This is a catch-all section for everything related to shredding. We help explain some of our services, discuss security, and help provide insight and tips on which service to use.

We offer details about anything that might not particularly fit in another category, but is still valuable information to you for your business.

Spring cleaning

Spring Cleaning & Secure Shredding Options

Now that spring is officially here, it’s time to start thinking about spring cleaning. After yet another long winter cooped up and social distancing, it’s time to emerge from our homes and get rid of all that clutter we’ve accumulated. However, getting rid of some items isn’t as simple...
Moving boxes in driveway

Moving Season Tips & Data Destruction

It’s no secret that moving is one of the most stressful things a person can do. For most of us, it’s something we’ll all experience in our lives, probably more than once. What many people don’t realize, is moving can expose you to identity theft in a number of...
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What Factors Go Into the Final Cost of Shredding

Ranging from your location to your scheduling needs, there are numerous factors that can impact the final cost of shredding services. As a result, it’s important you keep things like how much you have to shred in mind because based on those various cost factors you may want to...

Fun Ways to Use Shredded Paper

Making sure that your secure documents are destroyed is extremely important.  What should you do with your shredded paper though?  Although there is always the option to recycle everything, can’t that paper be used to do something fun??  Here are a few ideas that will help you put that...

Incinerating vs Shredding

When you have even just a box or two of paperwork that you need to destroy in order to protect yourself, you have a few different options on how to handle this destruction. The most popular way to destroy your paperwork is to have it shredded.  Another way that...

Fun Shredding Facts

Shredding your paperwork is extremely important as we all know, but what are some cool things about paper shredding? Did you know that anything you put out in the trash is technically considered public property?  The second you put your trash outside anyone is legally allowed to dig through...