Save Money with A Clean Roof

Posted June 21, 2018

Home expenses have a way of sneaking up on you. And when those expenses are unexpected, they can throw a major wrench in your finances. That’s why we’re all about preventative maintenance. And with routine roof cleaning, you’re protecting your roof for the long run.

When Your Roof Pays it Forward

We live in a beautiful part of the United States. The only drawback? The variable climate can do a number on our exterior. This is a particularly prominent issue for our roof, and it needs an extra helping hand to maintain its quality.

But a clean roof can also help your wallet in the long run. With a professional roof cleaning service, you can expect:

  • A decade (or more!) of quality
    Routine roof cleaning is, without question, the best way to lengthen the lifetime of your roofing material. Generally, a roof that is regularly maintained can last for a decade or even longer than those that do not.
  • Insurance compliance
    Most insurance companies require that you routinely maintain your roof. If they find during an inspection that your roof is not clean, you will likely face a fine – or even a termination of your policy.
  • Mold prevention
    A dirty roof creates an ideal breeding ground for mold to grow. This is an eyesore and degrades the quality of your roof, but it also comes with other implications. With a mold-ridden roof, the issue can extend into your home… and a full-blown infestation can follow.

Our job is to help your roof stand strong – and look great – every day of the year. With a routine roof cleaning service, you’re putting money back into your wallet and keeping your property’s curb appeal at its prime.

COVID-19 Precautions

We at Orthopaedic Institute of Southern Illinois are committed to continuing to provide the highest quality and safest orthopaedic care to the people of Southern Illinois.

In the interest of protecting our patients and employees, we have instituted the following procedures:

All patients will be screened according to CDC recommendations via telephone prior to their scheduled appointment date. These recommendations include screening for a fever, cough, shortness of breath. Upon arriving at any of our facilities, all people will be screen upon arrival.

We will not be allowing any visitors to accompany patients with the exception of a single parent accompanying a minor or a designated caregiver accompanying an impaired adult.

At this time, we will continue to provide full physician services in the office as well as physical and occupational therapy, imaging, pain management, and Urgent Care services for your urgent orthopaedic needs.

We are working closely with our hospital partners for the continued provision of urgent and emergent orthopaedic care.

Please remember to stay calm, stay smart, and if you are feeling ill, stay home.

Thank you,
The Physicians and Staff of Orthopaedic Institute of Southern Illinois.