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We are taking care to operate as normally as we can, whilst complying with government advice for business and our specific sector. We can still offer visits to your home or office to collect shredding, providing social distancing can be maintained
You can't be too careful with your personal data - fraudsters can use your discarded papers and receipts for identity theft and fraud. One way of helping you keep your personal information private is to shred your personal documents, receipts, bills, and statements.
Many people buy home shredding machines to help protect themselves against prying eyes - but not all shredders are created equal. Strip shredding - which is what most shredders sold for home use use - can easily be reconstructed by hand, as can many home cross-cut shredders. For the determined, there's even software that will reconstruct shredded papers of all types.
The best way to protect your personal information is to shred to a high standard, where the paper is cut to pieces that are extremely small. Your shredding should be mixed with others, making it much more difficult to isolate and reconstruct.
Home shredding machines often simply cut paper into easily-reassembled strips or large chunks, both of which can easily be reassembled. They're also messy and time consuming to use.
Everyone can benefit from a secure shredding service - keep your documents secure and away from prying eyes, at affordable prices.
It is a simple, three step process:
Our frequently asked questions about shredding cover many of the commonly asked questions about shredding. Or, if you prefer, you can ring your local shredding office or contact us - we're glad to help!