Please look through our top frequently asked questions. If you have any other questions, please contact us.
Yes, any of our inflatables can be set up indoors at any time of the year in rain, sleet, or snow. Just be sure to check the dimensions of the unit you would like to rent to be sure it fits inside of the facility you will be using. Most of our standard bounce houses are 12-15 feet tall. Our Indoor Jump is 7’10” tall.
The majority of the jump units do.
We will do everything possible to get one out to you. We have been quite successful with last minute requests.
On a grassy area where all of the stakes can be anchored and where the area is free of rocks, branches, or other objects that can puncture the unit.
Yes, provided it fits and most importantly provided that all stakes can be anchored to the ground or the anchor ropes can be firmly secured to solid structures.
We do not set up water units nor slides on the street, except for the dunk tank. All other units can be set up on the street. We use 100+ sandbags for each anchor point. Sandbags are provided for an additional fee.
Each Inflatable has its own area requirements. Click on the inflatable of your choice in the Product Gallery to find out how much area is needed.
You should be OK. We have not found a back yard with a slope so steep that the bounce house or Inflatable could not be set up.
No. The grass will jump back to its natural form within a day or so depending on how tall the grass is.
Caution: The water slide and Slip & Slide could damage the grass if the grass gets soaking wet.
Yes. The inflatable will deflate if the blower is shut off.
We do not set up slides or water units on the street, except for the dunk tank. All other units can be set up on the street, but must be secured with 150 lbs sandbags at each anchor point. We can provide this for an additional fee.
If it rains and there are strong winds – remove the riders and deflate the unit.
If it rains and no strong winds are present – remove the riders and leave the unit inflated.
If deflated the inflatable gets filled internally with rain water and becomes extremely heavy and difficult to pick up.
Once the rain/wind have passed the bounce house can be dried and continue to be used.
Each inflatable has its own limits. It is best to read the rules posted on the Inflatable to determine the rider capcity.
Yes, but there are weight limits for each unit. Typically no more than three adults should be in a unit at a time.
Not much. A typical rental will use less than $1 worth of electricity.
Sure. However it is easier to use a standard wall mounted outlet.
We can supply a generator for an additional eighty five dollars.
A 3000-watt or greater generator with at least one 20 amp circuit per blower to be used.
Yes, but you will need to check two things with you Park District.
- Does the park provide electricity. If not, you will need a generator.
- What type of insurance coverage, if any, will we need to provide to your Park District
Generally, the insurance coverage must be taken care of several days before the event.