I use Macrium and can give you assurance it is extremely good, you can either create a clone of your system onto a spare hard drive, and do so regularly. Should the house of cards collapse on the installed hard drive, you just do a physical swap of hard drives, the spare should be the same size or larger than the one fitted by the way. (You will need a means of connecting the spare drive to the computer such as a USB to SATA adapter)
Alternatively providing you have an external hard drive, Macrium can be used to create a system image onto the external. Again should the collapse happen and the internal drive itself is still OK, you use a rescue boot disk to reinstall the system from the image. It is recommended that you make the rescue disk at the same time or just after creating the first image. Again regularly create new images, and after two images are stored for safety, you can then delete older images.
To be sure of a complete and good rescue disk should it ever be required, there are two choices of rescue boot disk types, a simple and quick to make Linux based disk, or the more complete Windows PE environment disk, I always make the Windows PE one, it takes longer to download and burn but will work on all hardware whereas the Linux sometimes doesn't.
If you wish to take this further, I would ask that you start a new thread on the subject, as the OP for this thread may require further help.