- Posted April 4, 2014 by
Bounce House Safety
Quite a few parents will be purchasing an inflatable bounce house this year for their kids. I own one too, and my children really love it! However, for the kids to be safe all parents must follow some basic guidelines.
One of the most common accidents that occurs with a bounce house is that the wind will blow it away. Imagine being a young child inside getting tossed around as the bounce house rolls through the air. Always check the weather and wind forecast. Additionally, make use of the anchors that comes with the bounce house.
There are many great deals on bounce houses, but do make sure that you determine your capacity needs before ordering one. Having too many kids jumping around inside a bounce house poses safety concerns that include children bumping into each other and vinyl fatigue. You definitely don't want to have the bounce house tear and deflate with kids inside of it!
Be a wise parent and read the bounce house's instructions before using it. May you and your entire family have a safe and fun spring/summer!
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