payment is due at the commencement of the hire period.
bookings can only be held for a maximum of 7 days. This agreement must
be returned signed within 7 days in order to confirm the booking.
equipment must be returned in similar condition to that received. Any
damage to equipment caused by misuse or neglect, or loss due to removal
by non-authorised persons, shall deem the hirer/operator liable for
full repair or replacement cost and loss of business. A cleaning charge
may be levied if the equipment is excessively soiled.
equipment must be returned or made available for collection at the time
and date agreed, failure to do so will result in additional charges
being levied for each extra hire period. Extra hire after midnight will
incur an additional hourly rate.
shoes, jewellry, spectacles, sharp objects or anything else which could
injure others or damage the unit to be worn on inflatables. No food
or drink to be taken onto or near the equipment.
that the equipment is supervised at all times and any boisterous behaviour
is stopped. Do not allow anyone to sit on the sides, climb, swing or
hang from the walls and beams of the inflatables. It is recommended
that the equipment be under adult supervision whilst in use and that
the equipment only be used for the purpose intended.
not exceed manufacturers recommended maximum age of person to use the
equipment and never exceed the maximum number recommended by the manufacturers.
No adults should use the inflatables at all, except when agreed with
'Castles In The Air' where a further disclaimer will be required. All
persons using the equipment do so at their own risk.
In The Air (or its agents) cannot be held responsible for any accident
or injury to any person or property arising from the use of the equipment.
It is the hirer's responsibility to arrange for adequate insurance where
equipment is to be erected and anchored in accordance with manufacturer's
instructions and should not be used in high winds or extremely wet conditions.
The site should be clear of any hazards, e.g, glass and stones etc,
and open sides of the inflatable should be well cushioned, if there
is no provision for this in the design of the inflatable.
'Castles In The Air' will endeavour to provide inflatables in a dry
condition however on occasion this may not be possible, e.g, due to
bad weather the day before.
using Electric Fans
A residual Current Circuit Breaker (RCD) must be used when units are
All electrical equipment is P.A.T tested within the HSE guidelines,
and all equipment be fitted with BS approval plugs and sockets. No person
shall interfere with the electrical equipment other than the hirer/operator.
The fan should never be turned off when there are persons using or standing
close to the inflatable.
Castles In The Air Is A Member of BIHA British
Inflatable Hirers Association