Renting a bounce house can make your next party the biggest thing to hit your neighborhood since the guy down the street installed a pool. Inflatable bounce houses tend to be a big crowd favorite at parties, especially for kids (though you don’t have to be a kid to enjoy a bouncing good time!). However, not all inflatable bounce houses are created equally and there are some things you should look for when you rent. If you ignore the details, you could be stuck with a party flop instead of a party hop! Here are some tips (in no particular order of importance).
Rent a bounce house that matches a theme. Bounce houses come in many different themes nowadays and you should attempt to rent one that matches a theme. If the bounce house is for a kid’s party, consider what the child is really in to and there is likely a bounce house to match! Rent from an insured bounce house rental company. This is a must. You must do your research to ensure that the company you rent from has insurance. This is a sign that the company is ready to stand by the products they rent out.
Clean the bounce house. Bounce house can be super dirty when you rent them. Be sure you clean and sanitize it before letting anyone play. This will ensure that everyone stays healthy. This is actually one reason All About Bounce Utah started. We were sick of having to clean and repair bounce houses we rented so you can be assured that when you rent from us, the bounce house will be clean and in good working shape.
Compliance with bounce house material standards. Bounce houses take a beating. Literally all they do is get jumped, and kicked, and smashed, and beat. All About Bounce Utah rents out the highest quality of bounce houses available. This means you get the most bounce for your buck AND you stay safe!
Safety first. Be sure you know any age restrictions or weight limits for the specific unit you rent. These will vary along with occupancy limits. Be sure to follow all safety guidelines.
Size of the inflatable and size of the location it will be placed. Know and understand how big the bounce house you will be renting is. Ensure that it will fit in the space you have planned. Also, be sure that the area you want the bounce house to be is easily accessible (for example, carrying the deflated bounce house up and down steep hills and stairs may not be possible).
Supervision. If the party and the bounce house is for kids, especially little kids, ensure that there will always be adult supervision available to monitor the bounce house and the children. Sometimes things can get rough and gets get a false sense of security when they are surrounded by a fluffy bounce house. Avoid accidents by keeping watch.
If you follow these steps you are sure to have a great time with your bounce house. All About Bounce Utah can help you with any of your questions. We are licensed and insured and we do everything we can to make sure you have the best party possible. Contact us today for all of your inflatable bounce house needs in Utah! (We also rent out slides with and without water, obstacle courses, and combo units!)