Here are some things you should know prior to renting a bouncer
There are a few important points to keep in mind prior to hiring a bounce house. The factors to consider are cost as well as size and weight limits. All of these factors are vital to your security as well as that of your guests.
Size of Bouncer
The shape and size of the bounce house are important elements to consider when selecting the most appropriate one. A typical bounce house can hold between 3 and five children at once however larger bounce houses can be able to accommodate as many as 10. Combination units are available with a slide or jumping area.
There are limits to the size of bounce houses. The cost and the number of people it can hold can be affected by the size of the bouncer. A bigger bounce house is capable of holding greater weight while smaller bouncers may only be able to accommodate three or four toddlers. A commercial bounce house is typically roughly 15 feet by 15 feet. However, certain bounce houses are bigger.
The cost of bounce houses depends on several aspects, such as the size, design and other features. The average cost of a standard bounce house is $100 to $600, but larger inflatables tend to cost more. The cost of renting usually covers the cost of set-up and take down of the bounce house, however delivery and damage insurance are typically added.
Time to put up
Bounce houses can be rented at a variety of dates. The most common set up time is between 11am-7pm. If, however, you are hosting a large gathering in a period when it is difficult to set up to set, you can schedule delivery to be scheduled at different times.