This study describes biofilm formation as a non line-of-sight coating method on support materials such as polyurethane foam, porous glass, polypropylene (PP) and titanium alloy, using a Serratia sp., which can manufacture extracellular nanoscale scaffolded hydroxyapatite (HA) crystals via enzymatic cleavage of glycerol 2-phosphate (G2P) in the presence of CaCl2. Various microscopies and non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging were used to visualize the biofilm coating on the support surface. A novel micromanipulation technique was used to estimate the adhesive strength of native and HA-mineralized biofilms. The biofilm with HA was up to forty times stronger than that without HA. A coating of nano-HA (> 80 m) onto a biofilm-Ti disc was achieved.