Inflatable Rental Safety

SAFETY is our number one priority, we are proud to have an accident free record.

INSURANCE: We maintain our insurance through Secura, A+ rated company. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture requires minimum insurance in the amount of $500,000. We currently maintain general liability insurance in the amount of $2,000,000.

KENTUCKY STATE REGULATION and INSPECTION: All of our equipment have been inspected by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture and each inflatable unit and blower hold current inspection permits.

KENTUCKY LAW: Our Company abides by all laws set in place by the state of Kentucky to include Kentucky Revised Statue, Chapter 247, Amusement Rides and Attractions and Kentucky Administrative Regulation, Title 302, Department of Agriculture, Chapter 16 Amusement Rides.

SAFETY and SANITIZATION: Our inflatables are cleaned, sanitized, and inspected before and after every rental. Inflatables are active places full of children bouncing in warm conditions. We want you to feel secure that these surfaces are clean and germ free. We provide specific safety and rental instructions with every inflatable rental.

SAFETY TIPS: As fun as inflatable units are, parents and customers should always exercise safety first. A careless mistake can quickly end up causing a serious injury. We have provided below some very important safety tips for our customers. Exercising these safety tips will ensure a safe and fun filled event:

1. Supervising the Inflatable is a Must
This is the number one mistake made by many people. They assume that since their child is with his friends, they will look out for each other. An attendant MUST stand guard at all times throughout the event. This will ensure the safety of all kids.

2. Keep the Same Age Group inside the Inflatable
This occurs at many events. Do not pair up kids of varying ages inside the bounce house. This leaves the little ones at great risk of getting injured. Always make sure that the inflatable is occupied by kids of the same size and age. If there are both big and small children at the event, it is best to divide these kids into age groups.

3. Do Not Crowd the Inflatable
A bounce house has its limits just like any other joy ride. Do not let it get over crowded with too many children. This can cause serious damage to the inflatable and could in turn lead to injuries. Always keep the Inflatable attendance within the specified limit.

4. Remove Tired Children
Kids will naturally get tired with these inflatable units. Most children just find a corner to sit down to catch their breath not wanting to leave the bounce house. This can be very dangerous. A sitting child is more likely to get struck by surrounding children. Remove the child immediately from the Inflatable and let them catch their breath outside.

5. Know the Inflatable Rules
Inflatable units have their own rules that must be adhered to. You will be made aware of the inflatable rules, ensure you understand these rules.

6. Know Basic CPR and First Aid
While some may consider this an exaggeration, it’s always good to have supervising person be familiar with CPR and first aid. This ensures that the children are in good hands should something go wrong.

7. Adults can have Fun too BUT …..
NEVER with children present on the unit, adults jumping with children can cause SERIOUS injury. There should only 2-3 adults at any one time in the inflatable unit.