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Why choose Water Slide Atlanta?

Water Slide Atlanta is North Georgia's premier source for safe, clean and affordable entertainment for all ages. Throughout the years, we have provided fun and games at well over 7,000 parties and events. Our professional drivers and staff are friendly and well-trained. We routinely clean and inspect all of our equipment before allowing its use. We are licensed and insured for your safety.

What type of parties and events do you provide inflatable Rides and Games for?

Whether you're planning a large festival, community, school, religious event; or backyard party, Water Slide Atlanta provides fun rides and equipment for every occasion. Our experienced Event Services Team can assist in planning your event or we can handle everything for you.

How far in advance should I place my reservation?

For your convenience, the fastest way to reserve your party or event equipment is through our website www.waterslideatlanta.com. Please make your reservations as soon as possible. All of our Rides and Games are very popular and often booked weeks and even months in advance. The sooner you call, the more likely you are to be able to obtain the item you want.

What form of payment do you accept?

In addition to business checks (with prior approval), we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. If you are paying with cash, please have the correct amount. For their safety, our drivers do not carry change.

Do you offer multi-unit discounts?

Water Slide Atlanta strives to provide entertainment value without sacrificing quality and safety. In order to assist you in your selection process, our website clearly states pricing and indicates the availability of all of our rides, games, and equipment. Please see the Package Specials portion of our website for additional discounts or simply call for a customized rental quote. For pricing or questions regarding large festivals, carnivals, fundraisers, profit-sharing, pay-per-ride events, staffing, etc., please call 404-500-6500. We can assist you with event planning or handle the entire event for you.

Can the inflatables be set-up indoors?

Yes, our units can be set up inside or outside! You will need to have enough ceiling height (about 18'-20') to accommodate most inflatables although we have some shorter units. The inflatable must not be set up too near hot lights, fire prevention equipment, air conditioning vents, or any fire hazards. Many gymnasiums, halls, churches, malls, or locations with sufficient height will do just fine.

Is it customary to tip the delivery team?

If you believe the service level warrants a tip, it would certainly be appreciated by these hard-working team members that often work long hours in challenging conditions. However, tipping is not required.

What should I do if I lose power or have another problem?

Immediately call your delivery driver or the office with any concerns regarding personnel or equipment. In case of a real emergency, dial 911. Interrupted power is the primary source of inflatable failures. Should the blowers provided to you stop working, immediately remove the children playing in or on it. Then check the circuit breaker to see if it has tripped. If the circuit breaker has tripped, try to identify and isolate any other equipment from the circuit before resetting the breaker.

How much electricity do I need?

Our inflatable rides and games are inflated using a fully enclosed electric blower unit that is powered by a standard 110 volt, 20 AMP, three-prong electrical outlet. Each blower draws roughly 9-10 Amps (1,000 -1,100w) and some larger units use multiple blowers. Electricity is needed within 100 feet of the inflatable. These motors run constantly to keep the unit inflated so constant ample power will be required. Concession equipment should not be placed on the same power source. The units are powered by a standard 110 volt, 20 AMP, three-prong electrical outlet. Each machine requires between 7-11 Amps (900-1,300w).

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