Bio-One of Fremont decontamination and biohazard cleaning services

Navigating Bio-One of Fremont's Transparent Pricing Policy for Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties

In challenging situations like biohazard cleanup or hoarding scenarios, understanding the costs involved is paramount. At Bio-One Fremont, we recognize the importance of transparency in pricing, and we're here to demystify our pricing structure for you.

A common query we receive over the phone is, "Can you tell me how much it will cost to…?" The truth is, every job location is unique in size, square footage, and degree of impact, making it difficult to provide a fixed cost upfront.

However, we are committed to providing clear answers to this question. Upon your request, Bio-One Fremont typically responds in under 60 minutes to your site to develop a detailed project plan and estimate – all at no charge to you.

Here's how we determine our pricing:

  1. Expected Time on the Job Site: We meticulously estimate the time needed to complete the task based on its complexity and the specific requirements of each situation.
  2. Materials and Equipment Required: Our pricing accounts for the materials and specialized equipment necessary for the safe and effective execution of the job.
  3. Disposal Fees: Proper disposal of biohazardous waste is of utmost importance. Hence, our pricing includes any associated disposal fees to ensure compliance with regulations and environmental standards.
  4. Work Required to Meet Your Goals: Every situation is distinct, and we customize our approach to fulfill your unique objectives and needs. Our pricing reflects the level of work necessary to achieve the desired outcome.

When you choose Bio-One Fremont, you can expect complete transparency and clarity in our pricing. We provide a detailed, line-item quote that comprehensively outlines our plan and associated costs. This empowers you to make informed decisions about our services with confidence.

Understanding that unforeseen expenses can be overwhelming, we offer financing options for every job. We firmly believe that everyone deserves access to the support they need without financial strain. Our financing options provide flexibility and peace of mind for our customers.

At Bio-One Fremont, our top priority is to deliver compassionate, professional, and effective services to our community. Our pricing structure reflects our unwavering commitment to providing high-quality results while ensuring transparency and affordability for our customers.

Should you have any further questions about our pricing or services, please don't hesitate to reach out. We're here to assist you every step of the way.

Bio-One Homeless Encampment, Rescuing Cats, Donating to Police Officer

Bio-One teams across the U.S. answer calls to help their communities and remediate a variety of scenes. In our new blog series, we'd like to bring you into the Bio-One world by sharing stories of the unique and important work we do for local communities.

Here is Week 1 of our Bio-One Weekly Wrap-Up. 

Homeless Encampment Clean-Up - Temecula, CA

On the west coat, the Bio-One team was called by the Hemet San Jacinto Chamber of Commerce to safely decontaminate an area outside their office. With homelessness on the rise, there is in increase of biohazardous waste that is sadly starting to accumulate in zones of our cities. 

While Bio-One teams have been actively remediating homeless encampments for decades, we just refreshed this information on our Bio-One website. View it here

"We are actively looking for partnerships to help keep our cities clean and safe for children and families." - Jason and William, Bio-One Owners

COVID-19 Disinfection to Raise Money for Local Police Sgt. - Asheville, NC

In the fall of 2020, it was announced that Jax, the 3 year-old son of Sgt. Jordan Warren at the Henderson County Sheriff's Office, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer. Sgt. Warren has served the community in Henderson County for 10 years, and the community has rallied on his behalf by donating thousands of dollars for the family in their time of need. 

To help raise money, the Bio-One team in Asheville raffled off a COVID-19 disinfection, up to 5,000 sqft for any home or business. The raffle ran through January 2021 and raised over $600. This week, the team happily treated the winner, Strong Hand Fitness, to the disinfection. 

"Police officers and their families make big sacrifices to serve their community, most of which go unseen. So, when first responder families are in need, we want to help anyway we can. We wish the entire Warren family the best as Jax continues his fight." - Matt Gregg, Bio-One Owner

Cat Rescue - Flagstaff, Arizona

In January, the Bio-One team in Flagstaff answered the call to remediate an unattended death. They learned from the next of kin that a husband had passed away in the home while his wife, at the time, was fighting for her life at the local hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

Once the team arrived, it was clear this would be a multi-day job. Not only was there a biohazard to remediate, but the home was hoarded and restoring the home to a safe environment was an urgent need. While working, the Bio-One crew identified three cats lingering in and around the home. Initially, it was assumed one cat was owned by the family, and the other two were part of the neighborhood. The first cat, nicknamed Hunter, was given to the Ark Cat Sanctuary for a checkup and to eventually find a new home. In the spirit of kindness, the team also provided food and water for the other two neighborhood cats when working onsite. 

Several weeks passed, and the Bio-One team received word that the wife had sadly lost her life due to complications from COVID-19. The next of kin asked the team to revisit the home and remove remaining items. Shortly after work began, the two neighborhood cats were found. It was then revealed that the two animals were owned by the deceased couple. After living off the land for months, they were rescued by the Bio-One team and turned over to the Ark Cat Sanctuary for care. We hope each animal finds a loving home. 

"We are very fortunate that our staff and owners have a heart for animals and will do whatever they can to help the pets like we do our clients." - Rebecca Wallace, Bio-One Owner

First stage of human decomposition:

The body will take on rigor mortis, begin cell death, and attract insects. This will be the first few days.

Bloating:

The body will become discolored and expanding gases can create a messy explosion.

Decay:

Liquid leaves the body, skin becomes black, organs and bones break down.

Body decomposition is an extremely pungent, messy, and germ-infested process. Even after a body is taken away, there is a lot of cleaning and santizing that should be handled by trained professionals with proper chemicals and equipment. Please contact us immediately and we will remedy the situation.

Discovering an unattended death usually happens between loved ones or friends/neighbors. When this happens, it's both shocking and overwhelming. You may feel like you need to move the body or cleanup the area. Coming into contact with decomposition is not a safe option if you're not properly trained to do so. 

Don't ever feel like you need to be the one to clean a death of a loved one. This can be an emotionally taxing endeavour as well as dangerous if done incorrectly. Bio-One is trained to come in and take care of this for you. We are discreet, thorough, and compassionate. All of our technicians are trained to make sure everything is both cleaned and disinfected so you don't have to think about it. 

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