Renting a bounce house? Here are 4 things you should be aware of to have a successful event
Before you rent a bounce house there are a few things you should keep in mind. These include costs as well as size and weight limitations. All of these factors are crucial to ensure the safety of your children as well as your guests.
Size of Bounce House
The shape and size of the bounce house are important factors to consider when choosing the best one. A standard bounce house can hold between 3 and five children at once, but larger units can accommodate up to 10. Combination units can be purchased with a slide or jumping space.
Bounce houses are limited in their dimensions. Prices and the quantity of people it is able to hold can be affected by the dimensions of the bouncer. A larger bounce house will be capable of holding greater weight while smaller bouncers might only be able accommodate two or three toddlers. A commercial bounce house is typically about 15 feet by 15 feet. However, certain bounce houses are bigger.
The cost of bounce houses depends on several variables, such as the size, design, and extras. The cost for an ordinary bounce house is $100 to $600, though bigger inflatables are usually more. The cost of renting typically covers the cost of the set-up and removal of the bounce house, but delivery and damage insurance is typically an additional expense.
Time to set up
There are a variety of set-up time for bounce houses that you can rent. Most bounce houses are set up between 11am to 7pm. If you host a large celebration and delivery is not possible during these hours You can ask for delivery for a later time.