When it comes to bouncy houses, safety should always be the top priority. It is important to limit the use of a hammock to children aged 6 and above, and only when an adult trained in the safe use of the hammock is present. For safety reasons, children should be able to leave an inflatable or inflatable house on their own. The larger 15 x 15 foot bouncy houses (Castle Bounce and Crayon Bounce) can safely hold up to 20 children at a time.
It is important to check the rules of the bouncy house before allowing water inside, as not all bouncy houses are designed with water in mind. If rain is expected, it may be necessary to deflate and store the bouncy house before it arrives. Bouncy houses come in a variety of sizes and styles, from small inflatable enclosures suitable for toddlers, to larger inflatables and obstacle courses for preteens. To ensure the safety of all children using the bouncy house, it is important to make sure that nothing enters the bouncy house that shouldn't be there.
It is also important to secure the bouncy house properly so that gusts of wind do not blow it up and injure children. Adults should never jump inside a bouncy house with young children inside. When renting a bouncy house for a group, it is recommended to reserve one that is at least 13 feet wide and 13 feet deep.