Your Local Virus & Bacteria Disinfection Experts
The health and safety of you and your loved ones is our priority.
For many, a disinfected surface can make a life-altering difference. Leaving this job to a professional at Bio-One of St. George guarantees the most thorough disinfection and sanitization available. Regardless of the setting: home, vehicle, community, or business, we can handle all of your virus and bacteria disinfection requests.
The Bio-One Virus & Bacteria Disinfection Process
We believe in efficiency. That’s why we train our cleaning technicians to use the proper disinfectant products and procedures including all regulations set by OSHA and the CDC.
Each disinfection project we handle is different. We are experts with various products and procedures that maximize the effectiveness of Bio-One’s disinfectant treatment. Whether we’re treating:
- C. Diff
- Or Other Bacterial or Viral Fungus
We know how to effectively disinfect your space and keep your family safe and healthy. This is something we teach our team members and use to our advantage.
We’re available 24/7. Anytime, anyday, we’ll be there to help you.
Even if nothing has happened yet, why wait? We offer proactive cleaning, which minimizes the transmission of emerging viral pathogens.
We’ve been a part of the St. George, UT community for many years now and are proud to help keep it clean. We strive to make a difference in your lives. We truly care. As the owner of this business, I, Kasey Preston, can promise that you’ll receive the best help available from the professionals at Bio-One of St. George.
Make Sure Your Area Is Ready for Flu Season
Want to make sure this holiday season isn’t plagued with sickness this year? Talk to a Bio-One of St. George disinfection expert and see how we can make sure your space is safe for even the most at-risk family members this year.
*Bio-One of St. George’s cleaning protocol suppresses the spread and threat of coronavirus. However, there is no cleaning method in the world that guarantees total elimination of pathogens.