Bounce House Inflatable

Bounce House Inflatable

Bounce House Inflatable

The bounce house is about 20-feet long, 8-feet wide, and 10-feet tall. It hasn’t been officially weighed, but it probably comes in around 200-300 lbs.

There are three areas in the bounce house:

  1. Entrance area (little kids love this beginning area)
  2. Moon bounce in the middle (all ages love this area because it’s like a moon bounce)
  3. Back section is the rough-house area (where kids like to throw themselves around and land on the stanchions)

We have two options for use:

1. Onsite Rental ($50 suggested donation per use)

  • must be used in the Gym or outside on the grass
  • you must contact the church office in order to schedule this
  • you will need 2-3 strong people to move this around, set it up, and put it away
  • you must sign a liability waiver prior to use (download here: Liability Release Waiver PDF)
  • you must agree to follow the proper usage guidelines
  • damage to the bounce house will be at user’s expense
  • while renting the bounce house is okay, if you want to schedule the use of the Hayward Wesleyan Church facility, you must contact the church office, and availability is subject to church usage policies (meaning, you may or may not be able to use the church building, so call and check if you are eligible)

2. Offsite Rental | $150 suggested donation per day

  • must be used on a smooth surface like tile (not concrete or asphalt) or in the grass
  • you must contact the church office in order to schedule this
  • you will need a trailer  to transport this (HWC will NOT transport this for you at any cost); this will NOT fit in a van with the seats down nor is it easy to lift into the bed of a truck (a trailer is highly required)
  • you will need 2-3 strong people to move this around, set it up, and put it away
  • you must sign a liability waiver prior to use (download here: Liability Release Waiver PDF)
  • you must agree to follow the proper usage guidelines
  • damage to the bounce house will be at user’s expense

Here’s a Video of the Bounce House in Action:

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Here are some guidelines on using the bounce house:

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Here is how to properly roll the bounce house up:

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Here is how you setup the bounce house:

  1. Roll or place the bounce house in the area you want to use it because once you unroll it, it is difficult to move to another location.
  2. Unroll and open up the bounce house. It should all lay pretty flat.
  3. There are two shoots or tubes that come out of the bounce house, one on either side. These are where you connect the two blower motors. Wrap the vinyl tubes securely around the end of the blower motor and tighten with the strap. If you didn’t securely wrap or tighten the tubes, it is likely the tubes will come off of the blower motor during use.
  4. There are three air flaps around the bounce house: one on the end and the other two are on either side of the inflatable. These are secured with velcro. Make sure they are closed and velcro-ed well.
  5. Once the bounce house has been unrolled, blower motors secured, and the air flaps closed, then you can turn on the two blower motors and the bounce house will begin to inflate. If it is squishy and soft once it is fully inflated, then there is air leakage somewhere. Check the air flaps and the tubes by the blower motors to make sure they are all secured.
  6. The bounce house takes about 4 minutes to inflate.