When your beloved family member passes, taking care of their estate often corresponds with several stages of grief. It is never an easy job. Estates in Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, typically have a lot of old documents and paperwork to be sorted and shredded. It can be difficult to determine what needs to be kept, what should be given to another family member, and what can be shredded.
How to shred Personal documents you ask? Residential document shredding service is an important part keeping our day-to-day documents safe from the wrong hands. With the increase in identity theft residential consumers and small businesses have the obligation to properly handle the document with utmost security.
For a long time, shredding personal documents was done through personal shredders. But soon enough, people recognized the limitation of small office shredders, mostly facing a large volume of personal documents that were collected over the years. Office shredders, normally purchased through Office Supply stores like Staples, OfficeMax, or Amazon are affordable and were designed to handle a very small volume. They often overheat, jam and make excessive noise and will often leave you with a big mess in addition to waste of your valuable time.