It is easy to find party rentals in Miami. But it is not easy to find a party rental company that will go out for their way to ensure your party ends up well. More often than not, it is always the client’s responsibility to ensure safety. This is often tricky especially where the party involves children. So, just how do you ensure your party is safe?
Understand your rental agreement
Take time to read your rental agreement in its entirety. Ask for clarification where a term seems ambiguous. Do this before signing anything. Then find out more about your responsibilities as far as upholding the agreement is. How else will you know about rental return times and other important things such as return condition of all equipment?
Beware of the law
Get to know safety laws and requirements regarding the party rental items and equipment in your agreement. Some party equipment like bounce houses feature safety rules that are governed by both state and federal law, all in the name or preventing injuries. Ignore such laws at your own risk.
Don’t leave kids unsupervised
Keep an eye over kids at all times. They may be just two in the bouncing house. But that number is not tantamount to safety. Just keep an eye over them. Speaking of numbers, do not allow several children to get in the castle all at once. Do not also allow older and younger children to play together, lest you want to see a bully take on the younger kids.
Request for ‘support’ from the rental company
In other words, make sure the rental company sends someone to the party to help you take care of the equipment. That way, it will be easy for the person to handle glitches on the equipment. If having such a person around is not possible, make sure you have the rental company’s number on your emergency dial.