How much do those inflatable castles that kids can jump in cost? Does it really pay off to buy instead of renting one when you need it?
How big would you say? P=
About the size of this- http://www.amazon.com/Bounceland-Inflatable-Bounce-House-Ballpit/dp/B0028N4HB0/ref=acc_glance_t_ai_-1_t_2
Or the size of this- http://www.google.com/products/catalog?hl=en&q=inflatable+castle&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=14473524586812711161&sa=X&ei=xEvCTY32FdLAtgfUtpWlBQ&ved=0CGAQ8wIwAg#
I think it would pay off, they would have fun and you wouldn't have to deal with them trying to murder you if you stopped paying rent, plus it might be cheaper to buy then to rent in some cases. :)
It is according to your product's size and order of complexity .More complexity ,such as lots of cartoons on the castle,it may cost more.Inflatable product is different from other products,if the product is bigger ,it needs more technology content,so it cost more.
When you think of an inflatable jumping castle, you think of lots of playing happy kids jumping around in the backyard or in the park. That's the beauty of an inflatable jumping castle or any other inflatable bouncy castle or bouncy object. They allow kids the opportunity to play for hours in a controlled environment without hurting themselves. The parents don't have to wonder where the kids are. They can hear their children playing inside of the bouncy toy and they can rest assure that their child is safe and is having a good time.
There are some things to keep in mind when renting or purchasing an inflatable jumping castle or another inflatable bouncing object. First, you need to make sure that you are buying or in most cases renting, a bouncy castle that is made out of safe material. There are standards in the U.S. and the UK that govern the type of material that bouncy castles and other inflatables can be made out of. This is for the protection and the safety of those who will be bouncing the castle. If the material isn't durable enough, the bouncy object could tear and puncture easily. This would be a danger to the children because they could fall right to the hard ground, get stuck inside of the material, choke, or suffocate to death. On the other hand, if the material is too harsh, the children can break their bones or suffer friction burns when they land on the material after bouncing. This is why the material that is used is regulated and certified to be safe.
Other people asked questions on similar topics, check out the answers they received:
Other people asked questions on various topics, and are still waiting for answer. Would be great if you can take a sec and answer them