Hiremebaby is a new Bath business hiring baby equipment and set to make life easier for parents, grandparents and tourists. For founder and mum of two Clare Moon, the inspiration for Hiremebaby came from her experiences of the real life practicalities of raising young children.
“My company will provide parents and carers with a flexible, cost-effective way of accessing the best equipment to suit their ever-changing needs,” she explained. “This means that our equipment is available when you need it, with customers able to test-drive the products. It’s also perfect for grandparents and carers who can choose from a range of ‘equipment bundles’ when grandchildren come to stay.”
Clare is also hoping to support visitors to the area. “Bath is such a beautiful city and a popular tourist destination, but I know first-hand the struggle of travelling on holiday with children who still require bulky kit. I thought how much easier it would be to hire equipment on arrival; it could be collected from the airport along with a hire car, or delivered to a hotel.”
Hiremebaby has a wide range of products, including popular brands such as Maxi Cosi, Babyjogger, Cybex and LittleLife. Hiremebaby’s is also able to adapt to specific requests. “We know how unique everyone’s needs are; if you can’t see what you’re looking for, let us know and we can find the right product for you.”
Clare added that equipment can be delivered and collected at a time and location that works for the customer. All equipment comes with the original instruction manual, with demonstration available where needed.
“All our equipment is thoroughly checked for safety before it is hired and is cleaned and sanitised after every use. Each product are inspected by me personally and I wouldn’t hire out anything I wouldn’t use with my own children.”
“Being a parent has been the most rewarding and happiest experience of my life, although it is not without its challenges. I hope that Hiremebaby can play a small part in making those challenges just that bit easier for other parents.”