Commercial Services

SERVPRO of South Charlotte has many years of experience and understands the unique needs of commercial customers.  SERVPRO of South Charlotte has had the privilege of helping many large Charlotte area companies and institutions, such as Bank of America, Charlotte Convention Center, Elevation Church, FAA Tower, FedEx, Knights Stadium, Mecklenburg County Courthouse, Nascar Hall of Fame, Northlake Mall, Novant, Salvation Army, and Smithfield Foods. 

In all, our location has provided services for banks, car dealerships, department stores, fire stations, food processing, grocery stores, hospitals, malls, medical centers, places of worship, restaurants, schools, universities and salons, among others.  When the need for professional remediation service arises, please know we have the training, experience, expertise and resources available to make it happen. 

  • Small Office Buildings
  • Large Office/High-Rise Office Buildings
  • Apartment Buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Hotel/Motels
  • Small Retail Stores
  • Large Retail/Big-Box Stores
  • High-Rise Residential
  • Manufacturing & Industrial
  • Government/Military

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Commercial Building Restoration Services

SERVPRO of South Charlotte is available 24 hours a day to restore your Charlotte property and get you back to business. We have the expertise, equipment, and highly trained personnel to handle your commercial water, fire, or mold damage. We can also access the resources of our national network of 2250 Franchises to handle large commercial projects and major storm events. Learn more about our commercial restoration services:

Commercial Building Cleaning Services

Every commercial property experiences wear and tear, including dirt and grime that accumulates from ordinary use. You can count on SERVPRO of South Charlotte to make your workspace look its very best. Professional cleaning helps to protect your carpet and upholstery and increase its life-span. Learn more about our commercial cleaning services:

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