Northern Virginia Offsite Shredding Services

Potomac River Arlington, Northern Virginia secure offsite shredding servicesDo you have a tremendous amount of boxes filled with papers and files that need to be destroyed? So much so that you’re not sure a mobile shredding truck would do the trick? For those businesses that seem to compile so much paperwork that a mobile shredding truck doesn’t seem like an adequate solution, then an offsite shredding service may be your answer.

An offsite document shredding uses industrial-sized shredding machines to dispose of larger projects. Each machine can easily destroy up to 20,000 lbs. of papers per hour, making a monstrous project much more simple than expected. Offsite shredding services from Shred Nations Northern Virginia add an extra level of convenience to your project as well.

Having to gather all of your files and boxes together before figuring out how you’re going to transport them to be destroyed can take up a lot of time, and as a business owner, you likely don’t have a lot of time to spend. Rather than spending hours compiling and transporting numerous boxes, an offsite shredding service takes these responsibilities off your hands.

Offsite shredding companies are able to come to you to pick up your project and take it to an offsite shredding plant, saving you all of that time to spend on other aspects of your business. Shred Nations offers offsite destruction solutions to businesses throughout Northern Virginia. We are able to serve you regardless of how often you may need shredding services, including:

For more information or to request a quote on an offsite shredding solution for your business, simply fill out the form on the right or give us a call at (703) 348-6233.

Steps in the Offsite Shredding Process

Are you interested in an offsite destruction service, but still not sure how it works? Here are the steps taken throughout the process:

1. To get started, either give us a call at (703) 348-6233 or fill out the form on the right. One of our experts will be happy to clear up any further questions you may have, and will help to find you the best options for offsite shredding contractors in Northern Virginia. These companies will contact you with estimated quotes for your project.

2. The company of your choice will provide you with secure, locking bins in which you will store the documents that need to be disposed of.

3. However often you need services, your shredding company will come by to pick up the bins and take them to an offsite shredding plant to be destroyed. They will never come into physical or visual contact with your documents.

4. Your files will be sent through the industrial shredder and then recycled. You will receive a Certificate of Destruction stating the details of every project.

Are Offsite Shredding Services Secure?

What would be the point of hiring a destruction service if you aren’t sure of the security of your information? With Shred Nations Northern Virginia, you can rest assured that your project will be completed following the most secure and reliable guidelines. Our shredding contractors are required to abide by all federal and Virginia state laws regarding the proper destruction of confidential information. Some companies have even gone so far as to receive a NAID AAA Certification, which takes their security measures a step further because of its strict qualifications. The security of your document destruction project is vital to the reputation of your business. Here at Shred Nations, we understand this and want to help you with finding the company that will make you feel the most comfortable.

Estimated Cost of Offsite Shredding Services

Utilizing an offsite shredding service not only saves you time, but it can also save you some money as well. A mobile shredding truck can cost around $100, and with a larger volume of paperwork it’s possible that a truck may not be able to take care of your whole project. Offsite destruction solutions usually cost around $85 and can easily handle hundreds of pounds of papers. You also don’t have to stress about the time spent getting everything together or transporting all of it to a different location. Offsite shredding allows you to spend less time on something that you no longer need, and more time to focus on improving in other areas of your business.

Call Us for Your Free, Personalized Quote on an Offsite Shredding Service!

Shred Nations offers offsite destruction solutions to businesses throughout the Northern Virginia area. If you have a large shredding project for your business and are not sure where to turn, we are the ones to call. To get started with free quotes for your project, fill out the form on the right or give us a call at (703) 348-6233. Our network of experts is standing by to answer any further questions you may have. We are dedicated to helping you find the perfect document destruction company that will be sure to have your project completed as quickly and securely as possible.

Shred Nations Northern Virginia
4393 Kevin Walker Dr
Montclair, VA 22025
(703) 348-6233
Email: montclair@shrednations.com

Our normal operating hours are Monday–Friday from 9:30AM to 6:30PM, and Saturday from 10:00AM to 4:00PM EST.

Shred Nations also proudly offers our shredding services to the following cities throughout the greater Northern Virginia region: Alexandria, Arlington, Ashburn, Berryville, Centreville, Chantilly, Fairfax, Falls Church, Frederick, Fredericksburg, Front Royal, Herndon, Leesburg, Manassas, McLean, Reston, Springfield, Sterling, Stephens City, Strasburg, Vienna, Winchester, Woodbridge, and More.

Additional Offsite Shredding Resources

What is “Offsite Paper Shredding”?—An in-depth look at Shred Nations Northern Virginia’s offsite shredding process, as well as some of the advantages this service option can offer consumers.

Is Offsite Document Shredding Safe?—Covers the various benefits of offsite shredding, as well as the steps shredding companies take to ensure your documents are properly shredded at a secure offsite shredding facility.

Do You Need Onsite or Offsite Shredding?—A breakdown of both onsite and offsite shredding to help you decide what type of shredding service will work best for your project size and budget.