BNF Roofing


BNF Roofing Orland Park


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 Orland Park

Phone: (708) 523-7820

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Orland Park, IL

Palos Heights, IL  /  Goodings Grove, IL /  Palos Hills, IL /  Worth, IL /  Tinley Park, IL /  Crestwood, IL /  Oak Forest, IL /  Chicago Ridge, IL /  Alsip, IL /  Hickory Hills, IL /  Midlothian, IL /  Mokena, IL /  Justice, IL /  Country Club Hills, IL /  Lemont, IL

Orland Park, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60448, 60452, 60462, 60464, 60467, 60487

Things To Do In Orland Park, IL

Centennial Park: If you had to pick one place for outdoor recreation in Orland Park, this would be a good bet. Served by the 153rd Street Metra station, Centennial Park has two enormous fishing lakes at its south end. Bordering these is the Winter Wonderland Ice Rink, open November to March, with a warming hut where you can rent skates. Also part of this sweeping complex are soccer fields, baseball fields, a large playground, a skate park, sledding hill, the Orland Park Health & Fitness Center and the Centennial Park Aquatic Center, which we’ll cover below.

Centennial Park Aquatic CenterDespite being a public amenity, the water park at Centennial Park has the appearance of something you might find at a sizable theme park. This facility, which is typically open from May to September, features a sizable zero-depth pool surrounded by decks and lawns for sunbathing. The majority of the center is surrounded by a long, lazy river, a platform cliff jump, and two body slides that are 328 and 200 feet long, respectively. On weekday mornings, when you can also use the lazy river for lap walks against the current, the pool is open for lap swimming if you’re just in the mood for some exercise.

Orland Grassland: Part of the Forest Preserves of Cook County, this remarkable site is more than 960 acres of former farmland that has been allowed to revert to open prairie. There’s a patchwork of habitats at the Orland Grassland, among them oak savanna, shrubland, wetland, woodland, open ponds and prairie. The process of restoring nature to this place began in 2002, and already wildflowers and native grasses have begun to take hold once more. More than 100 bird species have been recorded here since then, many rarely counted anywhere else, along with butterflies, grasshoppers, dragonflies and mammals like coyotes. Natural footpaths weave through the interior of the Orland Grassland, while there’s a five-mile paved bike trail around the perimeter.

Orland Square MallThe largest mall in the Chicago Southland can be found in Orland Park. This upscale shopping destination first opened in 1976 and came through a big revamp in the 2010s. Anchored by Macy’s, JCPenney and Von Maur, Orland Square Mall has upwards of 150 stores. There are locations for Guess, Gap, Forever 21, Sephora, MAC Cosmetics, H&M, Pottery Barn and Victoria’s Secret, as well as an Apple store and a whole store dedicated to LEGO. The food court is packed with familiar favorites like Panda Express, Sbarro and Taco Bell, and the mall also has a location for the Cheesecake Factory by Macy’s.

Gizmos Fun Factory: This family activity center is also indoor and is 47,000 square feet, with seven main attractions. These include climbing walls, robot laser tag, a soft-play maze, bumper cars, go karts, and a ropes course with a zip line. In addition to all of that, Gizmos Fun Factory has a restaurant serving comfort food like pizza, burgers, wings, nachos, and Wisconsin cheese curds as well as a video arcade with the newest games. Gizmos Fun Factory also offers weeknight specials and is a well-liked venue for kids’ birthday parties.