Bounce House Rentals – Tip #1

A bounce house can be an extremely cost effective way to provide hours of entertainment for your guests. Bounce house rentals are available nationwide and there are hundreds of options to choose from when renting a bounce house. Over the next few days, I’ll be providing tips on what to watch out for regarding renting a jumper.

There are several things to keep in mind thought before renting a jumper. The most important thing to keep in mind, Price isn’t everything! The old saying, “The cheap comes out expensive” could not be more applicable than in the bouncy castle industry. There is a reason why some companies are drastically cheaper than their competitors. The main reasons some companies are extremely cheap are :

  1. Cheap companies are usually not insured. It is very expensive for a bounce house company to insure each and every one of their bouncers. If there is an accident in your rented bounce house and the company is not insured, “YOU WILL BE SUED PERSONALLY!” Make sure the jump house company is insured by providing an Additional Insured Certificate naming you or your organization. By the way, most homeowner’s insurance specifically excludes coverage for bouncy castles. So, your probably not protected by your homeowner’s insurance.

Enough for today. Check back with us later this week for tip #2.

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Bounce House Rental Tips

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