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Bounce House Rentals - Things to Consider Before You Rent

Jan 18

There are few things more iconic at a kid’s party than a bounce house. These inflatable pods of fun are not only great exercise for kids (and adults), but they also give children a chance to let off some steam and enjoy the company of their friends. While you could try to create your own bounce house with a few sheets and some PVC, it’s much easier (and more affordable) to rent one from an established party supplier.

New Orleans Bounce House Rentals come in a huge variety of styles and sizes, with some able to hold more than 10 kids at once. They can be found in a wide range of themes and colors, too, so you should have no trouble finding the perfect one to match your event’s style.

Before you rent an inflatable, make sure to research the company and call the owner. It’s important to ask about safety regulations, cleaning/sanitizing methods, insurances and permits. In addition, you should always keep local zoning laws and agreements in mind, especially when renting for large gatherings.

Lastly, you’ll want to find out if the company provides liability insurance. This will protect you in case of an accident while the bouncy castle is in use. Depending on who you rent from, this may or may not be included in the overall price.

You’ll also want to make sure the bouncy castle is set up on a flat and level surface. It should also be away from any trees, rocks, plants or anything else that could be a tripping or falling hazard. Most companies will not set up on rocky surfaces due to the potential for damage to the inflatable.

If you have the space and budget for it, a waterslide is another great addition to any bounce house-themed party. These can be set up on a grassy area, or even on concrete. They’re also a great way to cool off during the warmer months. Some water slides even include built-in splash zones.

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About to Bounce
909 South Al Davis Road, New Orleans, LA 70123
(504) 914-6489