Homeowners insurance often covers biohazard remediation. The Bio-One billing team can assist filing and submitting homeowner's insurance claims.
If homeowners insurance is available, Bio-One will ask for the following information to begin the claim process:
The name of the individual on the insurance policy.
Business name of the insurance provider.
The insurance policy number.
This is the date when the event that caused the damage or loss occurred.
Typically, insurance will pay the full amount, less the deductible. Homeowners or the insured will then be responsible for paying the deductible
Bio-One will visit the property to evaluate the situation and provide a remediation plan. Because insurance isn’t involved, we will work with the homeowner or next of kin directly to negotiate pricing and best next steps to help.
At Bio-One, we make it a point to learn your goals and create an estimate that meets your expectations.
To do this, we will visit your property and tour the impacted areas. During this estimate, we’ll:
To provide accurate estimates, it’s critical we visit the property in person. A few of the things our teams evaluate are: