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Commercial Loss Levels

2/21/2022 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Jackson/Crockett County is “Faster to any size disaster,” including large commercial losses. Our goal is to provide the best services possible for our commercial customers. SERVPRO serves commercial buildings such as warehouses, retail stores, and schools. 

Size is the key factor that is considered for a commercial loss. Typically, commercial losses are much larger than the average 2,392 square foot home. For example, a warehouse or factory can be in the hundreds of thousands of square feet. To further explain the different size categories of commercial losses, they are divided into three levels.

Commercial Level 1

Level 1 is considered a relatively small loss. Most level one cases are small retail locations, daycare facilities, small churches, or stand-alone offices.

Commercial Level 2

Level 2 is considered a substantial mid-sized loss. Examples of buildings that might fall under a level 2 size loss are mid-sized churches, schools, manufacturing facilities, small shopping centers, and multi-family properties.

Commercial Level 3

Level 3 is considered an extremely large loss. Examples of a level 3 commercial loss are large schools, hospitals, churches, universities, large warehouses, and manufacturing facilities. 

It takes a specialized restoration company to handle a level 2 loss or higher. Fortunately, SERVPRO of Jackson/Crockett County professionals are certified and highly trained to handle any size commercial building. Over the years, SERVPRO of Jackson Crockett County has completed numerous large commercial losses. We are also fully equipped and on standby to assist you with our 24/7 Emergency Response Services. You can count on us! We are your local cleanup, restoration, and construction experts.

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