JBounce Party
& Rentals

6 hours rentals only. Last pickup at 5:30 PM on all rentals

Frequently Asked Party Rental Questions

Bounce houses are safe with the proper supervision.  Here is a few things you should know.

It is also very important to ensure that the bounce house is being supervised by responsible (and preferably trained) personnel while the bounce house is in use. Just as you would not go on a roller coaster that does not have an attendant or let young children go into a swimming pool without supervision, you should not let children enter a bounce house that is not properly attended.

The bounce house operator to be at least 16 years old.  The bounce house should be attended at all times, and the bounce house operator cannot be under the influence of any drugs or alcohol that would affect the operator’s judgment or ability to ensure the children’s safety.

The safest way to use a bouncer is to have only one child on it at a time. Since that is not always possible (and is not nearly as fun), the bounce house supervisor should make sure that children bouncing together are approximately the same age and size. They should also be bounce arm length apart from each other.  

The bounce house operator should also make sure that the number of children bouncing at any one time does not exceed the maximum occupancy limits of the bouncer.  The maximum occupancy limits are usually stitched onto a label on the outside of the bouncer.

Children should be encouraged to bounce away from the walls of the bouncer, and should not be permitted to bounce near the entrance/exit, where they can fall out.

Children should be required to use the inflatable properly, in accordance with its design.  For example, the bounce house operator should make sure that children are bouncing on their feet (not their backs).  If there is a slide, children should be required to go down feet-first, not head-first.  Using the equipment properly can help prevent injuries.

To reduce the risk of injury, children should be directed to remove their shoes, eyeglasses and jewelry, and to remove all sharp objects from their pockets, before entering the bouncer.

The bounce house operator should be aware of the unit deflating due to lose of power. (generators may stall and shut off. Power may be discounted. Some thing can obstruct the blower.) In any case the operator should direct children to head to the exit and pull they out before the unit deflates. most units will have exit doors on the top of the unit to help in getting the children out. 

Bounce houses are not babysitters. Although it might be tempting for parents to walk away from bounce houses, thinking that their children are safely confined in a soft space, nothing could be further from the truth. Bounce house supervisors and parents should work together to make sure that children are bouncing safely, and that they are not rough-housing, doing flips or somersaults, or landing on other children.

Yes,  Remember prices do not include sales tax or delivery.

Yes, but once again please be aware that due to rising gas prices and the possible need for an extra truck and labor that travel fees can be quite high. Please call our office for a current quote.

No. We arrive early to set up so you get the entire rental time to play.

That depends on how many rentals we have that day. Generally we arrive 1 hour before the rental time begins. If we have a lot of rentals that day, we may need to set up as early as 4 hours in advance. If this is the case, we will call the Friday before to confirm that someone will be at the party location.

No. The jump should be clean when you get it. Our company cleans and disinfects after every rental.

Yes. A blower keeps air in the jump unit the entire time. Once unplugged they deflate. If raining or the attached pool has water in it the unit will soak up all the water inside and make it much harder to pick up. If you shut the unit off before we pick up you my be charge extra fees up to $100. When we pick up we need to inspect and preclean the unit before we remove it. So please leave the unit running until be return and if you are done early call us and we will pick up the unit early if our schedule allows. 

We love setting up at parks but most parks do NOT have electricity. If you want to set up at a park, you must rent a generator. We rent generators at a reasonable cost. Also, parks are first come, first serve so get your spot early in the day.

Most of our jumps (all of our character jumps for example) are 15´x15´ which is a little bigger than many companies rent. Please note the space required for each jump (listed near the large picture) as some are VERY big and require extra space. When in doubt, measure your space to make sure it will fit. Jumps need room to be staked and they need room for the blower and can´t rub against walls or trees as this may damage the jump. The sizes listed with each jump include the space needed for stakes etc. If you have stairs or a tiered backyard, please call our office to discuss options for setup.

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