Shredding Services in Tempe, Arizona
Cutters Document Destruction is a local business founded by Reggie Heywood, who was born and raised in nearby Mesa. After graduating from Mesa High School and attending Mesa Community College, Reggie spent more than 25 years in business management. He learned how important it was to have a local shredding company that had affordable prices so he created Cutters. Cutters takes part in the Mesa Chamber of Commerce and participates in helping the community through charities like “Food for the Hungry” and “A New Leaf”.
We pride ourselves in offering the best protection to local businesses in Tempe with our on-site shredding services.
Tempe Paper Shredding
Secure and convenient bulk paper shredding services offered at your location
Drop Off Shredding
Take advantage of our mobile shred truck when its in your area for cheap drop-off shredding
Low Price Promise
We’ll beat any shred quote by 5%. That’s the low price guarantee we offer every customer
About Tempe, AZ
Named after the Vale of Tempe in Greece, Tempe is located in Maricopa County just a little east of Phoenix. As of 2017, the population of the city is roughly 185,000 and is home to the main campus of Arizona State University.
Temperatures commonly exceed 100°F during the summer months in Tempe which is common for the desert climate of the Phoenix area. This city also sees more than 300 sunny days per year while the US average is barely 205 sunny days. This means Tempe is an ideal location for outdoor activities and events.
Attractions & Events
Tempe supports a more active lifestyle and has a much more relaxed atmosphere. The city is a college town and very welcoming to students, couples and families by offering them many enjoyable experiences. A few of the popular attractions in the city are the Sea Life Arizona Aquarium, Tempe History Museum and Tempe Diablo Stadium.
Sea Life Arizona Aquarium
Containing thousands of aquatic creatures and a unique 360° ocean tunnel, Sea Life Arizona is a large 26,000 square foot family friendly aquarium located just a short drive from Phoenix.
Tempe History Museum
Focused on the rich histories of Tempe, this museum provides many free events and exhibits that allow you to explore the history of the city and its culture.
Tempe Diablo Stadium
This stadium is the home training facility for the Los Angeles Angels and the home for the local Arizona League Tempe Angels. The stadium was built in 1968 and holds 9,500 people.
Originally occupied by the Hohokam, who built canals in the area to support their agriculture, Tempe was abandoned during the 15th century leaving just a few families remaining until Fort McDowell was built in 1865, which brought in US military members to live in the town. During the 21st century, the city of Tempe became a suburb of Phoenix and is known for its education and commerce.