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Securing a Bounce House

How to Secure a Bounce House

A bounce house is fun for all ages and can be a blast, but if you don't secure it well enough then someone might get hurt and your bounce house may be ruined. Follow these easy steps to ensure that your children and your bounce house is safe and secure.


1. Depending on the size of your bounce house, lay out the amount of space required to clear it from tree branches, wire, cables, balconies, and other obstructions.


2. Make sure and check to see if there are any underground obstructions such as wires, cables, electric lines, and irrigation pipes. If you are using stakes to pound the bounce house to the ground, you need to be careful to avoid any underground obstructions.


3. Inflate the bounce house and see if there are any tears or holes. These tears or holes may hurt a child unintentionally if they step or twist in it.


4. Find the 4 tie down hooks along the bottom sides of the bounce house.


5. Pound the stakes into each hook to secure the bounce house to the ground. Make sure that the stakes are holding the hooks down and the bounce house is secure. If not, take the stakes and redo step 4 until properly set up.


6. If your stakes cannot penetrate the ground or you want to use the bounce house on a hard surface like cement then lay 4 sand bags over each bottom side hook.


7. Have a test trial to see if everything is secure. Then if everything is ready, it's time to have fun!


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