Staying Safe with Bounce Houses
A party or event geared towards children will no doubt fill the room with cheer and energy. By nature, kids are enthusiastic about playtime and come with an endless supply of energy. A great party go-to is a bounce house, or as kids like to call them “Jumpy Rooms”. These provide a wonderful time for the kids, burning off their excess energy and sugar rush before bedtime.
When more than two children are together, the trouble and hazards multiply by the thousands. Even the most responsible child may give into instinct during playtime, so it is imperative to display and enforce these five rules during your party.
1. Children in the house should not exceed the listed capacity for the house’s size. Appropriate sizes and ages must remain in the same groups.
2. Adults or anyone over twelve may not enter the house, especially with small children.
3. Flips and rough housing dramatically increase the risk for injury or accidents. The house prohibits dangerous moves and jumps, and we will remove any children that break this rule.
4. Please do not wear shoes inside the bounce house. Shoes cause damage to the house as well as increase the risk of injury if kids collide.
5. Please refrain from eating candy or drinking beverages in the house. We must return the house free of any mess, so this helps us avoid extensive cleaning charges.
For Adults: It is imperative that nobody, of any age, enters the bounce house while under the influence of alcohol. Even if children are not present, this is a bad idea.