Ramp up the excitement and live the thrill of summer all year long with the Plano Bounce House Rentals, guaranteed to bring the neighborhood together and set your childrens’ hearts ablaze. In the minds of every kid leading up to his or her birthday is the vision of a gargantuan inflatable bouncy house featuring steep water slides with pointy castle top architecture fit for the most royal event.
Whether you’re looking for toddler bounce houses, adult bounce house rentals or an inflatable slide to bring to your gathering, making the choice to call in the services of our experts will provide you with the perfect addition. Make your event a standout with quality, affordable rentals from the party specialists at Plano Bounce House Rentals then kick off your shoes, climb aboard and bounce your worries away. With undoubtedly quality brands like KidWise and BounceLand inflatable bounce houses, the selection and expertise offered at Plano Bounce House Rentals are certain to deliver the fun and safety every kid wants and every parent needs.
There’s no limit to the amount of excitement a quality party rental service can bring. Included in our selection are:
We at Plano Bounce houses take great pride in our unshaking dedication to customers and hold the utmost priority in handling bouncy house rentals with a deep regard for safety. By supplying and installing the generators for inflatable bouncy houses, as well as providing insight on the proper maintenance and operation of the water slides we at Plano Bounce House rentals ensure smooth sailing for your summer bash or backyard birthday party.
Inflatable bounce houses were invented by a man named John Scurlock. Originally, the inflatable structures Scurlock worked on were intended to be used by the government to allow for the safe landing of firemen and other personnel from elevated surfaces such as high rise buildings. Very quickly, however, the test subjects realized how much a blast it was to jump up and down on the bouncy buoyant material! The surfaces are typically composed of thick, strong PVC or vinyl and nylon, and the bounce houses are inflated using an electric or petrol-powered blower. The principle is one of constant leakage, meaning small punctures are not a problem.
Plano Bounce House Rentals has the wide selection and the hospitality you’re looking to launch your next home BBQ or get together. Whether it is the KidWise Clubhouse Climber or an adult variety such as the Rainbow Castle, Plano Bounce House Party Rentals can provide the fun at a reasonable price.
How can you improve the absolutely thrilling experience of an inflatable bouncy house? By adding water to it of course! At Plano Bounce House Rentals, we offer a diverse variety of inflatable water slides perfectly designed to accommodate and enliven any party or event you’re hosting. Water slides differ in their riding method and therefore size. Some slides require riders to sit directly on the slide, or on a raft or tube designed to be used with the slide. A typical water slide uses a pump system to pump water to the top which is then allowed to freely flow down its surface. The water reduces friction so sliders can shoot down the rail with speed and exhilaration. Water slides run into a swimming pool (often called a plunge pool) or a long run-out chute. A lifeguard is usually stationed at the top and the bottom of the slide, so that if a rider gets hurt they will be treated immediately.
Race to the finish like the stars on American Ninja warrior with our awesome set of inflatable obstacle courses. Plano Bounce House Rentals offer courses that feature pillars, nets, artificial rock climbing, and more. Obstacle Courses are a barrel of fun and great to satisfy your child’s competitive nature. Kids can race each other or just run wild through all the pop-ups, side bars, tunnels, rock walls and slides. There are so many different ways to have a blast and we can provide many bouncy castle rentals Plano residents can enjoy!
City of Plano, Texas
Plano ( PLAY-noh) is a city in Collin County and Denton County, Texas, United States. It had a population of 285,494 at the 2020 census. It is part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. == History == European settlers came to the area near present-day Plano in the early 1840s. Facilities such as a sawmill, a gristmill, and a store soon brought more people to the area. A mail service was established, and after rejecting several names for the nascent town (including naming it in honor of then-President Millard Fillmore), residents suggested the name Plano (from the Spanish word for “flat”) in reference to the local terrain, unvaried and devoid of any trees. The post office accepted the name.In 1872, the completion of the Houston and Central Texas Railway helped Plano grow, and it was incorporated in 1873. By 1874, the population had grown to more than 500. In 1881, a fire raged through the business district, destroying most of the buildings. Plano was rebuilt and business again flourished through the 1880s.