BNF Roofing


BNF Roofing Mount Prospect


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 Mount Prospect

501 E Prospect Ave, Mt Prospect, IL 60056

Phone: (847) 503-9833

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Evanston, IL

Prospect Heights, IL  /  Arlington Heights, IL /  Des Plaines, IL /  Rolling Meadows, IL /  Elk Grove Village, IL /  Wheeling, IL /  Palatine, IL /  Glenview, IL /  Park Ridge, IL /  Northbrook, IL /  Buffalo Grove, IL /  Wood Dale, IL /  Niles, IL /  Bensenville, IL /  Schaumburg, IL

Evanston, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60005, 60056

Things To Do In Evanston, IL

Mt. Prospect Golf Club: Held as a shining example for municipal courses, Mt. Prospect Golf Club has recently been given a significant redesign. This returned the course to its 1920s origins, with a layout evocative of the fabled course architect Seth Raynor (1874-1926), responsible for celebrated Illinois private courses, Shoreacres and Chicago Golf club. In Mount Prospect this kind of elevated golf experience is available to all, with Raynor-style “template” holes mimicking famous equivalents at places like St. Andrews and Prestwick. The club also has the best driving range in the area, more than 300 yards long and with bent-grass tees.

Melas ParkThis beloved public park is just off the Northwest Highway and has a prominent place in local life in Mount Prospect. Summer here means a slew of outdoor events, and one of the biggest is the Fourth of July festival, which we’ll cover in more detail later. There are baseball and softball fields on the southwest side for summer leagues, while in winter the park has one of the most popular sledding hills in the area. The Canine Commons dog park on the north side is almost two acres, with separate fenced-in areas for larger and smaller dogs (membership required).

Camp Pine Woods: A sizable Cook County nature preserve, one of many green areas on the Des Plaines river banks, protects Mount Prospect’s eastern edge. The Des Plaines River Trail is easily accessible from here (more on this trail later in this list). A work camp for the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, Camp Pine Woods later served as a camp for German POWs during World War II. The camp’s faint remnants can be found along the main trail, which circles the camp’s footprint through the woods. The main trail leaves the woodland and travels along the eastern margins of the preserve, which is made up of oak woodland, mixed forest, and a significant area of restored shrub prairie. neighboring Camp Pine.

Lions Club Farmers’ MarketA charming neighborhood farmers’ market run by the Lions Club is set up throughout the summer. This occurs every Sunday morning at the southwest intersection of Emerson Street and Northwest Highway, right by Mount Prospect station. The farmers’ market, which is open regardless of the weather, has more than 40 vendors selling seasonal produce from farms and producers in the Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan region, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, baked goods, sauces, syrups, and preserves.

Des Plaines River Trail: Passing by the east side of Mount Prospect along the namesake river is a trail that runs through a big portion of Cook County and then all of Lake County to the north, as far as the Wisconsin border. Always being improved, the Des Plaines River Trail is a multi-use route that carries you through an approximately 50-mile corridor of nature preserves between Russell Road in the north and River Forest in the south. Even though you’ll be hiking, biking or even skiing through the Chicago suburbs you can travel through miles of oak-hickory forest without crossing a road.