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How Bio-One Can Help

We are invested in community well-being, and we perform our cleaning services with compassion and discretion.

We understand the importance of developing trust with our clients as we are invited into their homes.

We are here to help.
At Bio-One, we live in the communities we serve and do what we do because we truly care.

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What to Expect

Before we begin the cleaning process, we will talk with you to learn your goals. We’ll evaluate details about your particular situation, including:

What you hope the outcome of the cleaning will be (staying in the home, selling the home, etc.).
If you would like to be present on-site during the cleaning (we encourage you to have a loved one, friend, or therapist with you to help make decisions, sort through items, or even simply observe).
If there are animals present in the home.
If you would like our technicians to find and preserve valuable items in your home.
If we can help you donate unneeded items.
If we can disinfect affected areas.
If you need a support person like a friend or family member to be there for you during the cleaning process.

We will also obtain a work order document to give our technicians permission to work on your property and a property retention document so we know which items you would like to save.

Every technician working on your property will be familiar with this document so we know what to keep an eye out for.

Sometimes hiring someone can be a motivation for you to declutter in order to give them space to clean!

During the cleaning process, we will:
Order a temporary dumpster and abide by HOA, community, and city guidelines.
Travel to and from your home in unmarked vehicles for discretion.
Put on PPE in a private area such as a backyard or garage to protect your privacy.
Communicate with you either in person or via phone according to your preference when we have questions.
Perform a deep clean at the end of the process.

Favorite Cleaning Products from Bio-One Owners

Product: Holikme 22Piece Drill Brush Attachments Set Scrub Pads & Sponge, Buffing Pads, Power Scrubber Brush with Extend Long Attachment, Car Polishing Pad Kit

“Amazing tool. We use it on walls, cabinets, and appliances! Pretty much everything!”

— Bio-One of Duval County

Product: Estilo Ceiling Fan Duster - Long Ceiling Fan Cleaner Duster

“My crew loves these for fans!”

— Bio-One of Charlotte

Product: Simple Green

“Simple green works for microwave grease. Spray, shut it for 1 min and just wipe it off.”

— Bio-One of Milwaukee

Product: Magic Eraser

“Mr. Clean Magic Eraser for wall marks, baseboard and cabinet scuff marks, and so much more.”

— Bio-One of Denver

Home Cleaning Tips from Bio-One Owners

We have a cat, a dog, kids, and allergies. So I spend 30 minutes cleaning my home every morning, preparing my living/working space for a new day.

I do a quick pick-up, use the duster, use Windex to polish all high-contact surfaces, use my cordless Dyson vacuum, and finally I Swiffer the floor. I don’t allow my home to get dirty, therefore it’s easy to clean it.

Simple Green works well for microwave crease. Spray, shut it for one minute, and wipe it off. I use disinfecting wipes to wipe down my kitchen appliances a couple of times a week.

I used to hate cleaning my home, and the more I waited, the less I wanted to do it. This 30 minute technique worked for me for at least 10 years. I suggested it to some of our clients after big hoarding cleanups and some adapted it.

— All from Bio-One of Milwaukee

“Don’t forget the pantry when Spring cleaning. Get rid of all expired food.”

— Bio-One of Delaware

“Try to remove items from your cabinets, drawers, and closets so they are at least 25% empty. If it’s full of stuff, you’ll be less likely to put things away because it’s so much additional effort to cram it in there.”

— Bio-One of Gainesville

Here’s the Takeaway, and it
Won’t Take Up Space in
Your Home!

Remember, if you’re feeling like things have gotten a little out of hand, it’s okay, you’re with the majority of us.
Hoarding happens, it’s not a problem so long as you take actions to make sure things don’t progress any further towards a level 5.
If you’re reading this thinking I am a level 5, that’s no problem either! You’re now equipped with the knowledge of what’s required to get your home back.

Things We’ve Covered in Our Guide

What’s a normal level of clutter and why we let it happen
The value in staying organized and popular methods to do it

How to get started, involve your whole household

When it’s too much to handle alone and what to do then

How to Get Started

Sometimes hiring someone can be a motivation for you to declutter in order to give them space to clean!
Alternatively, fill out a service request on our website.

Our goal is to help you feel comfortable, safe, and respected.

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