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Bounce House Operating Instructions

Each operator should read and understand the following instructions before using a Bounce House.

1. The bounce house should not be operated if wind exceeds 25 mph or in rain or lightning conditions.

2. All jumpers must remove their shoes.

3. jumpers should be sorted by size. Only jumpers of the same size should be allowed in the bounce house at the same time.

4. jumpers must remove loose or sharp objects including glasses and dangling jewelry. Glasses should be removed.

5. Absolutely no “Silly String”, gum, candy, food, drinks, animals, shoes, sharp objects or other sticky substances in the bounce house.

6. The operator should assess the number of people that can fit in the bounce house according to their age and size, however, keep in mind this is only a guide. Size and weight need to be taken into consideration since some children are bigger than others and the rated capacity should not be exceeded. Example: The bigger the children are the smaller number of children allowed in the bounce house. We can provide more specific recommendations at time of rental.

7. The operator should assist the jumpers when they enter and exit the bounce house.

8. The operator should position himself/herself in close proximity to the entrance of the bounce house.

9. While the bounce house is in operation, the operator should watch the jumpers at all times. No roughhousing or horseplay should be tolerated. No climbing on the nets is permitted. Anyone who does not obey the rules after being warned should be asked to exit the bounce house (operators should be made to understand that they are in control of the bounce house…and removing someone from a bounce house who is not following rules is important for all jumpers’ safety)

10. The operator must remain in control of the bounce house at all times and strictly enforce the rules posted on any warning signs.

Emergency Procedures

Emergencies can arise for various reasons. The following are a few examples of emergencies and how they can be handled. This is strictly a guide. Please use common sense when an emergency occurs and contact us when needed.


Bad weather can arrive in the form of rain, lightning or strong wind. In each case you want to evacuate the bounce house as quickly and safely as possible.

  • Remain Calm! If you panic your jumpers may also panic. Stay calm and stay focused on helping the jumpers inside exit the bounce house quickly and in an orderly safe manner.
  • After everyone has exited the bounce house, deflate the bounce house by turning off the blowers or fans.
  • Once deflated the bounce house should be folded over once so that the interior is protected from the weather.

Loss of Electrical Power...

  • When a loss of power occurs the bounce house will slowly start to deflate.
  • Remain Calm! You will have ample time to help your jumpers quickly and safely exit the bounce house. It is important that the operator and jumpers inside stay calm and relaxed while exiting. Talk calmly to those inside the bounce house while you’re helping them safely out.
  • Check to see if the blowers have come unplugged or the cords are unplugged from the outlet. If so, plug them back in and the bounce house will re-inflate.
  • Contact or have someone contact us at 817-545-7547 or 817-9033538 to check the problem. Do not leave the bounce house unattended.


  • If the bounce house becomes damaged while in your operation, take the following steps.
  • If the bounce house is ripped or otherwise begins to lose air, assist all jumpers from the bounce house and deflate it.
  • Write down what happened, when, and any other details you observed and turn this report in to the responsible party.
  • Contact us immediately. Do not attempt to continue to operate the bounce house.

If any problem arises please contact us at 817-545-7547 or 817-9033538

We service the DFW & North Dallas Texas area, including:
Arlington, Bedford, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Cockrell Hill, Colleyville, Coppell, Dallas, Duncanville, Edge cliff Village, Euless, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Forest Hill, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie,  Grapevine, Haltom City, Highland Park, Hurst, Irving, Keller, Las Colinas, Mansfield, North Richland Hills, Northlake, Pantego, Plano, Richland Hills, Saginaw, Sansom Park, Southlake, Trophy Club, Lake Dallas, Tarrant County, and Dallas County.

* Due to gas price fluctuations there may be a small delivery charge for certain areas. Please call us for details.

Bounce house, jumper, Inflatable, moonwalk... What's the difference? Inflatables have many names. They are referred to as; bounce houses, characters bouncers, inflatables, jumpers, moon bounces, kid bouncy house, air inflatable funhouses, bounce tents, bounce house for children, jumpy things, party bouncers, bouce fun houses, castle jumpers, etc… call them what you’d like, but we’re sure of one thing – we have the inflatable bounce house you need to make your next occasion a funtastic success! We also have party supplies, snow cone (sno-cone) machines, pinatas, tables and chairs. La Pinata proudly serves Dallas Texas and surrounding areas.



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