BNF Roofing


BNF Roofing Bartlett


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 Bartlett

371 Ashford Cir, Bartlett, IL 60103

Phone: (224) 970-3235

Monday – Sunday

7:00 am – 8:00 pm

Cities We Service In Bartlett, IL

Hanover Park, IL  /  Streamwood, IL /  Roselle, IL /  South Elgin, IL /  Hoffman Estates, IL /  Elgin, IL /  Schaumburg, IL /  Bloomingdale, IL /  Carol Stream, IL /  West Chicago, IL /  Glendale Heights, IL /  Saint Charles, IL /  Winfield, IL /  Carpentersville, IL /  Geneva, IL

Bartlett, IL Zip Codes That We Service

60103, 60177

Things To Do In Bartlett, IL

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir: Driving along Illinois Route 59 through Bartlett a spectacular monument will hove into view. Consecrated in 2004, this is a place of worship for the Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan (BAPS) Sanstha Hindu denomination, and the largest of its kind in the state. The BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is composed of intricately carved Italian marble and Turkish limestone, with designed ancient Hindu texts outlining the temple architecture. Before being brought here and pieced together like a giant puzzle, the stone was shipped to Rajasthan where it was worked by some 2,000 traditional craftsmen. You have to visit to marvel at the artistry and workmanship on show at the mandir and its gateway, domes, pillars, arches and columns. Tours can be booked seven days a week, while the temple is open for daily Hindu rituals (artis).

Bartlett Aquatic CenterTo look at this outdoor pool complex in Bartlett it’s hard to believe that it’s a public amenity, managed by the local park district. Embedded in greenery, the Bartlett Aquatic Center has an eight-lane lap pool, with zero-depth entry at one end. To go with this you’ll find a lazy river weaving through the complex, as well as a diving pool, spray playground, sand play area, a choice of slides and an aquatic zip line. Open Memorial Day weekend to the Sunday on Labor Day weekend this attraction is a cost-effective day out for families and also hosts a range of programs throughout the season, such as children’s swim lessons.

James Pate Philip State Park: This 500-acre park, which is owned by the state but is run by the DuPage County Forest Preserve District, is situated on a section of restored farmland that had been tilled and used for grazing for many years. Since 1991, native prairie has been allowed to reclaim its former dominance, providing a habitat for a wide variety of threatened and endangered plant and animal species. The restoration of this environment is a lengthy, ongoing process, so it’s possible to spot new aspects of the transformation with each visit. This is one of the environment’s interesting features. White-tailed deer are frequently seen in the prairie in the morning and evening. Head to Brewster Creek Bridge to spot warblers, waterfowl, and beavers in the wetlands.

Bartlett Nature CenterAt James Pate Philip State Park you can call in at the Bartlett Nature Center, which hosts a wide variety of educational programs for all ages, but especially children. There’s a class room and auditorium inside, both of which can be rented, while casual visitors can peruse the excellent seasonal exhibits. You’ll see an array of bones and pelts relevant to the surrounding habitat, but also live exhibits including native reptiles, amphibians and insects. Outside in summer there’s a lovely butterfly garden, and you can visit the center in winter if you need to rent snowshoes for the park’s extensive trail network.

Leiseberg Park: There is a neighborhood park close by with many amenities that is close to all the stores and restaurants in the heart of Bartlett. Leiseberg Park has one of the best local sledding hills, which draws visitors in the winter after snowfall. The spray playground on the west side, which also has a trampoline and a sand area, is popular in the summer with families with young children. On the north side, there are tennis courts, a baseball field, and walking paths for a leisurely stroll close to downtown.