At some point we will all need the services of an estate sale company. There are many questions you may ask all of them. One question you may have is “should an Estate Sale Company have liability insurance”.
A common question asked by many clients that contact us to organize an estate sale, the short answer to the question is “yes”. When you have a service provider come into your home to conduct business, it’s important to know that you and your home are protected from possible issues that arise.
Grasons Co. prides itself as a professional estate liquidator and an estate sale franchise that promotes excellent service, continued education and the highest quality possible to both consumers that buy from our estate sales and our clients that hire us as their professional estate sale company.
Grasons Co. estate sale services’ franchise is approved in 41 states, there are 6 franchise locations throughout the California area and quickly spreading across the states. While each location is individually owned and operated, there are certain requirements set fourth by the corporate headquarters to insure we continue to not only meet but exceed our clients expectations.
One of those franchise requirements is that each location must hold a liability insurance policy to protect the clients who rely on us to sell their items at the highest value possible while keeping the sale environment safe and clean.
Our level of commitment to each one of you is unwavering, we strive to stay at the edge of modern technology, but never forgetting the essential elements that differentiates an estate sale company from an estate sale professional.
When you need an estate sale liquidator, make sure you speak directly with the company, ask all the questions you have and most importantly ask if the company holds a liability insurance policy for your peace of mind and asset protection.