Paper shredding is easy—but figuring out the right way to shred paper can be a challenge. Use these tips and tricks on residential document shredding to help you figure out the best service to use.
We’ll show you how to dispose of your personal records securely, and if you choose to purchase a personal shredder for your home, we offer some tips on how to choose the right shredder for your needs.
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When you’re ready to open up some space and properly dispose of your documents, residential mobile shredding is the way to go.
There are countless ways to shred paper. Just tearing it apart is a great solution for a page or two but obviously doesn’t scale to the size of a stack of junk mail. When you have more than just a few papers, you may want to consider your shredding options.
Not everything you hear about document shredding is true. Here’s 10 myths that are commonly associated with document shredding—and the truths behind them.
This infographic will show you some of the documents you should hold on (and how long they need to be held) for your personal records.
Have you ever broken a shredder? Most shredders are poorly engineered and built with plastic gears, leading to difficulties with handling the load and low shredder lifespans.
While there’s plenty of reasons why a shredding service is a cheaper and safer option; we understand some people have the time to spend shredding themselves. This article will give you the down and dirty on paper shredders—what you need to know so you can find the shredder that will work best for you.
Find a Residential Shredding Company to Meet Your Needs
Shred Nations can help you figure out the service that best suits your shredding project. We offer mobile shredding services, drop off shredding, and even Ship N’ Shred as ways to dispose of your personal documents quickly, efficiently, and securely.
Call Shred Nations at (800) 747-3365 or fill out the form to the right to get free, no-obligation quotes from shredding service providers in your area that will work with you to make sure your documents are shredded securely.