FAQ Maze

There’s only one thing on the minds of our crew before setting up
a haunted attraction and that is safety! 

Safety First


Q. What about Damage to a Unit While in Operation?

A. These structures are manufactured with different technology than a balloon or rubber raft. The flow of air that inflates an inflatable is constant in that they are designed to ‘breath’ air at all times; you can actually hear and feel air seeping out of the seams throughout the entire unit. If someone was to puncture an inflatable, it would simply ‘bleed’ air out of that opening and the area around the puncture would become soft and spongy. Holes can be patched temporarily with duct or gaffers tape and then sealed permanently using the maintenance kits provided with your inflatables.

Q. What about Possible Collapse After a Power Failure?

A. If there is a power failure the inflatable structures will not collapse immediately. The unit will become soft and will start to sink; you will have an opportunity to escort your patrons out through the exits and then re-establish power to the blowers.

Q. But what if we have to deflate the units while expensive lighting and delicate equipment are inside?

A. One client of ours had us deflate and re-inflate the unit over 20 times during the rental and there was no damage to the props.  We even had the president of our company along with a fire officer, stand in the middle of one of the units while the entire structure was allowed to collapse completely on them; they simply pushed through and stepped out unscathed.

Q. What about Flame Retardant?

A. Inflatables are built from flame resistant material. If the client requires we also provide the M.S.D.S. specifications and label each unit with our fire retardant certification.

Q. What about Air Conditioning during the warm season?

A. Although the black material does absorb the heat during the summer days, the air being released through the seams within the structure help cool the unit down considerably. You may also open all exits and ventilation hatches while working inside to increase air ventilation and circulation.

Q. What happens during Emergencies While the unit is in Operation?

A. There are four exits (one on each side) and any wall of the unit can be opened up immediately in case of emergency or if visitors are too scared to continue to an exit (instant exits); the entrances and aisles are wheelchair accessible also.