It depends on how valuable the data is, to you and anyone else.
Family photos may be worth a lot to you, but nobody will want to steal that. The only benefit would be selling the hardware, and it seems like a lot of trouble to go through for just two servers.
If you store credit card data, and it's in any way known it's there, perhaps there are more measures you should take. Of course a disaster recovery plan, but perhaps also stuff like disk encryption. I think this should usually be enough:
- Make sure basic security settings are right, like requiring a password when attaching a monitor and keyboard to the servers.
- Encrypt the disks. Unfortunately this is not entirely safe, but it greatly increases the complexity of an attack.
- Keep up to date, secure and off-site backups.
- Have a server you can use in emergencies (assuming that you provide a service that is important to be online 24/7).
Besides this, I think there is basically little you can do without introducing much higher costs. But then again, it all depends on how much security you need.