In this digital age, we are storing more and more printed documents that we do not need anymore and probably have forgotten. It takes a lot of space, and it is also often full of private information. Paper shredding should become standard practice, at home as well as in the office. There are two solutions: either you buy a small paper shredder, or you look for a company that will do it for you, like Sunrise Sanitation Service. Here are the most important reasons why you should consider it.
Legal Side of Things
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has made it illegal for businesses and people to keep old documents containing account information, reports, credit checks, old credit cards, bills and any records of that sort. It does not mean, however, that you can throw them in the garbage. The best way to get rid of them is to shred them so that you are sure to stay out of any liability, facing the federal and state governments. So, you have an easy solution, call Sunrise Sanitation Service, we offer a confidential and friendly service, and will help you get rid of all these papers in no time.
You may think that your old documents are just trash; however, they could be very valuable to some people, like bank account statements, bills, old credit cards, etc. Some people know how to pull information out of these, even if you think they are outdated, and use it to steal your ID from you, and eventually money. Take it all to the shredder, be safe.
Get rid of all that clutter
Shredding old files and documents means available free space. All these old files are causing a lot of trash! It is recommended to keep certain records; however, it is not forever! All these useless old files can be shredded in no time, leaving free space for all your new paperwork. A little plus, remember that shredded paper is recycled!
At Sunrise Sanitation Services we work for the home as well as for industries and provide an efficient, clean service. Give us a call for more details and a quote. We work on demand paper shredding, or with scheduled shredding