About Bounce House Anaheim Hills
Let’s face it… bounce houses are fun! It doesn’t matter if you’re four or fifty-four: there’s just something exhilarating about flinging yourself around inside a soft, squishy, air-filled house! It’s like jumping on the bed, except you can’t get in trouble for it!
Still, even the most lighthearted and fun activities have certain things about them that must be kept in mind so they can stay lighthearted and fun. They are no exception to the rule. What follows is a list of some simple but important things to keep in mind to help you get past the planning/thinking stages and on to the fun.
While a bouncer can be lead-free it doesn’t necessarily mean that it is safe to use it. Generally speaking, all commercial grade bouncers must be made from at least 18 oz vinyl. Vinyl thinner than 18 oz means less longevity and, even worse, a higher risk for participants. Make sure the bouncer has reinforcements on stress areas and it is double or triple stitched. It is also important to check the height of the side borders and the existence of a “No Jump” cover when considering purchasing an inflatable slide or water slide. The height of side borders must be no less than three feet and the top portion of the slide must be covered with “No Jump” netting which prevent participants from jumping or attempting dangerous maneuvers such as flips from the top of the slide.
Of Bounce House Rentals
A party rental company will know best which inflatable bouncers they have that will suit the ages of your children and the number of guests who will be simultaneously jumping on the inflatable bouncer or moon bounce or sliding down the inflatable slide. It is recommended that, if at all possible, you have a bouncer that is part house and also has inflatable slides. That way while children are waiting their turn to bounce they can slide and play.