SoCal Shred Now Offers Quick Quote Calculator

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SoCal Shred’s new website features a quick calculator for getting accurate shredding estimates.

SoCal Shred, a certified shredding service for Long Beach and the surrounding counties, has unveiled a redesigned website that features a simple calculator that takes into consideration the number and size of boxes as well as the service location’s zip code. These details make it possible for potential customers to more accurate quotes on outsourced shredding.

“We like to say that we are big enough to service all our customers’ needs but small enough to still care,” says U.S. Army Veteran Neil Davis, who founded SoCal Shred in 2007. “We devise a personal plan for every client to determine their service frequency and to ensure their procedures remain compliant with federal and state laws.” 

Large jobs or small, all customers benefit from SoCal Shred’s commitment to transparency. Whether it’s an individual who needs to safely dispose of documents accumulated over several decades or a company that requires regular maintenance, all services are performed on location and adhere to a strict chain of custody. Every truck in the SoCal Shred fleet is equipped with closed circuit camera feeds that enable customers to watch the data destruction process take place. For smaller projects, customers can drop off one to three boxes at 12 convenient locations, including Anaheim, Long Beach, Pasadena, Santa Monica and Tustin.

The full-service, certified structure prevents consumers from becoming victims of identity theft and frees businesses and government agencies from facing potential liabilities, publicity nightmares and federal fines for improperly disposing of sensitive information. Upon completion of the job, customers receive a Certificate of Destruction, which limits any legal responsibility against claims that documents were inadequately managed.

For more information about SoCal Shred, visit www.SoCalShred.com or call (877) 747-3391.

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