Frequently Asked Questions
How much is a Stork Rental? How long is the rental period?
The charge for renting the sign of your choice is $75 for 3 days, $125 for 7 days. We will leave the keepsake bundle at the front door when we return to pick up the sign.
How can I pay for the Stork Rental?
Payment is required in full prior to setup of stork, we accept cash, credit card, or Venmo/Zelle/Chase Quickpay.
Can I reserve a stork before the baby is born?
Westchester Stork Co. currently rents our stork signs on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Where do you deliver?
Westchester Stork Co. delivers to all of Westchester County and surrounding areas. Please Note: Delivery addresses 20-30 miles from New Rochelle will incur a $10 delivery fee, 30-40 miles will have a $20 delivery fee and 40+ miles will have a custom delivery fee.
Where will you place the sign in our yard?
We use our best judgment regarding stork yard sign placement to ensure optimal visibility and a pleasing backdrop for photographs. If there is a specific spot you would like for the sign to be placed, please notify us when you place your order and we will do our best to accommodate your request. We cannot guarantee exact placement of the sign if you are not at home when we deliver the sign and/or if you have not marked the location in the yard with a clearly visible marker.
Can I move/mow around/attach anything to yard signs?
Please do not move and/or remove the stork yard sign as damage can occur. Please use extreme caution when mowing or weed eating near the sign as damage can occur if any contact is made with the sign. Do not attach anything to the sign, including balloons. When a balloon pops, the sun bakes the latex into the lawn sign causing permanent damage.
What happens if the yard sign gets damaged?
If you notice any damage on the yard sign please notify us immediately. Our stork yard signs are durable, weather-resistant and designed to last. We are not responsible or liable for any and all injuries involving the sign while on the renter’s property. The owner of the home in which the rental sign is posted will be responsible for payment of any damage to the sign while on the owner’s property. By ordering a sign, the homeowner accepts responsibility for the sign while on the owner’s property.