Have you ever watched kids with a bounce house? If you haven't, you should try it sometime. There is something about these units that kids just can't get enough of. So, don't you think that this would be the perfect addition to your son or daughter's birthday party? We think so too. There are many different varieties and sizes to consider depending on the size of the group you will be having at the party. But all of the positives aside, there are some factors that must be taken into account when you go out into the Albuquerque area looking for the perfect bounce house to rent. That is why we put together this guide. It will help you track down some high quality candidates and also narrow down your choice to the one bounce house provider that will have all of the kids jumping to their hearts content at your birthday party.
First off, we have a question for you. When is the last time that you conducted a search for bounce houses? We thought so, this is not the type of search that many people have done. Where would you even start? Well in our opinion, the world wide web is a very good place to begin your search. Do a Google search for “Bounce Houses in the Albuquerque area.” You will immediately see a few pages of links. Start clicking on each one and evaluate what you see on the website of each vendor. When a provider really impresses you, write their name on a list of potential candidates to check out. Also, start talking to your family, friends and coworkers about any bounce houses that have seen or experienced. If it was of a high quality, again, get the name and contact information. When you have a list that you are more than satisfied with, contact each candidate on your list and see when they can meet to talk about the birthday party and possibly renting a bounce house.
At each interview, make sure that you ask the exact same questions so you can do a side by side comparison after all of the interviews are concluded. After a few pleasantries, ask if the company is licensed. It may be hard to believe, but many companies do not register for a license in order to legally rent a bounce house. If you find out they are not licensed, run as fast as you possibly can. On another note, find out if they are insured. To protect you just in case there are accidents, you want to make sure of this as well. Be vigilant about the quality of their inflatables. Some vendors will run their units into the ground until they disintegrate. The last thing you want is to have a unit setup at your party that is old, used, and dirty. Ask to see one while you are there. What kind of cleaning do the units go through after every use? How many people will it take to setup the bounce house? Is there anything you need to do in order to prepare the ground or the area. Does customer service seem to be really high on their list? What kind of styles do they offer? Some kids love to slide so find out if this is attached to any of them. How much is this going to cost you? When you are completely satisfied with one of the candidates that you interview, ask for a contract and get ready for some great bouncing action.