Give your child something different this weekend!
Weekends are very special for the kids for they get to bump out of hectic school routines. You may be planning some picnics or parties for the holidays but what if you add more to these events with something that is recreational for your children?Bounce houses are very popular among kids and you must have seen some of those at the shopping malls or elsewhere. These are inflatable structures blown by air pumps forming a castle, thus also called “inflatable castles”.
These inflatable castles are function rich so that kids don’t just get to jump on a bouncy surface yet there can be tunnels and pools, basketball hoops and climb walls, water pools and sprinkles, obstacles and hurdles. Bounce houses are completely safe and those bouncers who are used commercially on daily basis are made of PVC tarpaulin which can withstand hours of use. Residential inflatable houses are made of oxford cloth that is designed for less frequent use.
Getting an Inflatable
Inflatable bouncers be purchased yet they are rented by some bounce house rentals for events. Getting you a right inflatable can be a task. You need to know some points before buying a bouncer.
Setting a budget:
You need to know the features you want in your bounce house. Bouncer houses with extra features are more expensive. So, for you, budget may not be a problem but if you don’t set your budget firmly, you may end up buying one with the features that you really didn’t want to have.
Knowing the Material:
If you know the material, you can buy yourself a better product Best bounce houses that are made for commercial use are made of PVC tarpaulin with a nylon surface. And those designed for residential use are made of oxford cloth
Determining the Weight and the Size
Beware not to buy a heavy inflatable and also make sure that the bouncer you’re buying is of right size. Because if the bounce house is heavy, no one would like to set it up later and if the bouncer is bigger in size it may not fit in your desired place. Bouncers have folds so make sure that it’s the right size after blowing up. Also make sure that the bouncer is low enough from the ceiling so that children can bouncer safely.
Other Things to Remember
Check for the warranty of the product. Make sure you the right features and obstacles are compatible with the bounce house.
Getting Bounce House on Rent:
Don’t want to do the struggle buying an inflatable and setting it up? Just want if for a single event so far and don’t want to spend so much money buying it? Then you should look for the bounce house rentals. All you’ve to do is to lend one. They come and set it their selves and take it back when the event is over.
On a quick note, if you’re not going to use the bouncer daily and want it for a specific event than we advise you to go for bounce house rentals. For if you buy one, it’ll just gather dust not being used.