Bio-One is here to help in your greatest time of need



Our clients choose us for our proven expertise in providing prompt, professional crime scene clean up services and restoring property to its original condition. Bio-One specializes in all types of clean up including blood cleaning, death cleaning, murder clean up, suicide clean up, crime scene clean up and homicide clean up in the Mesa Area and throughout Arizona.


Bio-One services all types of trauma, distressed property, and biohazard scenes in communities throughout Mesa Area.
We are your crime scene cleaners dedicated to assisting law enforcement, public service agencies and property owners/managers in restoring property that has been contaminated as a result of crime, disaster or misuse.



crime scene clean up company owner Kurt Draper

Kurt Draper is co-owner of Bio One Mesa. Kurt was born in Idaho Falls Idaho. He enlisted in the Navy and soon decided to make the military his first career. After 26 yrs active duty service he went to Golf Academy of America, Phoenix where he graduated with an Associates of Applied Business. He worked in the golf industry for 1 year before going into business with his brother Scott. Kurt has spent most of his life serving others and felt very comfortable with his transition into Bio One as his second career choice. Intrigued and by the idea of helping others during what could be the worst day of their lives or having the ability to help another person in a hoarding situation have a new start was a perfect fit for him. Kurt is married to Nancy and lives near Phoenix with their two dogs. Kurt and Nancy also have a daughter (Judith) and 5 grandsons who live in Wisconsin.

Scott Draper is co-owner of Bio One Mesa. Scott was born in Blackfoot Idaho. He trained and received his commercial drivers license In 1992 and was an over the road truck driver for 25 years and owned his own business. Because of his integrity, customers knew they could count on Scott to get the load there safeMaricopa, Pinally and on time. Due to a suicide and then a hoarding situation in the family, Scott has developed compassion for these conditions and knows he and his crew will help other people attain clean homes and safe environments in which to live. Scott has two grown daughters who live in Minnesota and Washington state. He lives with his wife of 27 years in Phoenix Arizona.