I know I should buy some sort of a contract template and get it notarized then take pictures of valuables in my home. Any other suggestions?
Make sure the company is licensed and bonded and the employees have had background checks, before you let anyone into your home. Also make sure your insurance is up to date in case there is a problem. The contract should be written specifically for this situation. Also make sure you research the company and everyone involved, or get a private investigator to run a background check.
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