Yes! Residential bounce houses are safe, fun alternatives to trampolines and have become a party tradition. They are strong and lightweight, easily handling the constant bouncing and pouncing by kids of all ages. It's important to follow the manufacturer's recommended guidelines to ensure your kids' safety and the longevity of the inflatable.
Rentals can become costly and inconvenient. The cost of renting a bounce house is typically double the cost of buying one. So, it can quickly add up. Although residential-grade bounce houses and water parks aren't suitable for heavy or commercial use, they're perfect for regular backyard play and are often at prices 80% lower than commercial inflatables. If you think your kids will use the bounce house at least twice, you'll end up saving money in the long run by buying one and using it over and over again, whenever and whereever you want.
Inflatable Bouncers (both dry and wet) function by continuous airflow. A powered air blower continously pumps air into the inflatable while it's in use, and air escapes through the seams. Therefore, it's normal to hear air "hissing" out of the inflatable or see bubbles in the water slides. You'll need an electrical plug nearby or a generator to power the air blower.