New Short-Term House Sitting Service, Direct Sitters, Launches In London

London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 04, 2009 -- Direct Sitters is a London based house sitting service that provides CRB/police checked and insured sitters to wait for your delivery or service. The man from Sky, the gasman, the plumber, the courier, the list of people you've sat at home waiting for goes on and on. You might start to wonder if a new set top box or parcel is worth taking days out of your annual leave or losing out on a day's pay. With Direct Sitters, 'we stay so you don't have to', allowing you to keep the flexibility of a normal life and saving you money and time.

HOW DOES IT WORK? Morning - (8am till 12pm) Sitter will arrive at your house for 8am. Customers consult sitter who they are expecting repairman, courier, etc. Sitters wait until the person arrives, once the job has been completed, sitters will secure the property and leave.

Afternoon - (1pm till 6pm) Sitter will meet with you at work to retrieve your house keys. Wait for the relevant company. The sitter will either return your keys back to work, or wait until you arrive back home. Day Projects - For longer waiting periods. Minimum of 6hrs, Bookings start from 8am until 6pm the latest.

OUR EMPLOYEES All Direct Sitters employees are fully vetted, insured, and have up to date CRB/police checks. They go through vigorous interviewing and background checks, with experience from trustworthy and responsible industries such as childcare, to guarantee you peace of mind while you spend your day doing what you want to do. Don't spend another minute sat on the sofa waiting for the sound of the doorbell, book Direct Sitters now.

About Direct Sitters

Marcus Simpson, Managing Director, Direct Sitters
We stay so you don’t have to
Tel: +44 (0) 207 501 0037
Mobile: +44 (0) 7983 505554

Direct Sitters is a limited company, started by Marcus Simpson, and backed by The Prince’s Trust, a charitable organisation launched by HRH Prince Charles and designed to foster growth and enterprise amongst young people.  
Marcus, 22, once unemployed, is now a young and ambitious entrepreneur, bucking the trend and starting up his first business in one of the world’s worst recessions.

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Press Release Submitted On: December 04, 2009 at 4:04 am
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