BNF Roofing


Roofing Guy Streamwood


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 Streamwood

247 Brittany Dr, Streamwood, IL 60107

Phone: (630) 361-0681

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Streamwood, IL

Bartlett, IL  /  /  Hanover Park, IL /  Hoffman Estates, IL /  Schaumburg, IL /  Elgin, IL /  Roselle, IL /  South Elgin, IL /  Bloomingdale, IL /  Carpentersville, IL /  Carol Stream, IL /  Barrington, IL /  Palatine, IL /  Rolling Meadows, IL /  Glendale Heights, IL /  West Chicago, IL

Streamwood, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60103, 60107, 60120, 60133, 60193, 60194

Things To Do In Streamwood, IL

Hoosier Grove Park: More than a community park, this public space in the heart of Streamwood is a compelling piece of local history. Hoosier Grove Park goes back to 1888 when it was occupied by the Landmeier dairy farm, and there’s an interesting vestige from that time in the form of the Hoosier Grove Barn. Nowadays this impressive structure is an award-winning wedding and event venue. Much later the land was bought by the village to preserve the area’s agricultural past and Streamwood’s previous name, Hoosier Grove, which derived from immigrants from Indiana. As well as a museum, which we’ll talk about below, the park has a gazebo, picnic benches, a kids’ playground, three soccer fields, a sand volleyball court and a baseball/softball field.

Arthur L. Janura PreserveThe vast Cook County forest preserve borders the entire north side of Streamwood. The Arthur L. Janura Preserve, which contains wetlands, open water, restored prairies, and a remnant woodland made up of mature oaks that can be more than three centuries old, is not a landscaped urban park but rather a true piece of nature. Wildflowers like prairie blazing star, shooting stars, and red trillium give the prairie breathtaking color in the spring and summer, while wild hyacinth, shooting stars, and red trillium adorn the woodland. The Poplar Creek Trail circles the outside of the preserve; we’ll talk about it later. Streamwood residents can easily access it from Bode Lake, Bode East, and the intersection of Bartlett and Schaumburg Road

Bode Lake: Set within the southern boundary of the Arthur L. Janura preserve is a scenic lake, with its own parking lot on Bode Road. Bode Lake is a cherished local beauty spot, partially fringed by mature trees and popular for jogging, walking, bicycling and nature spotting. Dogs are allowed to walk here on leash, and if you’re here early or late in the day you stand a good chance of spotting the preserve’s deer herd. There are plenty of spots for fishing all around the lake’s picturesque banks, and anglers can expect to catch northern pike, crappie, largemouth bass, yellow bullhead, bluegill and channel catfish.

Sunny Hill ParkIn just under 20 acres, this charming neighborhood park affords a surprising amount of amenities for all ages. For families with smaller children, Sunny Hill Park is maybe at its best in summer when the splash pad is open, offering tons of fun on hot days. This is paired with two playgrounds, while for older visitors there’s a nine-hole disc golf course and a skate park. Elsewhere you’ll find tennis courts, a super sledding hill in winter, three picnic shelters and a meandering pathway for relaxing strolls.

Poplar Creek Trail: This extensive trail network connects the Arthur L. Janura Preserve with the neighboring Shoe Factory Road Prairie Nature Preserve and Schaumburg Road Grassland. There are a number of color-coded loops on the Poplar Creek Trail, depending on how long you want to walk and what kinds of landscapes you want to see. The Red Loop of the trail circles the Arthur L. Janura Preserve for nearly nine miles if you’re up for a somewhat lengthy hike. You’ll pass through shrubland alive with passerine bird species like indigo buntings, brown thrashers and gray catbirds. The popular Yellow Loop is in the Schaumburg Road Grassland and takes you through the wonderful restored habitat of Shoe Factory Road.