Got Shredding?

Seems that all of my clients are gathering paper for shredding right now. Must be something in the spring air (yes, spring finally looks like it might arrive here along the North Coast!)

I recently spoke with Dana Mueller at the Shredding Network in Wickcliffe, Ohio about doing some shredding work for a few of my clients.  Because I’m guessing at least some of my readers in NorthEastern Ohio are also gathering shredding this month I thought I’d pass along Shredding Network’s information.  Using a service like Shredding Network can make a difference if you don’t have the time or inclination to shred papers for hours on end and if you’d rather not burn out motors on shredders like the one pictured above.

Shredding Network charges a very reasonable $5.00 per box and/or bag for residential shredding. For an additional $25.00 fee to cover the labor costs they’ll come to your home.  They do ask residents move their boxes to an easy access area (garage, patio, etc) and Dana noted additional labor charges may be applied for steps, attics, etc.  The best part about using Shredding Network is that you don’t have to remove staples, paperclips, rubberbands,  or binder clips from your papers. Please note: no garbage or plastic can be mixed in with the paper.

Shredding Network regularly participates in community shredding events in their service area.  They don’t publicize this information on their website but you can obtain it by calling their office.

The Shredding Network’s service area is vast: West to Toledo, East to Youngstown and Erie, PA, and South to Columbus.  For more information on Shredding Network and all of their services, which include hard-drive and laptop shredding (Wow, that must be some kind of shredder!) , please check out their website .    


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