I’ll cut to the chase, this is the optimal order to have a conversation with any business you’d like to rent from: Start with WHEN you need it, e.g. “Do you all have anything still available for this Saturday?”, as a subset what time do you need it by? If the item requires delivery (our business does): WHERE is it going? (this becomes very important on last minute bookings, not so much if it’s for 6 months in advance) Even if we still have something available if one booking i
Effective today we've adjusted all rental prices. I think we are still very competitive and it wouldn't shock me one bit if our competitors follow suit with price increases. Why are we raising prices? Insurance coverage for inflatables is skyrocketing in price, it's gone up modestly every year since we started (couple hundred dollars per year) with no claims and about the same exposure, and this year it jumped 59% higher over last years cost. Since we started 4 years ago it'
As a bounce house / inflatable rental company, we require a $25 good faith deposit to make reservations, no matter how much your total is. Our goal was to price it affordable enough for most anyone, but expensive enough to make someone think twice about doing last minute cancellations. When looking at competitors, many places will charge a $50 deposit; some require 50% of the total, so we feel $25 is very reasonable. Why do rental companies require deposits? We've waived the
With temperatures heating up water inflatables are a great way to cool off! There is no question they are great fun, but adding water in the mix with inflatables adds a bit more challenges for safety, as well as additional considerations for setting up, taking it down, and cleaning/drying. With all that in mind we charge a little extra to rent units wet (~$50). The added safety issue is when vinyl is wet it gets slippery increasing risks of accidents and injuries. For wet ren