4 Things To Consider When Renting A Bouncy Castle
Childhood was such a simpler time, wasn’t it? Crayons, playgrounds, building blocks dolls. Making friends was as easy as swinging next to each other or eating the same food at lunch time.
And having fun was as easy as jumping in a bouncy house.
Indeed, childhood is such a carefree time. And you can bring that simple pleasure home—perhaps to your next family reunion or other major event—with Right choice bouncy castle rentals. This could certainly add some of that fun and fancy free, easy joy and glee to all of the children in attendance.
Yes, that could be a good idea. As the adult relatives catch up on life progress and work developments, the children could be more easily distracted. And what’s really great is that there are so many available these days so you have lots of choices.
“What kind of choices?” you ask; well, what about:
You can order the latest inflatable bouncy houses and castles in a wide variety of themes, these days. It could be a deep green jungle or a pastel pink castle or maybe something from a comic book or superhero movie. Perhaps you—or your child—might prefer an oversized monster truck or something more like an climbing and crawling obstacle course without a specific theme.
It is also important to think about the age of the children in attendance at your party. Most bouncy houses and bouncy castles, of course, are designed for children between the ages of 3 and 13. More specifically, though, you have to remember that some bouncy houses are designed for very young children or for older preteens. The age of the children can also influence the size of the bouncy castle you should order.
Speaking of size, it is important to remember that the age of each child is typically related to a height and weight. Every bouncy castle has an occupancy limit as well as a weight limit. The bigger the inflatable, of course, the more children it can typically accommodate. For the average party, a 12-ft bouncy house might be enough but for others, 22 feet might be more appropriate.
As mentioned, it is also important to consider capacity. If you know you are going to have a lot of children that are going to want to play it might be smarter to just go with a bigger inflatable.