Bounce House Safety
All bounce houses we sell at Bounce Houses Now incorporate numerous safety features that meet and or exceed safety guidelines. Ultimately, buying a bouncer to use in your own residence means you are assuming some risk so please follow common sense safety practices. Always follow the specific bounce house you purchased safety instructions as well as the warning label on the outside of the bouncer. Please follow the general guidelines listed below.
Safety Precautions For Moon Bouncers Inflatable Bounce Houses Are To Be Used By Adult Supervision OnlyNever Leave Children Unattended At Any TimeKeep Your Inflatable Away From Heat And Open Flames. Material Will Burn Or Melt When In Contact With Open Flames Or Heat.Children Should Not Use Inflatable Jumpers If They Have Any Existing Medical Conditions Such As, But Not Limited To (ALWAYS CONSULT A PHYSICIAN IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS)Neck InjuriesBack InjuriesJoint InjuriesHeart ProblemsAsthmaBronchitisCirculatory ProblemsOther Health ConcernsEnsure Electrical Source Is Safe Prior To UseKeep Children Away From Inflatable BlowerDo Not Insert Fingers Or Toes Into The BlowerDo Not Insert Objects Into The BlowerIf Blower Malfunctions, Stop Use ImmediatelyDo Not Use In Rain, Snow, Strong Winds Or Extreme Weather ConditionsWhen Using A Slide, DO NOT SLIDE HEAD FIRSTMake Sure Inflatable Slide Is Clear Before UsingDo Not Stand Up On SlideDo Not Leave Inflatable Bounce House Inflated When Not In UsePro Longed Exposure To Sun Or Strong Winds Will Destroy FabricsDo Not Use In Temperatures Above 90 Degree Fahrenheit. Direct Exposure To Sun Can Heat Surfaces To Unsafe Temperatures For PlayAvoid Rough Play Promote Safe Play In Your Castle Inflatable Jumpers Make sure to have a sufficient safety perimeter around you jumpy house. For example, if you have a moon jump that has a 10' x 10' foot print, you need a minimum of 13' x 13' for the moon bouncer.
While many manufactures put in place weight capacity limits on their inflatables, do not disregard the the rider capacity. Lets say that the bounce house with slide you purchased has a capacity of 300 lbs. or up to 3 kids weighing less the 100 lbs. each. If you have 5 kids that all weigh 50 lbs., this does not mean that they can all play at the same time because they weigh under 300 lbs. combined. The most important capacity is riders. If a unit claims 3 kids, 5 kids, even with the correct capacity is unsafe.