Bubble House Instruction

1. Choose a suitable location for your bubble house, avoiding outdoor setup in direct sunlight or during extreme temperatures. While safety standards are still being developed, it is generally recommended to avoid temperatures of 85 degrees Fahrenheit or higher.

2. When the bubble house is not in use, it is advisable to avoid keeping it powered on and fully inflated for extended periods. To alleviate pressure on the vinyl, partially open the zippers or consider using a speed controller to regulate airflow.

3. Adhere to the manufacturer's guidelines regarding the blower used for your bubble house. For standard-sized bubbles (10ft diameter), it is generally recommended not to exceed a 1HP blower.

4. Implement a standard maximum rental period to minimize the time the bubble house remains inflated, especially during outdoor setups in hot weather. Extended inflation increases internal pressure within the unit.

5. Consider having a trained bubble house attendant present at every event. Attendants can ensure guests follow safety rules, create an enjoyable party experience, and help minimize wear and tear on the unit, ultimately protecting your investment.

Remember to consult the specific instructions and safety guidelines for your bubble house to ensure proper usage and maintenance.