Shredding Services in Mesa, Arizona
Cutters Document Destruction is a family owned and operated business of Phoenix locals. Reggie Heywood was born in Mesa, AZ at the Southside Hospital. He went to school at Lindberg Elementary, Mesa Jr. High School & met his wife Lisa in Mesa High School. After attending Mesa community college, Reggie was in business management for over 25 years where he learned the importance of document destruction. He recognized the need for a local shredding company with better service and more affordable prices, so he started Cutters Document Destruction. Cutters is a part of the Mesa Chamber of Commerce and supports local businesses and and participates in service efforts such as “Food for the Hungry” and “A New Leaf”.
We pride ourselves on protecting Mesa businesses with our on-site shredding services.
Bulk Shredding Services
Our bulk shredding offers secure and affordable ways to dispose of your documents in Mesa, AZ
Mesa Drop Off Shredding
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About Mesa, AZ
Located just 20 miles east of Phoenix, Mesa has the largest suburban population of any city in the United States and is the third largest city in Arizona. With such a large and diverse population, Mesa has many educational and business opportunities. Mesa tends to have a very hot and dry desert climate due to being located in the Sonoran Desert and regularly reaches highs of 106 °F but an overall yearly average temperature of just a little over 70 °F. Due to the warm climate, Mesa is a popular location for outdoor activities. Parks, sports facilities, golf courses and many community festivals leave you with an almost endless amount of activities to do while you’re visiting or even if you live there.
Attractions & Events
It’s never a challenge to find something exciting to do in Mesa. With so many different local attractions, you could spend days exploring and enjoying the endless list. A few of the popular attractions include exploring The Apache Trail, watching the Oakland A’s during spring training at Hohokam Stadium or learning something new at the Arizona Museum of Natural History.
The Apache Trail
Explore miles of desert wilderness and local beauty along the same trails the Native Americans traveled hundred of years ago. Guided tours are available for a reconstructed section of the Mammoth Mine in Goldfield Ghost Town.
Named after the local Hohokam people who lived in the area thousands of years ago. Spring training stadium for the Oakland A’s as of 2015.
Arizona Museum of Natural History
Arizona’s premier natural history museum that allows visitors to discover and explore the history of Arizona and the southwest from billions of years ago to present day.
Mesa dates back thousands of years to the Hohokam or “The Departed Ones” who built the most sophisticated canal systems at the time. Several of the canals were 90 feet wide and 10 feet deep and would extend nearly 20 miles. 900 years later, the canals were capable of delivering water to more than 100,000 square miles which transformed the region into an agricultural paradise. Even after the Hohokam left the area, the canals continued to be useful to the early settlers and many are still used today.
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Arizona Canal – Marshall Way Bridge – East Side – 2008-01-17 by Cygnusloop99 – CC BY-SA 3.0