This site uses cookies: We do this for great, practical reasons (not bad ones). Click here to find out more OK
 
 

How It Works

UK UPDATES

There are many times you just want to say "This person is fantastic!". There are also ... More

House Sitters UK is all about connecting house sitters with home owners as easily and effectively ... More

 
 
Thank you for your wonderful service. We contacted some sitters from your list yesterday and have now locked in a lovely young couple. They seem so nice. We are thrilled and so are they. Tessa & Ron

More Owner testimonials (15)

I just want to say your new website design is beautiful! It can only make a great site better. FYI I'm writing this while minding a house in London for a lovely family... Beth R

More Sitter testimonials (28)

House Sitting in Liverpool

Liverpool is a city in England, UK dating back to the thirteenth century. It got the status of a city in the nineteenth century. Mass transportation in the forms of electric trains, municipal trams, transatlantic steamships, railways and ferries were all pioneered in Liverpool. Hence, these industries led to its development in the earlier centuries. Today, Liverpool has an economy very similar to that of the UK. It has a number of public as well as private service sector industries including the thriving leisure and tourism sectors that have made Liverpool the sixth most visited city in the UK.

Today Liverpool urban area is home to more than 816,216 people. The population consists of 91% White British, 3% Asian British, 1.9% Black/ Black British, 2% mixed race and 2.1% Chinese people. The city offers its residents a wide range of services. Liverpool has an extensive network of roads and railways that intersect with other networks of the UK. Since the city has a long history of performing arts and theatre festivals, there are several avenues for entertainment for both the locals and tourists. In fact the Guinness World Records has titled the city 'World Capital City of Pop'. When it comes to education, there are numerous schooling systems that the residents can choose from some of which include secular, Church of England, Roman Catholic and Jewish. Financial services such the availability of short and long term bonds are also within everyone's reach.




Another basic yet very important service that everyone has access to is that of house sitting. Almost everyone in Liverpool wants to take out time for themselves and leave their residences for an extended period every once in a while. When they do so, they think it feasible to hire the services of house sitters. Leaving property vacant makes is susceptible to a number of potential disasters such as the ones mentioned below.

- Accidents caused due to faulty electrical appliances.

- Robbery/theft by people who know that the property is vacant and that it will remain so for a number of days to come.

- Damage caused by severe weather conditions and lack of preventive measures that could have been executed.

People who have experience in house sitting know exactly what to do in a certain situation to make sure that the house they are living in is perfectly safe from any kind of damage. They quite often do this work for you for free in exchange for the facilities of your house that you allow them to use. Some of the duties that house sitters will do for you including pet sitting, redirecting mail, paying the utility bills, making arrangements for the protection of the house in case of bad weather, maintaining the garden and most importantly keeping the house safe from intruders especially at night.

Hence, if you are a resident of Liverpool and have been planning to leave your house for a period of time, whether one day or 3 years, you would be mad not to contact one of these house sitting websites. House Sitters UK has many registered house sitters to choose from.

 
*FREE: House sitting is usually free, for both sitter and house owner, although this is completely up to the individuals. There are usually some costs that need to be covered by either the sitter or the house owner e.g. electricity, phone usage, vet fees etc. How these costs are handled needs to be agreed before the sit begins. House sitters pay a single annual membership fee, while house owners pay nothing to advertise their house or to contact sitters.