BNF Roofing


Roofing Guy Plainfield


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 Plainfield

25042 Michele Dr, Plainfield, IL 60544

Phone: (815) 676-6573

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Plainfield, IL

Romeoville, IL  /  Shorewood, IL /  Crest Hill, IL /  Oswego, IL /  Lockport, IL /  Naperville, IL /  Bolingbrook, IL /  Joliet, IL /  Aurora, IL /  Lemont, IL /  Woodridge, IL /  Warrenville, IL /  North Aurora, IL /  Lisle, IL /  Channahon, IL

Plainfield, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60490, 60543, 60544, 60564, 60585, 60586

Things To Do In Plainfield, IL

Downtown Plainfield: Plainfield has one of only 22 downtown areas in Illinois on the National Register of Historic Places. Found along Lockport Street on either side of the DuPage River, this was developed across more than 100 years from the 1840s to the 1960s and has more than 50 contributing buildings. There’s a fantastic diversity of styles here, from Greek Revival to International, and you’ll also be struck by how much life there is in downtown Plainfield. If you’re hungry it can be tough to choose from the many independent restaurants, offering Southern cuisine, diner classics, pizza, Asian fusion, New American, Cajun, pub food, ice cream, and Mexican, all in the space of three or four blocks. All around are wonderful specialized stores for antiques, flowers, one-off gifts, pet supplies, farm-raised meat, cakes, tea, jewelry, diving equipment and boardgames.

Lake Renwick PreserveThis 836-acre forest preserve near Plainfield, Illinois, is looked after by the Will County Forest Preserve District. The fact that great blue herons, black-crowned night herons, and other wading birds like great egrets and double-crested cormorants use Lake Renwick as a breeding ground elevates the lake. This area was once a network of aggregate quarries up until the 1980s, which quickly flooded after being closed. The lake has several qualities, including an abundance of fish and a gravel bed, which have led to the development of the most significant wading bird rookery in the state. The preserve is accessible year-round, but during the nesting season (from March to mid-August), visitors are limited to Copley Nature Park on the west side’s designated bird-watching area. The remainder of the year is up to you.

Settlers’ Park: Hand-in-hand with downtown Plainfield, this 20-acre park behind the village hall was landscaped to provide a green space within walking distance of the shops and restaurants. Settlers’ Park is on the west bank of the DuPage River and serves as the setting for Plainfield’s summer concert series and open-air movies. These take place at the Richard A. Rock amphitheatre, next to a beautiful ornamental lake with a fountain. You can stroll along Settlers’ Park’s pathways, installed with interesting interpretive signs. One trail has been taken over by the Plainfield Public Library District, which has set up the StoryWalk, telling a different children’s story each season.

Mistwood Golf ClubOn the other side of the Lake Renwick Preserve is one of the best public golf courses in the region. Following an intricate multimillion-dollar redesign by Ray Hearn, Mistwood Golf Club brings the Scottish links experience to the Southwest Suburbs.Among the many design elements borrowed from famous courses like St Andrews are the intimidating, sod-wall bunkers that cause many golfers sleepless nights.Water is almost omnipresent at Mistwood Golf Club, with two lakes and the twisting Mink Creek. There’s no better way to close out a round than at the clubhouse, designed like a Scottish lodge, and hosting the cosy McWethy’s Tavern.

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.