About the only thing you will need to do is to determine where the bounce house will be set up once it arrives. Bounce houses can be inflated on practically any surface, but they shouldn’t be placed on gravel, sand, dirt, or mulch.
Bounce House Rental Fort Lauderdale – Location, Location, Location
The best place for your bounce house is usually the flattest surface in your backyard that is away from any power lines or other potential obstructions. Most bounce houses require a minimum of 15 feet of clearance, with another 5 feet around the bounce house as well as 10 feet in front of the bounce house so that users have enough room to enter it safely. But some larger bounce houses may require even more room than that.
Choose an area that is free from debris, including sharp objects, lawn furniture, toys, sticks, large rocks, hoses, sprinklers, lawn decorations, and animal waste.
Bounce House Rental Fort Lauderdale — Other Preparations
It’s also a good idea not to cut your grass at least two days prior to the delivery of your bounce house. That’s because fresh grass clippings can adhere to the bounce house surface, making it more difficult to clean.
Many bounce houses require a 110 VAC outlet, but don’t worry if your home doesn’t have one. Arrangements can be made for a power generator to provide enough electricity to run the bounce house blower motor.
Keep an eye on the weather report. If conditions are too windy, rainy, snowy, or there is a risk of lightning, we won’t usually set up the bounce house rental until weather conditions improve.
Our number one goal is to provide a safe, enjoyable environment for your children to have fun.