Inflatable Rentals

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Inflatable Rentals

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Air-Tight Protection

Inflatable rental and amusement insurance is a distinctive type of coverage created to safeguard individuals or enterprises engaged in renting out inflatable bounce houses, slides, obstacle courses, and other inflatable attractions. If you are renting out these types of attractions, it is important to consider purchasing inflatable rental insurance to protect against unexpected liabilities that may arise during the course of business operations.

There are a number of reasons why investing in inflatable rental insurance is important. First and foremost, it can protect you from financial losses that may result from accidents, injuries, or property damage that occur during the rental of your inflatables. Without insurance, you could be held personally liable for damages, which could result in significant financial hardship. Additionally, many rental venues require proof of insurance before allowing inflatables to be set up on their premises.

What does Amusement and Inflatable Rental Insurance cover?

Amusement and inflatable rental insurance typically covers a wide range of events and situations, including bodily injury, property damage, theft, and weather-related damages. The specific coverage provided will vary depending on the policy you choose, but most policies will cover damage to the inflatable itself, as well as liability for injuries or damages that occur to others while using the inflatable.

Generally, this type of insurance also covers a variety of individuals, including business owners, event planners, and individuals renting inflatables for private events. If you are renting inflatables for commercial purposes, it is important to have insurance coverage in place to protect your business and your customers.

Our agents can assist you with related coverages for your business, including:

  • General Liability
  • Inland Marine
  • Commercial Auto
  • Hired and Non-Owned Auto Liability
  • Excess Accident Medical Coverage
  • Workers

  • Compensation
  • Flood
  • Earthquake
  • Abuse and Molestation
  • Cyber Liability
  • Umbrella or Excess Liability

What Will Amusement and Inflatable Rental Insurance Cost?

The cost of amusement and inflatable rental insurance will depend on a number of factors, including the number of inflatables you rent, the type and the value of the inflatables, as well as, the amount of coverage you require. Additionally, the location of your business and the specific risks associated with your business operations may also affect the cost of your insurance policy.

Overall, amusement and inflatable rental insurance is an essential investment for anyone who is renting out inflatables. By providing protection against a wide range of potential liabilities, it can help to protect your business, your assets, and your customers.

Talk to one of our agents today for help with choosing a policy that provides comprehensive coverage at a reasonable cost.

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