Bio-One of Poway decontamination and biohazard cleaning services

For the 3rd Time, Bio-One Appeared on the Inc. 5000, Ranking No. 4,365

Denver, CO August 19, 2022 – Inc. revealed that Bio-One is No. 4,365 on its annual Inc. 5000
list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The list
represents a one-of-a-kind look at the most successful companies within the economy’s most
dynamic segment—its independent businesses. Facebook, Chobani, Under Armour, Microsoft,
Patagonia, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees
on the Inc. 5000. 
 
Sandi Ellis, President of Bio-One, had this to say about the achievement: “We are honored to be
recognized and this is only possible because of our amazing Bio-One owners across the United
States. Every Bio-One owner works hard in their community, and we thank them for their time,
dedication, and sacrifices.”
 
The companies on the 2022 Inc. 5000 have not only been successful, but have also
demonstrated resilience amid supply chain woes, labor shortages, and the ongoing impact of
Covid-19. Among the top 500, the average median three-year revenue growth rate soared to
2,144 percent. Together, those companies added more than 68,394 jobs over the past three
years. 
 
Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that
can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at www.inc.com/inc5000. The
top 500 companies are featured in the September issue of Inc. magazine, which will be
available on August 23. 
 
“The accomplishment of building one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S., in light of
recent economic roadblocks, cannot be overstated,” said Scott Omelianuk, editor-in-chief of Inc.
“Inc. is thrilled to honor the companies that have established themselves through innovation,
hard work, and rising to the challenges of today.” 
 
Ellis said, “While the ranking is a wonderful reflection of the company’s growth in the past 12
years, I am also excited for the future of Bio-One. We’re investing in new technology, improving
our digital strategies, and are in the middle of launching a new brand. It’s an exciting time to be
part of Bio-One!”
 
Bio-One Inc. is the first crime and trauma scene cleaning franchise with over 125 locations.
Each location is owned and operated locally by caring members of their respective
communities. In an effort to boost business growth and impact more areas, Bio-One was
acquired by Five Star Franchising last year. Bio-One has been ranked in Entrepreneur
magazine’s
43rd Annual Franchise 500 for 2022, and in 2021 placed number one in
Entrepreneur’s Best of the Best for Crime Scene Cleaning and Trauma Scene Cleaning.
  
 
CONTACT:
 
Sandi Ellis
(303) 625-6543
Sandi.Ellis@BioOneInc.com

 
More about Inc. and the Inc. 5000 
 
Methodology 

Companies on the 2022 Inc. 5000 are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from
2018 to 2021. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by
March 31, 2018. They must be U.S.-based, privately held, for-profit, and independent—not
subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2021. (Since then, some on
the list may have gone public or been acquired.) The minimum revenue required for 2018 is
$100,000; the minimum for 2021 is $2 million. As always, Inc. reserves the right to decline
applicants for subjective reasons. Growth rates used to determine company rankings were
calculated to four decimal places. The top 500 companies on the Inc. 5000 are featured in Inc.
magazine’s September issue. The entire Inc. 5000 can be found at http://www.inc.com/inc5000
 
About Inc. 
The world’s most trusted business-media brand, Inc. offers entrepreneurs the knowledge, tools,
connections, and community to build great companies. Its award-winning multiplatform content
reaches more than 50 million people each month across a variety of channels including
websites, newsletters, social media, podcasts, and print. Its prestigious Inc. 5000 list, produced
every year since 1982, analyzes company data to recognize the fastest-growing privately held
businesses in the United States. The global recognition that comes with inclusion in the 5000
gives the founders of the best businesses an opportunity to engage with an exclusive
community of their peers, and the credibility that helps them drive sales and recruit talent. The
associated Inc. 5000 Conference & Gala is part of a highly acclaimed portfolio of bespoke
events produced by Inc. For more information, visit www.inc.com.
 
For more information on the Inc. 5000 Conference & Gala, visit http://conference.inc.com/.

The Dangers of Lingering Odors Indoors & How Bio-One Can Remove Them

We all know what it’s like to have unpleasant odors in our home. Maybe it’s a smelly dish that was left out too long, or a wet dog that tracked mud through the house. Whatever the source of the odor, it can be tough to get rid of. And, if the odor is strong enough, it can actually be dangerous.

There are a few different ways that odors can be dangerous. First, some odors can be toxic. This is especially true of chemicals like cleaning products and paint fumes. If these fumes build up in a confined space, they can cause poisoning.

 

Second, odors can be irritating to the respiratory system. This is especially true of strong smells like smoke and perfumes. If you’re exposed to these smells for too long, they can irritate your lungs and throat. In some cases, this can even lead to asthma attacks.

 

Finally, odors can be distracting and dangerous. If you’re trying to concentrate on something, unwanted odors can be distracting. And, if you’re driving or operating machinery, a strong odor can be dangerous.

Bio-One Poway - PPE face masks used by technicians

How do you get rid of these dangerous odors?

 

Here are a few helpful tips that you can apply to your home or business:

 

1. Find the source of the odor and clean it up. This may require some detective work, but it's important to find and remove the source of the odor before you can effectively eliminate it.

 

2. Ventilate the area. Once you've located and removed the source of the odor, open windows and doors to allow fresh air to circulate. This will help to dissipate the lingering odor.

 

3. Use an air purifier. An air purifier can help to remove any remaining airborne particles that are contributing to the odor.

 

4. Call in the professionals. If you're still struggling with a lingering odor, it may be time to call in a professional odor removal company like Bio-One. We specialize in removing tough odors using our proprietary process.

 

If you're dealing with a lingering odor, don't wait to take action. These odors can pose a serious health risk, so it's important to address them as soon as possible. Contact Bio-One today to learn more about our odor removal services. We're here to help you breathe easy again!

Bio-One Poway - Rodent droppings odor

What Causes Lingering Odors Indoors?

 

There are many potential causes of lingering odors indoors. Some of the most common include:

 

1. Cigarette smoke

2. Pet urine or feces and other pet odors

3. Cooking odors

4. Mold or mildew

5. Flooding

 

These are just a few of the many potential sources of lingering odors indoors. If you're dealing with a lingering odor, it's important to identify the source to take appropriate steps to remove it.

 

How Can Bio-One Help?

 

Bio-One specializes in the removal of tough odors. We use a proprietary process that is designed to break down the molecules that are causing the odor, permanently eliminating it from your home or business. If you're dealing with a lingering odor, don't wait to take action. Contact Bio-One today!

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Sanitation, Disinfection & Decontamination Services

 

  • Crime scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Tear gas cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup and Decluttering Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the best choice for helping and supporting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or trauma takes place. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible. 

Bio-One Poway -  Red biohazard waste bag dispose odors

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our feces and urine cleaning services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to tackle any odor removal situation promptly. Give us a call at 858-261-4527 for a free estimate!

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

The Dangers of Hoarding: How It Can Endanger Your Family's Lives

Why is hoarding such a dangerous problem? Because it can put family's lives at risk. Hoarding is a deep problem that can have devastating consequences for families. It can lead to physical and mental health problems, financial difficulties, and even death. If you or someone you know is struggling with hoarding or other mental health disorders, getting help is important. Many resources are available to help understand how these conditions affect people.

 

The first step is to educate yourself about the dangers of hoarding. This will help you better understand the problem and how it can impact your family. At Bio-One of Poway, our professional cleaners are always ready to clean hoarding situations with deep care and compassion.

Hoarding Disorder & How It Affects Families

 

Hoarding disorder is a mental condition that affects about 1 in 50 people in the United States. It was recognized as a mental health condition by the American Psychiatric Association when it was included in The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, in May 2013.

 

It is characterized by an excessive and persistent difficulty discarding items and an urge to collect and save objects, even if those items are of no value or are harmful to keep. People with hoarding disorder may have difficulty getting rid of things, even if they don't need them or they're causing problems.

 

Hoarding can be a serious problem for families. It can lead to physical and mental health problems, financial difficulties, and in the worst cases, even death. Mental health conditions left untreated increase the risks of harm to the victim and their family members.

Bio-One Poway - Hoarded property before clean up

Common Risk Factors of Hoarding Disorder

 

Many factors can increase the risk of developing hoarding behaviors. These include:

 

  • Anxiety disorders: People with anxiety disorders are more likely to develop hoarding.

  • Major Depressive Disorder: Depression is a common comorbidity in people with hoarding disorder.

  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): OCD is another common comorbidity in people with hoarding disorder.

  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): People with ADHD are more likely to hoard because of impulsivity and difficulty organizing and keeping track of things.

  • Stressful life events: Traumatic experiences, such as the death of a loved one or a natural disaster, can trigger hoarding behavior.

  • Genetics: There is evidence that hoarding disorder may be genetic.

Bio-One Poway - Clean hoarding before severe clutter

What Are the Consequences of Hoarding?

 

The consequences of hoarding can be both physical and mental. On the physical side, hoarding can lead to unsanitary living conditions and an increased risk of accidents and injuries. Hoarded homes are often cluttered and crammed full of stuff, leaving little room to move around, creating trip hazards and making it difficult to exit the home in an emergency.

 

Mentally, hoarding can be extremely distressing for both the individual and their loved ones. The condition can cause isolation, social anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. Hoarding can also lead to financial problems, as the individual may struggle to keep up with rent or mortgage payments. In severe cases, hoarding can even lead to eviction.

 

If you or someone you know is struggling with hoarding, it's important to seek help. With the right treatment, people with hoarding disorder can live normal, happy lives!

What You Can Do to Help Someone Dealing with Mental Disorders

 

If you have a friend or family member dealing with any kind of mental disorder, you can do a few things to help. First, educate yourself about the disorder. This will help you better understand what your loved one is going through and how you can best support them.

 

It's also important to be respectful of your loved one's wishes. If they don't want to talk about their disorder or don't want you to come over to their house, respect their wishes. Forcing them to do something they're not comfortable with is only going to make things worse.

 

Finally, offer your support. Just let your loved ones know you're there for them and willing to help in any way you can. Sometimes, just knowing someone cares can make all the difference.

Bio-One Poway - Hoarding clean up after cleared

If you or someone you know is struggling with hoarding disorder, many resources are available to help. The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and the International OCD Foundation also offers support groups and educational programs for people with hoarding disorder and their loved ones. Talking to your doctor is a good first step if you're unsure where to start. They can help connect you with resources in your area.

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Sanitation, Disinfection & Decontamination Services

 

  • Crime scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold Remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Tear gas cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup and Decluttering Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the best choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible.

 

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our feces and urine cleaning services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to clean up any hoarded property in a prompt manner. Give us a call at 858-261-4527 for a free estimate!

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

The Dangers of Black Mold and What to Do if You Find it

When it comes to mold, there are a lot of different colors and types that can be found both indoors and outdoors. While some types of mold are harmless, others can be quite dangerous – especially black mold.

 

Black mold, or Stachybotrys chartarum, is a type of mold that is dark green or black in color. It is commonly found in humid or damp areas, such as basements, bathrooms, and kitchens. This mold thrives in warm conditions with little or no ventilation.

The Dangers of Black Mold

 

While black mold is not necessarily more dangerous than other types of mold, it can cause various health problems if inhaled. These health problems can range from mild to severe; in some cases, black mold can even be deadly. Some of the health problems that black mold can cause include:

 

  • Allergic reactions include sneezing, coughing, watery eyes, and skin irritation.

  • Respiratory problems, such as difficulty breathing and shortness of breath.

  • Neurological problems, such as headaches, memory loss, and dizziness.

  • Immune system problems.

 

If you think you may have black mold in your home, it is important to take action immediately. The first step is to identify the source of the moisture that is causing the mold to grow. Once the source of moisture has been identified, it should be fixed. Once the moisture problem has been fixed, a professional should remove the mold.

Bio-One Poway - Black mold fungus in corner wall (Photo by malshakov @ Freepik)

How Bio-One Can Help

 

If you have black mold in your home, Bio-One is here to help. We are a professional black mold removal company that uses the latest technology and equipment to safely and effectively remove black mold from your home. We also offer a wide range of other services, such as water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, and more.

Bio-One Poway - Black mold growing in concrete wall (Photo by family31 @ Freepik)

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Sanitation, Disinfection & Decontamination Services

 

  • Crime scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold Remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Tear gas cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup and Decluttering Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Bio-One Poway - Black mold removal technician

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible. 

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our mold remediation services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to promptly restore any home or business property from black mold. Give us a call at 858-261-4527 for a free estimate!

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

How Bio-One Can Help Clean After a Homeless Encampment

Homeless encampments are a problem that is not going away anytime soon. They are often unsanitary and can pose a health hazard to both the people living in them and the surrounding community. Whether these encampments are located on public or private property, Bio-One can help clean up and restore these areas in a safe manner.

 

If you or someone you know is dealing with a homeless encampment, here's how Bio-One can help restore these areas to safe, hazard-free environments!

What are homeless encampments?

 

Homeless encampments are temporary residence settlements erected by homeless people, typically consisting of little more than a few tents or makeshift shelters. These encampments are often found throughout urban development areas, on the outskirts of towns and cities, near major transportation hubs, and other public property.

 

Homeless encampments are often seen as a nuisance by local residents and business property owners and are frequently the target of police raids and evictions. In some cases, however, city departments and local governments have supported homeless encampments to provide shelter for those experiencing homelessness.

Bio-One Poway - Homeless encampment cleanup garbage debris on site

Encampments have come under increased scrutiny in recent years as the number of homeless people in the United States has reached record levels. The rise in encampments has been accompanied by a growing number of reports of violence, drug use, and other health and safety issues, which has led some city leaders and community organizations to call for tougher laws and enforcement against encampments, while others have advocated for more lenient approaches.

 

Dealing with homeless encampments is a complex issue that requires a delicate balance of compassion and public safety. Bio-One of Poway has years of experience and training in homeless encampment cleanup, so you can always trust us to take care of the situation carefully and effectively.

Bio-One Poway - Homeless encampment cleanup services

The dangers of homeless encampments

 

There are a number of dangers associated with homeless camps. These include:

 

  1. Increased risk of fires: Homeless encampments are often located in areas that are prone to wildfires. This increases the risk of fire for both the residents of the encampment and the surrounding community.

  2. Increased risk of disease: Homeless encampments are often located in public spaces that do not have access to proper sanitation, which increases the risk of disease for both the residents of the encampment and the surrounding community.

  3. Increased crime: Homeless encampments may be located in areas with high crime rates.

  4. Increased traffic: Homeless encampments are often located in areas with high traffic levels. This increases the risk of traffic accidents for both the residents of the encampment and the surrounding community.

  5. Negative impact on property values: Homeless encampments often negatively impact private property owners.

  6. Negative impact on the environment: Homeless encampments often have a negative impact on the environment due to the garbage and human waste that is often left behind.

Unfortunately, some encampments pose a safety risk due to drug paraphernalia and other biohazards from hypodermic needles, human waste, and other unhealthy living conditions.

 

Ways you Can Help the Homeless in Your Community

 

If you are looking for ways to help the homeless in your community, here are some ways you can help:

 

  • Volunteer at a local homeless shelter. This is a great way to directly help those who are most in need. Shelters always need extra hands to help with serving meals, doing laundry, providing support and companionship, and more.

  • Donate items to a local homeless shelter or food bank. Homeless shelters and food banks always need supplies, such as food, clothing, toiletries, and bedding.

  • Fundraise for a local homeless charity. You could hold a bake sale, car wash, or any other type of fundraiser to help raise money for a local emergency shelter.

  • Advocate for policy change. Often, many barriers prevent the homeless from accessing the help they need. Advocate for local, state, or federal policy change to help remove some of these obstacles.

  • Educate yourself and others about homelessness. There is a lot of misinformation out there about homelessness. Educate yourself and others about the realities of homelessness and what can be done to help those affected.

 

These are just a few ideas of how you can help the homeless in your community. Every little bit helps, so you will make a difference even if you can only do one or two of these things.

Bio-One Poway - Homeless encampment cleanup fire hazard

How Bio-One can help clean up homeless encampments

 

Bio-One is committed to helping keep our communities clean and safe. We often get called to help clean up homeless encampments. Our Technicians are highly trained in the proper removal and cleaning of biohazards. This helps to prevent the spread of disease and keep everyone safe.

 

We understand that many people are struggling, and we want to help in any way we can. If you or someone you know is in need of our services, please don't hesitate to reach out. We're here to help!

Emergency Response & Privacy Guaranteed at All Times

 

Bio-One is committed to helping keep our communities clean and safe. We often get called to help clean up homeless encampments. Our Technicians are highly trained in the proper removal and cleaning of biohazards.

 

Emergency response is always available, and privacy is guaranteed at all times. You can rest assured that Bio-One will discreetly and professionally handle any situation.

Bio-One Poway - Homeless encampment cleanup

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Sanitation, Disinfection & Decontamination Services

 

  • Crime scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Tear gas cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup and Decluttering Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Bio-One Poway - Homeless encampment cleanup tent

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible. 

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our feces and urine cleaning services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to make any homeless encampment clean in a prompt manner. Give us a call at 858-261-4527 for a free estimate!

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

What to Do If Someone You Know is Struggling with Hoarding

If someone you know is struggling with hoarding, it can be difficult to know what to do. Hoarding is a complex disorder that can have a major impact on a person's life. It can be hard to see a loved one suffer from the disorder, but as hard as it might seem, there are ways you can help.

 

First, it's important to have medical education about hoarding and mental health conditions. This will help you understand the disorder and how it affects those who suffer from it. There are many resources available online and in libraries. The International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) and the American Psychiatric Association are great places to start.

What is Hoarding Disorder?

 

Hoarding disorder is a condition in which individuals have persistent difficulty discarding or getting rid of objects for fear of being wasteful. A person with hoarding issues will be stressed by the prospect of tossing their stuff, even if it's useless.

 

Hoarding behaviors usually have a negative impact on the person's quality of life. It can cause problems with daily activities, such as taking a shower, cooking, sleeping, or functioning in their living spaces. Hoarding can also lead to financial problems and strained relationships.

Bio-One Poway - Hoarding and clutter cleanup before

Common Risk Factors - Who is more likely to struggle with hoarding behavior?

 

Several risk factors have been identified as contributing to hoarding disorder. Hoarding symptoms include:

 

  • Having a family member who struggles with hoarding disorder

  • Experiencing major life transitions, trauma, or stressful life events

  • Having another mental health condition, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), depression, or anxiety disorders

  • Using certain medications that can  cause hoarding behavior as a side effect

 

If you are concerned that someone you know is struggling with hoarding, help is available. Hoarding can severely affect a person's life, and the cleanup process might seem impossible if the person (and the family members) doesn't come to realize that hoarding is a mental health condition.

Bio-One Poway - Hoarding and clutter cleanup after

How a Mental Health Professional Can Help People with Hoarding Disorder

 

If you are worried about someone you know who may be struggling with hoarding disorder, it is important to seek professional help. Professionals can provide the support and resources needed to help someone with a hoarding disorder overcome their challenges.

 

Mental health professionals can also help family and friends of people with hoarding disorder by providing education about the condition and how to best support their loved ones. If you are concerned about someone you know, reach out to a mental health professional today.

 

Visit the International OCD Foundation website to learn more. You will find resources for hoarders, their loved ones, and mental health professionals.

Common forms of treatment

 

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): It's a type of therapy that helps people understand and change the thoughts and behaviors that contribute to their hoarding.

 

Exposure and response prevention (ERP): ERP is a type of CBT that helps people with hoarding disorder gradually face the items they are afraid of letting go of.

 

Medication: Medication can be used to treat the anxiety and depression that often accompany hoarding disorder.

 

Support groups: Support groups provide a space for people with hoarding disorder to share their experiences and connect with others who understand what they are going through.

 

If you or someone you know is struggling with hoarding disorder, professional help is available for people to overcome their challenges.

How Bio-One Can help

 

If you or someone you know is struggling with hoarding, it can be difficult to know what to do. The first step is to reach out and get help. Bio-One can help you or your loved one.

 

Bio-One offers hoarding cleanup services for those who are struggling to get their homes back under control. Our team of professional cleaners will work with you to declutter and clean the home, getting rid of any unwanted items and restoring your home to a safe and healthy environment.

Bio-One Poway - Extreme hoarding cleanup before

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Sanitation, Disinfection & Decontamination Services

 

  • Crime scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Tear gas cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

 

Hoarding Cleanup and Decluttering Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible. 

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Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our feces and urine cleaning services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to declutter and safely clean homes from hoarding situations. Give us a call at 858-261-4527 for a free estimate!

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

What to Do if You Have Tear Gas Residue on Your Property

Tear gas is a chemical weapon that has been used to disperse crowds and control riots for over a century. Though it is designed to be non-lethal, proper tear gas removal is crucial to avoid serious health risks, especially for those who might be dealing with other respiratory conditions.

When tear gas is used, it releases a cloud of chemicals that can cause burning eyes, skin irritation, and difficulty breathing. In some cases, people have also reported vomiting, fainting, and temporary blindness. Inhaling tear gas can be especially dangerous for people with asthma or other respiratory conditions.

 

Tear gas can also cause chemical burns if it comes into contact with the skin. If you're dealing with a tear or riot gas residue in your home or business, the best thing you can do is call a professional remediation company like Bio-One, with the proper equipment to sanitize the areas. Our certified technicians are available for an emergency response to remove all biological material and residue associated with the gas.

 

Learn more: Facts About Riot Control Agents - CDC.

Bio-One Poway - Office tear gas cleanup disinfection technician

Here's what you can do in you have tear gas residue in your home or business:

 

Open all the windows and doors to air out the affected area.

 

One of the first things you should do if you're caught in a tear gas attack is to try and get out of the affected area as quickly as possible. If you can't leave the area, then your next best course of action is to try and ventilate it as much as possible. Tear gas affects the mucous membranes and, though it's not lethal, in rare cases it can cause serious complications.

Bio-One Poway - Office tear gas cleanup disinfection technician

Tear gas cleaning is not for everyone; it can be extremely difficult, as it may linger on surfaces and ventilation systems. Opening up all the doors and windows in the area can help disperse the tear gas and make it easier to clean once fresh air has gone through the HVAC system.

 

If you can see powder or crystals, sweep them up and dispose of them in a sealable bag.

 

Tear gas usually comes in the form of a powder or crystal that is released into the air. These particles can settle on surfaces and clothing, making it difficult to remove them. Carefully remove all clothing and materials with tear gas residue on them.

 

If you are exposed to tear gas, it is important to wash all surfaces that may have come into contact with the gas as soon as possible.

Call a professional remediation company like Bio-One to sanitize the area and remove all residue.

 

If you have been exposed to tear gas or riot control agents, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. If you have any respiratory problems, difficulty breathing, or pain in your chest, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

 

Once you are out of the affected area and have received medical attention, your next step should be to call a professional remediation company like Bio-One. Our certified technicians are available 24/7 for emergency response and will work quickly to remove all residue associated with the tear gas. We will also sanitize the area to prevent any further health problems.

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HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Sanitation, Disinfection & Decontamination Services

 

  • Crime scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Tear gas cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup and Decluttering Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible. 

Bio-One Poway - Cleaning and sanitation technician

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our feces and urine cleaning services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to remove and safely clean tear gas from your home or office. Give us a call at 858-261-4527 for a free estimate!

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

The Dangers of Human and Animal Feces + How Bio-One Can Help

Fecal matter from animals and humans contains dangerous bacteria and may spread diseases if not cleaned properly. Even when it's dry and longstanding, it can result in health complications, so it's essential to have a team of professionals remediate the areas.

 

Whether it's an extreme cleaning situation, a hoarded property, an animal hoarding scenario, or a sewage backup emergency, Bio-One of Poway can help. Our technicians undergo extensive training and guidelines for safely removing human and animal feces and urine.

Gross filth in bath tub. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

The dangers of human and animal feces

 

Exposure to human and animal feces and urine can result in more concerns beyond just bacteria. If not cleaned and sanitized correctly, it can lead to other health complications such as respiratory problems, skin infections, gastrointestinal illnesses, food poisoning, and leptospirosis (a potentially fatal bacterial infection).

If you come into contact with human or animal feces, it's essential to wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. If you have any open cuts or wounds, you should avoid contact as it can easily lead to infection.

 

If you suspect feces or urine on your property, it's important to call a professional team like Bio-One of Poway. We can safely and discreetly remove all traces of feces, urine, and other biohazardous materials from humans or animals. We will also clean and disinfect the area to prevent any further spread of disease.

Gross filth, fecal matter and sewage in bathroom. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

Common diseases caused by exposure to fecal matter and urine

 

Many different diseases can be caused by exposure to human and animal feces and urine. These include but are not limited to:

 

Hepatitis A - Found in animal and human feces, this virus can cause severe liver damage.

 

E. coli & Salmonella - Bacterias most often contracted from contaminated water or food; they may also be found in animal feces.

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Rotavirus - A highly contagious virus that causes diarrhea and vomiting, it is often found in young children.

 

Norovirus - Another highly contagious virus that causes diarrhea and vomiting, it is often found in cruise ships and other close quarters.

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, significant accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Recovery Services 

 

  • Crime and trauma scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible. 

PPE worn by Bio-One technicians. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. Our feces and urine cleaning services are available 24/7, 365 days a year. We have the expertise to remove and safely dispose of clutter and debris from your home or office. Give us a call at 858-261-4527.

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

What to Do In case of a Sewage Backup Emergency In Your Home

Sewage backups are a severe problem that can occur in residential and commercial properties at any time. They are caused by clogged toilets, sink drains, and sewer lines. When sewage backs up into homes or businesses, it can cause extensive damage to the property and create a biohazardous situation that can pose a serious health risk to humans and animals.

 

If you have a sewage backup, you should first call a professional cleanup and restoration company like Bio-One of Poway. We are experts in dealing with sewage backups and will work quickly to get your life back to normal. We will assess the damage, clean up the affected areas, and restore the property to its pre-accident condition.

What are sewage backups, and what causes them?

 

Sewage backups are water damage that occurs when sewage or other contaminated water enters your home or business. Heavy rains, clogged sewer lines, or faulty sump pumps are the common problems with sanitary sewers.

Organic garbage in sink food waste. Photo credit: @dogorasun - Freepik.

What should you do if you have a sewage backup?

 

If you have a sewage backup, it is important to act quickly and safely. First, try to identify the source of the problem and stop it if possible. If the sewage is coming from a clogged toilet, for example, flush the bathroom toilet several times to see if that clears the blockage. If the backup is coming from the drain line, turn off the water to the affected area.

 

Once you have stopped the source of the sewer backup, it is important to start cleanup immediately. Sewer backups can cause extensive damage to your home or business, so it is important to call in professional help as soon as possible.

Technician plumber using a wrench pipe. Photo credit: @eakrin - Freepik.

What can you do to prevent problems in your main sewer line?

 

Routine maintenance is the key to keeping your sanitary sewer running correctly.

 

Have your septic tank pumped every three to five years. Pumping removes the sludge and scum from the bottom of the tank that, if left untreated, can clog your drain field.

 

Get rid of tree roots. Tree roots are the number one cause of sewer line cracks, and they can grow into and through cracks in your pipes, causing blockages.

If you have trees on your property, have the root zone treated with an herbicide every few years to keep roots from growing into your sewer lines.

 

Install a backwater valve. A backwater valve is a one-way valve that allows sewage to flow out of your home but not back in. A backwater valve can prevent backups in homes or businesses if you live in an area prone to flooding.

 

Sewage backups are messy and dangerous. Simple preventive measures can help keep your home's sanitary sewers running correctly and avoid a blockage. If you experience a sewage backup, call Bio-One for professional and reliable cleanup services.

Concrete storm sewer pipes are blocked by garbage. Photo credit: @user3222645 - Freepik.

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to react to unanticipated events like death, major accidents, and hazardous situations. In the following areas of San Diego County, we provide cleaning and restoration services:

Recovery Services

 

  • Crime and trauma scene cleanup

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Suicide cleanup

  • Homicide cleanup

  • Unattended death cleanup

  • Biohazard cleanup

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleanup

  • Mold remediation

  • Odor removal

  • Virus Disinfection

  • Fentanyl cleanup

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination

  • Sewage backup cleanup

  • Medical Waste disposal

Hoarding Cleanup Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleanup

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleanup

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleanup

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible.

 

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. We are available 24/7 to provide a trustworthy, reliable service. 

 

Our sewage backup cleaning service is available for you or your loved one. We have the expertise and equipment to remove and safely dispose of any clutter, debris, and garbage from your home or office. Give us a call at 858-261-4527. Bio-One is here for you.

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

Point Checklist: How Much is Hoarding Affecting Your Life?

From cluttered spaces, limited mobility, and biohazardous materials, hoarding situations need to be addressed with a strong desire to help the individuals get their life back on track while understanding that hoarding is, in fact, a mental health condition. It deserves the attention and support from professionals to control and overcome it.

 

Bio-One is a professional cleaning company specializing in hoarding cleaning and clutter removal. Our certified technicians are trained to handle these sensitive situations, as we understand that dealing with hoarding is not easy and may be overwhelming.

Severely cluttered property. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

How Much is Hoarding Affecting Your Life?

 

If you or someone you know, maybe a neighbor or a family member, are struggling with hoarding disorder, we urge you to reach out and get the needed help before it's too late. Here are some signs that may help you discover how much hoarding may be affecting their lives:

 

There is a constant difficulty throwing anything away, no matter how old or unused it may be.

 

Hoarders feel the need to save and keep piling up items, even if they don't seem to have a real purpose. This dangerous behavior typically results in severely cluttered areas and multiple health hazards.

The living space is cluttered to the point where it's difficult to move around or use rooms as intended.

 

Hoarding often restricts movement within the home and may even make some house areas completely unusable. The accumulation of clothing, books, magazines, food, and even animals creates a risk of accidental falls, fire, and damage to the house. It's also challenging to keep a clean and safe environment when there's so much clutter.

 

If you or someone you know needs help, consider hiring Bio-One's hoarding cleanup service to assist them in taking care of the situation.

Piles of garbage and debris. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

The inability to keep up with basic cleanings, such as regularly doing laundry, dishes, or taking out the trash.

 

The cleanup process can be emotionally and physically overwhelming for someone struggling with hoarding. It can be difficult to let go of items, even if they are dirty or no longer helpful. A hoarder's home is usually cluttered and full of garbage, attracting rotten food, rodents, cockroaches, and other pests and dead animals and creating unsanitary living conditions.

 

The person's hobbies and interests fall by the wayside in favor of acquiring and holding onto things.

 

The person's hobbies and interests fall by the wayside in favor of acquiring and holding onto things. This can include material possessions but also may manifest as a need to be in control or to have power over others. The individual becomes fixated on what they have, and losing anything – even something as small as a favored trinket – can be experienced as a significant blow.

 

Must read: Is it Hoarding, Clutter, Collecting, or Squalor?

Piles of trash, empty boxes, and debris. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

It's common for hoarders to feel ashamed of their reality.

 

Hoarding can lead to feelings of insecurity and anxiety, as well as paranoia and mistrust of others. The person may go to great lengths to protect their things or keep others from taking them away. In extreme cases, this may even lead to hoarding behavior.

 

The focus on acquiring and holding onto things can come at the expense of other aspects of the person's life. Their relationships may suffer as they become more isolated and withdrawn, and they may have trouble keeping a job or may constantly be in conflict with others.

Hoarding Disorder: When to Seek Professional Help

 

A few different approaches can be taken to treat hoarding disorder. The most crucial step is to seek professional help, as hoarders often need assistance in dealing with their condition.

 

One approach is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, which can help hoarders change their thought patterns and behaviors around acquiring and holding onto things. This type of therapy can be done in individual or group settings and often includes exposure and response prevention, which helps the hoarder slowly confront their fears and learn to let go of things.

Decluttered and clean property. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

Another approach is medication, which can help treat the underlying anxiety and depression that may contribute to the hoarding behavior. Anti-anxiety medication, antidepressant medication, and mood stabilizers are often prescribed, though this is strictly under professional guidance

Decluttered and clean living room. Photo credit: Bio-One of Poway.

Hoarding Cleanup - How Bio-One Can Help

 

If you see any of these signs in yourself or someone you know, please reach out for help. 

 

Hoarding is a serious problem that can ruin lives and tear families apart. The good news is that there is help available. Bio-One is the leading hoarding cleanup company, and we are here to help you or your loved one get through the dangers and hazards associated with hoarding safely and effectively.

HELP FIRST, BUSINESS SECOND!

 

Bio-One is always ready to respond to unforeseen circumstances such as death, severe accidents, and hazardous situations. We provide industry-leading cleaning and restoration services in the following areas of San Diego County:

Recovery Services

 

  • Crime scene cleaning services

  • Blood and bodily fluids cleaning services

  • Suicide cleaning services

  • Homicide cleaning services

  • Unattended death cleaning services

  • Biohazard cleaning services

  • Feces and bodily fluids cleaning services

  • Mold remediation services

  • Odor removal services

  • Virus Disinfection services

  • Fentanyl cleaning services

  • Emergency vehicle decontamination services

  • Sewage backup cleanup services

  • Medical Waste disposal services

Hoarding Cleanup Services

 

  • Hoarding cleanup services

  • Animal hoarding cleaning

  • Junk removal

  • Deep cleaning 

  • Gross filth cleaning

  • Hazardous waste removal

  • Homeless encampment cleaning

Your Local Last Responder for Life's Most Difficult Situations

 

Bio-One is the finest choice for assisting victims and their families if a suicide, homicide, unattended death, crime scene, or traumatic situation occurs. In addition to emergency services, Bio-One, a locally-owned company, also offers biohazard cleanup services for commercial and residential properties.

 

We understand that biohazardous material can be a great source of stress for property owners, so we work quickly and efficiently to minimize the disruption it causes.

 

We collaborate with local law enforcement, neighborhoods, emergency services personnel, victim support organizations, hoarding task forces, apartment complexes, insurance company carriers, and others to provide the best service possible.

 

Proudly Serving San Diego County & Surrounding Communities

 

We proudly serve the following San Diego County, CA cities and surrounding communities: Cardiff, Del Mar, Descanso, El Cajon, Encinitas, Escondido, Julian, La Jolla, Lakeside, Mount Laguna, Poway, Ramona, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Santee, and Solana Beach.

Bio-One of Poway is a proud member of the Poway Chamber of Commerce. We are available 24/7 to provide a trustworthy, reliable service. 

 

Our hoarding cleaning service is available for you or your loved one. We have the expertise and equipment necessary to remove and safely dispose of any clutter, debris, and garbage from your home or office. Give us a call at 858-261-4527. Bio-One is here for you.

Published by:

Rafael Alemán.

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