Residential Document Shredding
Identity Theft: It Can Happen To You
If your personal shredder is not keeping up with the volume, we can help. Bring your personal documents to our facility* during business hours and, we will confidentially destroy them for a nominal fee. You can enjoy the added benefit of not pulling out staples or paper clips, too!
What should I shred?
- Any documents that contain Social Security numbers, birth dates, mother's maiden name etc.
- Account numbers or online passwords
- Pre-approved credit card applications
- Personal medical records including insurance forms
- Tax preparation worksheets & correspondence
- Credit or debit card information (statements, correspondence, cards, receipts)
- Utility bills
- Pay stubs
- Cancelled checks and bank statements
- Expired insurance documents
Here's what you do:
Bring your personal documents in grocery bags or cardboard boxes. You will receive a receipt for your records and we take of the rest. Call us today at 330-753-8383 to receive a free price estimate and to schedule your service.
*To maintain security, there is no public access to the shredding operations for personal shredding services.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
CHECK OUT SOME OF OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS. IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS, JUST CONTACT US.
Question #1: Can I drop off anytime?
Answer: Yes! You can drop off anytime during normal business hours.
Question #3: Can I watch my documents being shredded?
Answer: To maintain security, there is no public access to the shredding operations.
Question #4: What happens after my documents are shredded?
Answer: We recycle the shredded paper.
Question #5: Is the shredding process secure?
Answer: Yes. Only our employees are allowed in the document shredding area. All operations are recorded with internal cameras.
Question #6: What type of payment do you accept?
Answer: We accept cash, check, and credit card.
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