BNF Roofing


BNF Roofing Schaumburg


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 Schaumburg

1615 Chesapeake Lane, Schaumburg, IL 60193

Phone: (224) 252-5311

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Schaumburg, IL

Hoffman Estates, IL  /  Roselle, IL /  Hanover Park, IL /  Streamwood, IL /  Rolling Meadows, IL /  Bloomingdale, IL /  Bartlett, IL /  Palatine, IL /  Elk Grove Village, IL /  Arlington Heights, IL /  Wood Dale, IL /  Mount Prospect, IL /  Glendale Heights, IL /  Addison, IL /  Prospect Heights, IL

Schaumburg, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60007, 60008, 60067, 60107, 60133, 60169, 60172, 60173, 60193, 60194, 60195

Things To Do In Schaumburg, IL

International Sculpture Park: This extraordinary space on the grounds of the Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center is a collaboration between the Village of Schaumburg and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. The International Sculpture Park comprises 20 acres of meadow and forest, and was laid out in the 1990s by Greek architect Ioannis Karalias. Placed throughout are captivating installations and sculptures. A few of the artists featured are Nina Levy, Dennis Oppenheim, Charles de Montaigu, Egil Bauck Larssen and Jerzy Kenar. The Village of Schaumburg’s website has a link for an interactive map, giving you details about each artwork, its creator and location.

Spring ValleySpring Valley is a beautiful 135 acre area of native habitats, including wetlands, streams, forests, and open prairie. It is a great place to get back in touch with nature and Schaumburg’s past. The destination bills itself as an outdoor museum where visitors can explore trails, snap pictures, create artwork, and see wildlife. The area is abundant with waterfowl, deer, and passerine birds, and in late spring and early summer when the wildflowers are in bloom, it is a riot of color. Below, we’ll discuss some of Spring Valley’s side attractions, including the innovative Bison’s Bluff Nature Playground and the genuine Volkening Heritage Farm from the 19th century.

Volkening Heritage Farm: At this attraction in Spring Valley you can step back to Schaumburg’s roots. The Volkening Heritage Farm is a glimpse of the village in the 1880s when this was a German farming community. You can make your way around the farm on an interpretive trail, meeting friendly docents in old-time dress, while kids will love seeing and petting domestic animals like horses, chickens, cattle and pigs. At the homestead and accompanying barns you can check out period decoration and antique farming equipment. Depending on the season, you can witness demonstrations of old-time skills, from cooking to planting and harvesting.

Olde Schaumburg Centre Farmers’ MarketThis producers-only market, which takes place on Friday mornings from the beginning of June to the end of October, is a much-anticipated summer staple. Every week, a large number of vendors congregate in the parking lot of the Trickster Cultural Center off Roselle Road. You can buy pasture-raised meat, organic fruit and vegetables, freshwater fish, eggs, cheese, delicious baked goods, locally made cosmetics, honey, pickles, homemade salsas, and a variety of other products that are all sourced from the area. Additionally, the market has a small food court where you can get anything from crepes to freshly roasted coffee. You can take these to the next-door Schaumburg Town Square for a picnic by the pond.

Woodfield Mall:A shopping center of staggering dimensions, the Woodfield Mall is the largest in the state and one of the largest in the country. Some 27 million people visit this mall annually, making it one of the most visited attractions in Chicagoland. Woodfield Mall first opened in 1971 and has been given two multimillion-dollar remodels and expansions in the last ten years alone. There are upwards of 200 stores, among them a mix of midmarket and luxury brands, from Gap to Apple, H&M, Lacoste, Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, Uniqlo, Zara and Armani Exchange. One new addition is the sleek dining pavilion, with a host of food court favorites, and fast casual chains like Blaze Pizza, Chipotle and Charleys Philly Steaks.