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Safety Information

General Inflatable Safety Rules

  • Children must be supervised at all times! DO NOT leave children unattended EVER!.
  • Ensure that all children using the bounce house understand and follow these rules. Bounce houses are designed ONLY for children, not adults.
  • Compatible age groups must play on the unit at the same time. Age groups must not be mixed. The maximum recommended number of children allowed in the standard 13 x 13 bounce house is:
  1. Ages 2 to 8 ....... 8 children
  2. Ages 9 to 12 .......6 children
  3. Ages 13 to 16.....4 children
  • The following items are not allowed in the bounce house, and must be removed:
  1. Shoes or foot wear
  2. Sharp Objects
  3. Glasses
  4. Party Favors
  5. Jewelry and watches
  6. NO CHEWING GUM, FOOD OR DRINKS. The Cleaning Fee is up to $200 if found.
  • ABSOLUTELY NO SILLY STRING in, around, or near the bounce house (silly string acts like superglue on the vinyl)!!!!!!! You will be charged to replace the inflatable if silly string is used on the unit. (This fee can be between $1500 and $7500.)
  • No sitting or lying inside the bounce house. No flips or somersaults. Do not bounce or play near the opening of the bounce house.
  • Keep all pets away from bounce house.
  • Do not unplug the bounce house while occupants are inside. Do not attempt to move or un-stake the bounce house. Keep all children away from blower and power cords (create a “keep away” zone).
  • Do Not Use the bounce house under the following conditions, or if they develop:
  1. High Winds, Rain or Thunder Storms
  2. If bounce house becomes wet for any reason
  3. Bounce house is punctured
  • In the event of foul weather, make sure all children exit the bounce house safely, and then deflate the bounce house by unplugging. Cover the blower to protect from rain.
  • If the bounce house starts to deflate:
  1. Make sure all children exit the bounce house quickly and safely
  2. Check all power connections to make sure nothing has unplugged
  3. Check circuit breakers and fuses in house
  4. Check blower to make sure it’s not wet.
  5. Make sure the air tube on the bounce house is tied securely to the blower.

Inflatable Slide Safety Rules

  • Children must be supervised at all times! DO NOT leave children unattended EVER!.
  • Ensure that all children using the slide understand and follow these rules. Inflatable Slides are designed ONLY for children, not adults.
  • The following items are not allowed on the slide, and must be removed:
  1. Shoes or foot wear
  2. Sharp Objects
  3. Glasses
  4. Party Favors
  5. Jewelry and watches
  6. NO CHEWING GUM, FOOD OR DRINKS. The Cleaning Fee is up to $200 if found.
  • ABSOLUTELY NO SILLY STRING in, around, or near the slide (silly string has a chemical in it that will "eat" through the vinyl)!!!!!!! You will be charged to replace the inflatable if silly string is used on the unit. (This fee can be between $1500 and $7500.)
  • No more than one participant climbing the ladder at any one time.
  • No more than two participants should be on top of slide platform at any one time.
  • SIT DOWN AND SLIDE FEET FIRST. No more than one participant sliding down slide chute at any one time. No climbing UP the slide chute.
  • Do not slide down the chute until the landing pad is cleared of previous participant.
  • No Horseplay or climbing walls on slide platform. No flips from slide platform or somersaults.
  • Do not unplug the slide while occupants are inside. Do not attempt to move or un-stake the slide. Keep all children away from blower and power cords (create a “keep away” zone).
  • Do Not Use the slide under the following conditions, or if they develop:
  1. High Winds, Rain or Thunder Storms
  2. If slide becomes wet for whatever reason unless the slide is a water slide
  3. Slide is punctured
  • In the event of foul weather, make sure all children exit the bounce house safely, and then deflate the slide by unplugging. Cover the blower to protect from rain.
  • If the slide starts to deflate:
  1. Make sure all children exit the slide quickly and safely
  2. Check all power connections to make sure nothing has unplugged
  3. Check circuit breakers and fuses in house
  4. Check blower to make sure it’s not wet.
  5. Make sure the air tube on the slide is tied securely to the blower.