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BabyQuip lets you rent child care equipment

Posted at 5:20 AM, May 06, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-06 09:33:26-04

PHOENIX — It has been described as the Airbnb, eBay, and even the Uber of baby gear.

BabyQuip is the company you can turn to when traveling or if you are a grandparent. The company will get you in touch with a local quality provider who will bring things like strollers, car seats, cribs, strollers and more right to you and assemble them in your home.

One of those providers is Lisa Fuller. She is an East Valley mother who is one of the only BabyQuip providers that will travel to any city in Maricopa or Pinal counties to bring clients their rented items.

ABC15 tagged along with Lisa Fuller while she loaded up the family van like a jigsaw puzzle for a delivery in Gilbert.

"A lot of them [clients] are grandparents that live here in Arizona or they have a home here part-time in the winters," Fuller explained.

Fuller has been with BabyQuip for the last two years. A friend in Utah recommended she try the company out when the family was looking to make extra money.

Fuller said she loves road trips and traveling. Plus, this allows her to do it with her children.

"They learn it's hard work. You have to work hard and that's how you earn money. It's not off trees like they want to believe," Fuller laughed.

Once a client is done with their rental, Fuller will make the trip back to load it all up again. She will then sanitize everything before having it rented out to another family.

"It makes me feel like I'm contributing to society and also to my family," Fuller explained. "But, also...I still get to be a stay-at-home mom, but I'm still working. So, it's perfect."

If you want to become a quality provider yourself, you'll find more information by clicking here.

You can also book a rental with Fuller by clicking here.

A car seat rental is $10 per day. Strollers can range between $8 - $22 per day. A full-size crib with linens is $18 per day.