Bio-One of Towson decontamination and biohazard cleaning services

Bio-One of Towson's Mission in Baltimore City's Low-Income Residences.

In the heart of Baltimore City, amidst its diverse neighborhoods and bustling streets, lies several hidden struggles that often goes unnoticed. One of such challenges is hoarding in low-income residences. For those affected, the accumulation of possessions can become overwhelming, posing serious health and safety risks. In such situations, the intervention of compassionate professionals is crucial, and this is where Bio-One of Towson steps in.

Understanding the Challenge

Hoarding is a complex mental health issue characterized by the excessive acquisition of items and difficulty discarding them for various reasons (extreme psychological attachment, physical disability, among others), leading to cluttered living spaces. In low-income areas, hoarding can be exacerbated by limited resources and support systems. Residents may lack access to proper cleaning supplies, financial means to seek help, or awareness of available assistance.

Empathetic Approach

Bio-One of Towson recognizes that hoarding cleanup goes beyond just removing clutter; it requires sensitivity, understanding, and a non-judgmental approach. Their team understands the emotional attachment individuals may have to their belongings and strives to create a safe and supportive environment throughout the cleanup process.

Tailored Solutions

Every hoarding situation is unique, requiring personalized solutions. Bio-One of Towson conducts thorough assessments to determine the scope of the cleanup and develop a comprehensive plan tailored to the specific needs of each residence. Whether it's addressing biohazards, restoring structural integrity, or coordinating with other support services, their goal is to restore the living space to a safe and habitable condition.

Community Impact

The impact of hoarding extends beyond the individual affected; it affects entire communities. Cluttered residences can attract pests, pose fire hazards, and compromise the well-being of neighbors. By addressing hoarding in low-income areas, Bio-One of Towson not only improves the living conditions of individuals but also contributes to the overall health and safety of the community.

Restoring Dignity

One of the core values of Bio-One of Towson is restoring dignity to those affected by hoarding. They understand that individuals facing hoarding disorder may feel isolated and ashamed, and they approach each cleanup with respect and compassion. By restoring cleanliness and order to the residence, they aim to empower individuals to regain control of their lives and live with dignity.

Raising Awareness

In addition to their cleanup efforts, Bio-One of Towson is committed to raising awareness about hoarding as a mental health problem and the resources available for those in need. They collaborate with local organizations, mental health professionals, and community leaders to educate the public and reduce the stigma surrounding hoarding.


Bio-One of Towson's work in cleaning up hoarding in low-income residences in Baltimore City is more than just a service; it is a mission rooted in compassion, empathy, and community support. By providing tailored solutions, restoring dignity, and raising awareness, they are making a positive impact on the lives of individuals and the community as a whole. In a city where every resident deserves a safe and healthy living environment, Bio-One of Towson is a beacon of hope, shining light into the shadows of hoarding disorder.

B.O.T.S. Training has a new protocol during the pandemic. Desks are placed 6 feet apart for safe distancing while in training. Pictured here are our new offices suited up and ready to do a mock scene.

Join us in welcoming three new California offices (Poway, Pasadena, and Temecula) and certified technicians for Houston South, Reno, Akron and Gwinnett County. Welcome aboard!

Bio-One franchises have been offering goodies and disinfecting baskets to local victim advocates, PD’s, property managers. Great job Jen and John Symons in Charlotte. This is a great way to offer support to local organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Welcome to our last month's B.O.T.s training crew! Bio-One is proud to announce a new Atlantic City location as well as technicians from Dayton, Huntsville, and Tampa getting certified! Great job to our new franchise and technicians!

If you know of someone in need of our services, please take a look at our locations to find the nearest Bio-One office near you. Stay safe!

Purchasing a Franchise

Buying a franchise offers entrepreneurs an opportunity to work on their own terms. But deciding which company to invest in can be a complicated process. After spending countless hours exploring businesses that meet your criteria, you want to find a company that will help you on your journey and grant you the freedom to control your destiny. At Bio-One, we give our franchisees this power. But we also offer something that most companies cannot. Our industry allows you to help people during their greatest time of need. When first responders leave the scene of a suicide or homicide, we are the hands that help lift families, friends and loved one’s back onto their feet. We also curb the spread of infectious diseases, remove safety hazards in hoarding situations and eliminate threats to life and property. Entrepreneur Magazine named us one of the top 100 franchises of 2018 because we know what we’re doing, and we have over 20 years of experience to back it up. We’re also one of the fastest growing franchises in the nation and continue to be recognized by business publications like Entrepreneur Startup’s Magazine, Franchise Dictionary Magazine and for our yearly achievements. To get started with purchasing a Bio-One franchise, you’ll need to contact our Franchise Help Line at 720-463-3004.

We will connect you with a franchisor to discuss hiring needs, marketing programs and our business model. They will tell you that we attribute our success to a singular goal: Helping people recover on the worst day of their lives. Receiving a call from a client is a moment of extreme sensitivity. The person on the other end of the line is likely in a state of shock, having just lost their loved one unexpectedly—and often in a violent manner. They generally do not want to negotiate prices while they are worried about how they are going to restore their lives. That’s why we do not require payment until after services are conducted. An hour after the first call, our team of technicians arrive on site to focus on assisting the family when they need help the most—right after the first respondents leave. Although we train in biohazard remediation, we prioritize the emotional wellbeing of our clients by conducting our work with compassion, empathy and integrity. Our motto, “Help first, business second,” is a testament to this commitment.

After we discuss the role with you in detail, candidates will meet the team at one of our corporate offices to and see what the job looks like firsthand. If we feel you are the right match for the position, we will equip you with all the resources you need to be successful. But training and support at Bio-One never ends. When you become a franchisee, our corporate team will be available 24/7 to provide you with all the marketing plans, network referrals and vendor relationships you need to be successful. Reach out to us anytime of the day and we’ll be happy to assist you. 

Bio-One Inc. is the first crime and trauma scene cleaning franchise, operating in 35 States with over 90 locations. Bio-One is committed to providing excellent service in recovery and suicide cleanup, homicide cleanup, hoarding situations, junk removal, deceased animal recovery, feces removal, pest and rodent droppings and much more. Each office is independently owned and operated by a member of the local community. For more information about becoming a Bio-One franchisee, visit us at and follow us on Facebook and Twitter