Choosing Between Inflatable Party Rentals For Your Event

If throwing a party for your child, or simply want to act like a child again, you can go wrong with inflatable party rentals. By this, of course, I mean things like slides, bouncy houses, water slides, games, bungee setups, and literally dozens of other types of inflatable forms of entertainment. They’re guaranteed fun, but the amount of options available can be overwhelming. As such, there are many things you need to consider before renting an inflatable form of entertainment.



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One of the most important things to consider is cost. If how much money you spend is important, then you will most likely be relegated to items such as basic bouncy castles, sumo suits, and smaller slides and other entertainment sets. While they don’t have quite the impact a giant six man bungee house might have, they’re still fun in their own right.

Of course, you should also shop around! Every party rental place is different, and depending on the time of the year and the location, the prices will vary. Your best bet is to call as many places as possible and compare prices. By suggesting that you’re considering another place, you may be able to convince another place to lower their prices for you.

If price is no option, then all you really need to do is consider what type of inflatable games do you want? Drunk college kids? Nothing beats inflatable sumo suits and water slides. A bunch of young teenagers? A giant inflatable screen and Rock Band is the way to go. Younger kids will have a blast with almost any of the available options, especially the myriad types of water slides that are available.

You have to be careful, however, that is everything is set up properly, lest a giant inflatable castle collapse with a dozen small kids inside. When setting it up, be on the look out for any tears or problems with the supports to ensure maximum safety. In the end, if you’re truly at a loss for what to choose, nothing beats a giant inflatable moonwalk!

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Posted on July 17, 2012 at 9:00 AM