When it comes to deciding what age is appropriate for a bounce house, it's important to take into account the size and safety of the inflatable. Generally, children aged 6 and above are best suited for a bounce house. However, there are also options available for toddlers and preteens. It's essential to note that only one child should be in the bounce house at a time, and an adult trained in the safe use of the inflatable should always be present.
To guarantee safety, it's best to reserve a bouncy house that is at least 13 feet wide and 13 feet deep. The larger 15 x 15 foot bouncy houses can safely accommodate up to 20 children simultaneously. Adults should never jump inside a bouncy house with young children inside. Additionally, kids should be able to leave the inflatable or inflatable house on their own.
To prevent any unwanted items from entering the bouncy house, it's important to keep an eye on what's happening inside. Finally, not all bouncy houses are designed with water in mind. It's important to check with the rental company to see if water is allowed in the bouncy house and if it needs to be deflated and stored before rain comes.