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Weather

Weather Policy

We’d all love to predict perfect weather on the day of your event. Chances are greater that the weather will be sunny and warm than somewhat dismal. However (this is Texas), if the weather does turn out to be inclement and your inflatable cannot be set up for your enjoyment, there is never any penalty or charge to you as long as we have not delivered the inflatable to your event! Rain, high winds and temperatures below 40 degrees constitute inclement weather.

Safety Brief

A responsible ADULT must supervise the inflatable at ALL times.

Do not allow children to enter the inflatable without ADULT supervision.

All riders must remove shoes, jewelry, eyeglasses, combs or any other hard or sharp objects that could cause injury to other children or the unit itself, before entering the inflatable.

Absolutely NO Food, drink, gum or silly string inside the inflatable.

When riders are in the bounce, there should be NO flips, wrestling, running, pushing, climbing the net walls or any other aggressive behavior that could injure other children. Do not let riders bounce against the sides or entrance.

Only children of compatible age and size should be in the unit at the same time. Mixing children of different sizes will greatly increase the risk of injury.

It is best if children do not sit or lay down while other children are bouncing around them, as a jumping child could fall down on top of a sitting or lying child.

STOP the children from bouncing and have them exit the bouncer if: winds exceed 20 miles per hour, or if it starts raining. Turn the blower motor off after the children exit and wait for the weather to subside. Turn the blower back on and dry it off with towels if it is wet.

If the blower motor stops: Have the children calmly exit the inflatable while you help them out. Most often the cause is an overloaded circuit or a piece of debris in front of the blower intake. Reset the circuit breaker and make sure the blower is on a dedicated circuit. Clear any debris away from the intake on the blower.