Levels of Commercial Loss
The professionals with SERVPRO of Columbia and Greene Counties are not only your number 1 resource for residential damage mitigation, but we can also assist you with your business or commercial buildings as well. There are three levels of loss when it comes to commercial properties that we take into consideration when assessing the damage.
Level 1: A Level 1 commercial loss is the smallest of affected spaces, whether that be an entire building affected that is about 15,000 square feet or less or a small portion of a much larger overall structure. Some examples of this size of loss are stand-alone retail stores, restaurants, garages, storage facilities, or small churches.
Level 2: A Level 2 commercial loss is a midsize business building in the range of 15,000 to about 60,000 square feet of affected space. These types of buildings are usually multiple levels or have spaces that are divided such as an apartment building or multi-family home, a small shopping center, or midsized facilities such as warehouses.
Level 3: A Level 3 commercial loss is the largest loss involving more than 60,000 square feet of affected space. This could also be considered for a property with multiple buildings that experienced damage or one large facility. Some examples of this kind of level would be large churches, schools, hospitals, manufacturing buildings, or shopping centers.
Whether you’re a small “mom and pop” business on the Main Street of Windham or a major industrial building in Hudson, NY, the team with SERVPRO of Columbia and Greene Counties can help assess your level of loss and assemble the appropriately sized team to get your business back up and running…”Like it never even happened.”