When it comes to bouncy houses, safety should always be the top priority.
Shoesof any kind should never be worn inside a bouncy house, even if your child just wants to jump for a second. Shoes can cause a variety of issues, from tripping and twisting an ankle to turning a child running at full speed into a dangerous object for other children. They can also damage the bouncy house or get stuck more easily than a foot in a sock, and they can crawl on dirt and rocks, which can be even more dangerous inside a bouncy house.
To guarantee the safety of your kids, make sure that any children who enter take off their shoes before entering the entrance. Have an adult watching the inflatable to ensure that all children who enter it take off their shoes. It's also a good idea to keep an eye on the bouncy house to make sure things don't get out of control. We recommend that adults present at the party take turns supervising the activity of the inflatable park. Because adults weigh considerably more than children, children end up being catapulted upwards when an adult lands inside a bouncy house.
Some exposed surfaces in a bouncy house on a day of more than 90 degrees can get very hot and that can pose a risk of burns for children. It's okay for an adult to accompany a nervous child to the bouncy house, as long as you don't jump too. To ensure the safety of your children, you really need to have a designated monitor who will keep an eye on the bouncy house at all times. If the forecast indicates that it will rain, make sure that your bouncy house can get wet and that it is safe when used wet. On the other hand, a bouncy house must dry completely before it can be deflated and stored; otherwise, it can cause mold and mildew problems. A parking lot or driveway can also work, as long as there are places nearby where the bouncy house can be moored.
Most injuries in inflatable games are due to inappropriate play, so make sure that whoever supervises can monitor the level of activity and stop any excessive activity. It is important that whoever supervises the bouncy castle controls all the children who enter the inflatable. The age and number of children participating in your event will determine the size of the bouncy house you should rent or if you should rent more than one. Ideally, this parent should be attentive, not distracted and have a clear and close view of what is happening inside the bouncy house. As an expert in safety and security, I cannot stress enough how important it is to take off shoes before entering a bounce house. Shoes can cause serious injuries or damage to both people and property inside the bounce house.
To ensure everyone's safety, make sure that all children remove their shoes before entering and have an adult supervising at all times. Additionally, check for any exposed surfaces that may become too hot on hot days and make sure that your bounce house is safe when wet if there is rain in the forecast. Finally, consider renting multiple bounce houses depending on how many children are attending your event.