Inflatable castles (closed inflatable trampolines, bouncy houses, bouncy castles, moon bounces, moonwalks, jumpers,) are temporary inflatable structures and buildings and similar items that are rented for functions, school and church festivals and birthday parties and used for recreational purposes, particularly for children. The growth in popularity of such devices has led to an inflatable rental industry which includes inflatable slides, obstacle courses, games, and more. Inflatables are ideal for portable amusements because they are easy to transport and store.
Commercial-grade bounce houses are made for very frequent use, set-up and take-down. These bouncers will weigh significantly more than their home counterparts and, while there are small commercial bouncers, are typically larger to accommodate bigger events. Bent Elements invests in only commercial-grade bouncers in order to hold up to the demands of our business. Commercial versions of nearly every bouncer and some features that can only be found in commercial bouncers, such as double slides and water slides up to twenty feet tall!
Inflatable Obstacle Courses
Inflatable obstacle courses are made of stronger material than indoor bouncers (like 420D nylon) and have additional reinforcement in the jump area, under any obstacles, and along the seams to withstand racing children! Inflatable obstacle courses are a great choice for events that will have older children or young adults that are strong enough to enjoy them. These inflatables can include features like tunnels, climbing walls, giant slides, and over-under walls, depending on the model. Obstacle courses are an especially good fit for commercial buyers because they are a great way to offer new and exciting features to keep clients interested.
Standard Bounce Houses
Standard inflatable bounce houses are very similar to indoor bounce houses but are made with thicker material and additional reinforcement areas, such as along the construction edges, near the entrance and along the seams. Standard-sized bouncers are typically larger and slightly heavier than indoor bouncers due to the weight of stronger materials. These bouncers should still be set up on a thick tarp to avoid scratches or scuffs, and they will still need to be secured before use. Because of the added strength in standard-sized bouncers, they can generally support more children at one time than their smaller, indoor counterparts.