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Setting Up the Bounce House

Bounce houses are fun for any kind of event. Bounce houses are usually large in size, so they can entertain many people. They can be set up in a backyard or in the basement. Bounce houses are great for indoor and outdoor activities. During the summertime, you can set up your inflatable in your backyard for kids to have fun. During the cold, winter season, set up your bounce house indoors in your basement to have your own mini amusement park.


Here at bouncehouse.biz we provide you with the up-to-date information for all your bounce house questions.


Setting Up:


Make sure the area is flat since bounce houses cannot be set up on a bumpy surface.


Have at least 5 feet of space on all sides of the bounce house.


Keep bounce houses away from hanging branches or power lines.


Keep bounce houses away from spinkler systems.


Mark underground gas, water, or power lines.


If you don't know where your sprinkler lines or gas, water, power lines are, tell the rental comany to secure them with weighted sandbags.


Clear the area of where the bounce house will be, including sticks, rocks and toys.


Make sure you have enought blowers for your inflatable.


Weather Alert:


Check the weather before renting a bounce house. Inflatables should not be used in bad weather conditions. It's also not safe to use if winds exceed 25 miles per hour.


Time To Bounce:


Follow the rules on your inflatable. Bounce houses have a built-in sign near the entrance posting the rules by the manufacturer.


Do not have jewelry, shoes, food or drinks in the bounce house. Sharp objects should be put away in case it could fall out and scratch the inflatable. Do not have silly putty in the bounce house or the chemicals will damage the vinyl.


Injuries from inflatables are caused by larger kids mixed in with smaller ones. Kids will bump and fall into each other. It is less likely to happen when kids are split by sizes.


Have an adult help kids out of the inflatable. Getting out is tricky when other kids are bouncing around and may cause scraped knees and elbows.


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