Perpetual Storage can help you by storing your irreplaceable records in its maximum security storage vault encased in a solid granite mountain near Salt Lake City, Utah.
Since opening its doors in 1968 Perpetual Storage has provided safe, secure off-site records management and protection for thousands of satisfied clients.
The Perpetual Storage vault employs advanced temperature and humidity control technology, armed on-site guards and an insured courier service with pick-up and delivery available any time of day or night, 365 days a year.
Along the Wasatch Front, our own professional courier service can routinely pick up your vital records and deliver them safely to the Perpetual Storage vault. For distant or out-of-state clients delivery arrangements can be made via USPS, UPS or FedEx. Regularly scheduled pick-up and delivery of your vital data forces your team to get back-ups done and on time, helping protect you from information loss and liability.
What would happen to your business or organization if vital records were damaged or destroyed by disgruntled employee sabotage, natural disaster, fire, earthquakes or fluctuating temperature and humidity levels?
How much time, money and embarrassment would it cost you to reconstruct your missing or damaged records (if they could be reconstructed)? Could you lose customers and income? Could you go out of business?
Did You Know?
In court, chief executives and managers have been held personally responsible and sued for not protecting their organization’s critical information.
Perpetual Storage does not store flammable items in its vault — there are no paper records stored; only storage of digital records, microfilm and microfiche. Most clients have permanent records on rotation such as daily, weekly, month-end, quarterly, semi-annual and annual records.
Many have heard of the granite mountain genealogy vaults operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The LDS Church purchased the land for their vaults in the 60s from the family that still owns and operates Perpetual Storage. Since the LDS Church vaults are not open for public or private storage, this makes the Perpetual Storage vault absolutely unique for storage of vital business, government, and private records.
Storage of your vital records at Perpetual Storage lowers your risk of having irreplaceable records damaged or destroyed. You can rest easy because you have a professional off-site storage partner. By storing with Perpetual Storage, you’ve done your job, protected your profitability, and eliminated your personal liability.
The Perpetual Storage Vault
Our granite mountain vault was designed and built to meet stringent U.S. Department of Defense requirements for the protection of critical records.
- Solid Granite Mountain - Truly unique for its location and composition, geologists concur that the solid granite mountain in which the Perpetual Storage vault is located should withstand any force known to man.
- Earthquake Proof - There is no other natural or man-made facility as secure against earthquakes as the unique geological structure of the granite mountain where the vault is located.
- Flood Proof - The vault is 250 feet above the canyon floor making flooding impossible.
- Fire Proof - The vault is encased in solid granite with a steel inner lining and mezzanine, cement floors and metal storage cabinets and racks. No paper or other flammables are stored in the vault. In every fire inspection since 1968 the vault has received fire department certification as a completely fire resistant facility.
- Controlled Environment - The vault’s temperature and humidity are kept constant year-round to meet the American National Standards Institute guidelines for archival storage of sensitive records. The air inside the vault is filtered and re-circulated every six hours.
- Security - The vault is protected by the latest detection and intrusion devices. Maximum security procedures include a man-trap and on-site, armed security guards. The stainless steel vault door weighs more than six tons. Similar doors have withstood nuclear blasts.
- Self-Sustaining - The vault has its own water supply, redundant power sources and multiple means of communication.
- Controlled Access - Only individuals with prior approval from Perpetual Storage and its clients may enter the vault. There is no on-demand entry.
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