These are very strange and stressing times for us all. As a small business (like thousands of others) we have suffered badly during this time. That being said we do hope to BOUNCE back as soon as we can
From 18th May 2020 we attempt to provide a contactless delivery system. This will be limited to a certain amount of bookings per week.
The following will apply:
- No Corporate or Outdoor events (for example fun days)
- We ask you limit your Inflatable hire to your immediate family only – no other guests
- We will not leave Inflatable in front gardens
- We cannot bring Inflatable through houses – side gates only
- Hires are two day only – special two-day rate
How it will work
- Castle will be ordered and booked (subject to availability)
- You must have a side gate or rear access. We cannot come through your house currently.
Payment & Hire Agreement
- You will still be required to sign a hire agreement. This will be done at your window – please have a pen ready
- Payment will then be placed through the window in our payment box
- Side gate will be left open (area cleared)
- Nobody will be in the garden whilst the Inflatable is being set up
- Inflatable will be sprayed with disinfectant – allow 10 minutes for this to dry
- Hire contract will be signed through the window (using your own pen please and not touching the clip board)
- On collection, gate will be left open again with nobody in the garden
- Leave the unit up when we collect – we will then spray it again before leaving
- Bookings are dependent on government restrictions and only will be done if safe to do so. We reserve the right to cancel at anytime
- All persons hire at their own risk, we cannot take any responsibility
No person should hire or take part if:
A. They have virus symptoms. High temperature, cough, shortness of breath or breathing difficulties.
B. They are living with someone who is self-isolating or waiting for a Covid 19 test result. It should be noted that recent studies have suggested that Covid 19 may be spread by people who are not showing symptoms.
C. They are living with “at risk groups” as defined by the HSE.
D. They have returned to the island of Ireland within the last 14 days. They should refer to national advice issued by the HSE and or the department of foreign affairs