Pre Rental Checks

Check your gate

39 in. for bounce, 42 in. for a bigger game

Find power & water

make sure they are within 100 feet of setup area

Look for obstacles

trees, playsets, power lines, sheds, pools, gutters, & A/C units can limit the setup area

Setup Area

-BACK YARD OR FRONT...check to make sure there is enough space where you want to put the game. We provide the size of each game online before you checkout

-IS YOUR GATE BIG ENOUGH?...We will need to fit our dolly through your gate (39" at least)

-GRASS OR CONCRETE...We will bring Stakes or Sandbags accordingly

-POWER LINES & TREES...Check for low hanging lines and trees that could scrape the inflatable, also mark off all under ground water, power, or gas lines

-OTHER OBSTACLES IN THE YARD...Make sure there is enough room in your yard, check for trees, play sets, pools, sheds or whatever else could inhibit us from setting up the game

Power & Water

-DISTANCE FOR EACH...We require power no more than 100 feet away and water connection(for wet games) no more than 50 feet away from where the game will be placed.

-PROPER POWER FOR THE INFLATABLE...We need a dedicated 20amp circuit for each blower required for your inflatable. Loss of power can be very dangerous. So this is important.

-WATER FOR WET GAMES...Some wet games require just one hose, others require multiple hose hookups. Check with us when you rent the wet game how many it will need. We also rent hose splitters if you need them.

Appropriate Game

-FOR TODDLERS...Our Toddler Games are perfect for your youngsters ages 3-7yrs old.

-FOR KIDS...We have a variety of games that are perfect for young kids, visit our main category page

-FOR TEENS...Our larger inflatables are great for teenagers

-FOR ADULTS...Adults can still have fun on inflatables, check out our interactive and obstacle course.

-NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS...See how many kids will be playing on the game and pick an appropriately sized game.

-MONITORS...Each unit requires 1-3 monitors. Check with us in how many you will need to watch the unit during operation.

-Weight Limit... A weight limit of 200 per rider is applied to every inflatable.

Safety

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Safety in the Inflatable Business

We found this article over the weekend and it really hit home for us. Each week we deliver to dozens of locations and setup inflatables. Every single one of those setups needs to be perfect just in case anything goes wrong. After reading this article, from the initial report, it seemed like the game was anchored down the winds just picked up out of no where and lifted the bounce on to a power line... We have witnessed how powerful some wind can be on multiple occasions, luckily without anyone inside the units. Inflatables are basically big balloons that we do everything we can to secure to the ground whether it's stakes, tent stakes, sandbags or water barrels. But sometimes it's not enough. Other problems occur when the unit is setup to close to a power line, house gutter, fence, car, tree, etc. If something happens and the game deflates onto those items, serious injuries can occur. Other problems come from improper use of the equipment like mis-matched rider weights, exceeding the maximum weight or exceeding the total riders on each unit. So before renting an inflatables check the area where you want to have it setup and make sure it is free of all obstacles. Also if we come out to setup your game and we tell you we can't setup in a certain spot, we are only trying to prevent an incident. If you have any questions about safety, setup, staffing, etc. please call or email us and we will be more than happy to answer them! And please stay safe.
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SIOTO Certified

Rental Tips!
Before you even commit to an operator you need to ask a few basic questions:
-Are they insured and will they supply a copy of the insurance certificate?
-Are they trained/experienced in inflatable operations?
-What safety measures do they provide YOU with?
(Price should not even be a consideration!)

After the operator arrives, they should do the following and it is your job to pay attention to help make sure its done properly.
-The unit should be staked down or heavily weighted down with ground weights or sandbags.
When the unit is inflated make sure there are no rips or holes visible.
-Make sure the unit is fully inflated and not sagging anywhere.
-The operator MUST cover all operating and safety procedures verbally, and should leave printed instructions as well.
-It is your responsibility to ask questions if you do not understand anything particular.

After the operator leaves, you should always:
-Attend the unit at all times.
-Keep children age 3 and under OUT of the unit.
-Make sure all children are grouped according to SIZE.
-DO NOT exceed the maximum ride capacity at any time.
-Perform safety checks of the equipment frequently. Operators will show you how.
-Turn the unit off during inclement weather or high winds.
-Seek medical attention for ALL injuries IF they occur.
-Follow ALL posted safety rules at all times.

Order-by-Date

Order-by-Date

New for 2019

New for 2019

Water Slides

Water Slides

Water Slide n Bounce Combos

Water Slide n Bounce Combos

Obstacle Courses

Obstacle Courses

Kiddie Bounces

Kiddie Bounces

SPORTS GAMES

SPORTS GAMES

PACKAGES

PACKAGES

INTERACTIVE GAMES

INTERACTIVE GAMES

Bounce Houses

Bounce Houses

Concessions

Concessions

Carnival Games

Carnival Games

Target Games

Target Games

Seating

Seating

DRY SLIDES

DRY SLIDES

Movie Screen

Movie Screen

Fundraiser Items

Fundraiser Items

Party Extras

Party Extras

Gear

Gear

For Sale

For Sale




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