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How to Open an Inflatable Rental Business

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Delivering your Inflatable

Organization is key in the inflatable rental business. Paperwork for the deliveries should be read by Thursday afternoon or Friday morning. Flow Charts should be done by Friday afternoon at the very latest. From the renal agreement papers you can determine which inflatable go out and what equipment you will need its good to devise a checklist in advance to inventory your truck before you leave. A checklist should contain some of the following information:

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Also, do a dry run before you set out on your first inflatable delivery, choose a location and determine the time it takes from load up to set up. You need to allow for any unexpected snafus, the customer is late or the setup location is difficult to get to. Many things can happen to slow the delivery process.

Being early by at least a half house is a good habit. Seasoned business owners will tell you they'd rather be 2 hours early than 2 minutes late. Customers will rarely complain about an early delivery but will expect a refund if you're even a few minutes behind schedule. If you are more than a half hour early call the customer to okay the delivery time and to assure you that hey will be at that location to accept the inflatable.

When scheduling the driver allow at the most one delivery per hour in case of any snafus. The only exception to that rule is if you have 2 inflatables going to the same customer. Take into consideration driving time.

Always follow the inflatable manufacturer recommendations on the setup of your equipment. Even when running late you must always make certain that the equipment is working correctly and is properly installed.

Just as key as being prompt for the delivery, picking up a unit on time is very important. A prompt pickup demonstrates the professionalism of your company. Particularly when delivering to a park you need to watch the clock. Generally when a customer has given a time for the pickup they are ready to leave either at that time of prior to that time. Giving them your cell number is helpful, but explain that it may take you some extra time if they request an early pickup.

There is a certain etiquette that needs to be followed when delivering a inflatable to a parks. The parks have rules that must be adhered to by the drivers. Certain parks don't have drive areas so units must be wheeled to the setup area. Some parks don't have electricity and generators are needed. Customers may be running late so additional time may be needed. Ask your local parks department what the rules are regarding the setup of inflatables.

When delivering inflatable games to parks explain to the customer that the unit is their responsibility until you arrive. Inflatables are expensive and if left unattended that can be stolen or vandalized.

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