulton, pieces of majolica, vintage dollhouse miniatures, and a fun collection of characters from Marvel and Star Wars pop culture.

Clark Street Beach: Just east of downtown there’s a welcoming stretch of waterfront, typically patrolled by lifeguards from Memorial Day through Labor Day. To access Clark Beach during the summer season you’ll need a season pass or day pass, while on Mondays there’s free access for Evanston residents. What you’ll find is an enticing and clean sweep of sand with a large designated swimming area, as well as volleyball nets towards the north end. And although you’ll need to pay a fee, everything is well maintained, including showers and bathrooms. There’s a beautiful green space behind at Centennial Park, as well as a big choice of restaurants a few steps away downtown.