Did you know that the lifespan of your computer is only 3 to 5 years? The National Safety Council estimated that in 2005 those 63 million personal computers were projected to be obsolete. Households have numerous amounts of unwanted and obsolete electronics that they have no purpose for. The BIG question is what should they do with the unwanted electronics?
You may drop off you unwanted electronics at our facility. We will also come to your home and pick up your PC’s, monitors, laptops, printers, cell phones, etc…. for a nominal fee.
For your security we will shred your hard drive to make sure all your personal and confidential information stored on your computer is destroyed. You are not protecting you and your family if you are just relying on deleting or wiping your files. There is a charge for our hard drive shredding service but it is well worth the fee because you are ensuring you and your family's security.
Don’t be fooled! Many people get talked into donating their old electronics to many types of organizations. However these entities usually end up taking most of the donated material to a landfill because the majority of it is obsolete. When electronics end up in landfills and other disposal centers they pollute our community’s environment. Individuals are also exposing themselves to identity theft because someone can access your computers personal files with ease.