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We hired the 50ft assault course for our daughters birthday party! It was amazing! Paul was easy to deal with and super efficient! Thanks so much!
Had an amazing service from Paul and his team today at our school summer Fayre, nothing was too much trouble and he even popped back to move it further into the shade for us. I can highly recommend them and will definitely be using them again for our next event.
Fab service, quick and professional, delivered and picked up swiftly and great value for money. Would highly recommend.
Excellent service, punctual and great price. Thank you
Hired the large bouncy castle with the slide on the side for my daughters 4th birthday today and it was a massive hit! The kids were never off it! Great service, Thankyou Paul!
Princess Box Bouncer
This princess castle can also be used as a ball pool! It’s only for kids and would be perfect for your little princess. With a bright pink theme it’s sure to go down a treat at any girly birthday party. And, like all of our items, it has been safety tested and will arrive clean and ready for bouncing! This castle can also be used as a ball pit, click here to see our package deal.
As with all of our bouncy castles, inflatable slides, and inflatable assault courses, the following equipment is included with the order:
Stakes or sandbags, depending on the surface type
The bouncy castle blowers should plug directly into a standard electric power supply, usually from the house or garage. This can be done with the use of extension cables, which we can provide for distances less than 50m. If the nearest plug socket is over 50m away, we recommend either a petrol blower or diesel generator, both can be booked through our website.
The bouncy castle will need to be set up on a stable and even surface, please make sure there are no sharp stones nearby. We are unable to set the castle up on loose stones as this will cause damage, grass and tarmac are better options.
If it starts raining slightly while using the inflatable, it is often better to leave it up. This will allow the rain to run off the castle, drying it out quicker when the rain stops. Make sure to go over the steps with an old towel to remove any water, and take care when bouncing. If the rain is heavy, it may be better to deflate the unit. If you can cover it with a tarpaulin sheet this will stop it from getting waterlogged, allowing it to dry out quicker. Make sure to cover any plug sockets with plastic bags to prevent damage. If the wind becomes strong, deflate the castle immediately until the weather calms down.