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3 Reasons to Rent a Bounce House for Your Next Event

October 31, 2018

There are good parties, and then there are epic parties that your friends will talk about for months and years to come. You can have a good party with the basics: drinks, food, and friends. But if you want to go above and beyond the typical party, you’ll need to rent some equipment.

A bounce house might not be the first thing you think of, but it’s a versatile structure that works well in a variety of settings. Here are 3 reasons you should consider renting a bounce house for your next event.

 

A variety of themes

 

 

You can go with a classic bounce house design if you so desire, but that’s far from your only option. There are pumpkin-shaped bounce houses for Halloween, or even a haunted house if you want a particularly spooky environment. If your kids are really into certain Disney characters, then it’s fairly easy to rent a bounce house featuring those characters. When you look for bounce house rentals in NJ, make sure to call and ask which designs are available on your chosen date. Some types of houses will no doubt be booked up well in advance.

There’s also more than one size option available, which is helpful because it lets you adjust the size of the bounce house based on the number of people who will be attending. If you get a few last-minute RSVPs, you can call the rental company and upgrade to a larger size. Regardless of which size you pick, make sure you don’t have too many people in the bounce house at once, since that presents a safety hazard.

 

 

Adults can join in

 

 

If you’re having a party for kids, then you obviously need to give the children first dibs on the bounce house. But any adult who feels up to crawling inside the bounce house entrance should feel free to give it a go once the kids have a chance to jump around for a while. Adults may feel a little awkward at first, but that’s okay. For one thing, you typically can’t see what’s going on inside a bounce house unless you’re inside the structure, so people on the outside won’t be able to post incriminating videos on social media.

There is one thing you need to worry about, though, and that’s your homeowner’s insurance in New Jersey. Insurance companies typically don’t love things like trampolines and bounce houses, so you may want to check with your insurance agent before you set one up in your backyard and invite a bunch of people over. If someone gets hurt, you’ll want to be sure that your homeowner’s insurance protects you from any sort of liability.

 

 

They burn calories

 

 

Sure, something like a karaoke machine can be nice, but are you really going to burn a lot of calories by singing your favorite 80s tunes? Probably not. But a bounce house requires physical activity for the full experience, since no one goes through the trouble of climbing into a bounce house and then just sits there quietly. You have to jump up and down, and it turns out that’s a thing that burns calories.

A bounce house feels a bit like jumping on a trampoline, and jumping on a trampoline burns about 500 calories an hour for women and 660 calories an hour for men. It feels intense, and you probably aren’t going to monopolize the bounce house for a full hour just because you want to get in a workout. But it’s nice to know that if you wanted to, you could really blast some significant calories in your backyard. You don’t even have to wear shoes to do this form of vigorous aerobic activity.

 

 

 

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