Jump St. Johns

Rental Agreement & Safety and Liability Terms and Conditions


Supervision is required at all times to keep riders safe. As the lesser of our inflatable units, the children's safety and rider's safety are your responsibility. As the lessee, you need to be within close distance of the inflatable at all times. In addition to rider safety, you are fully responsible for the security of the leased inflatable.

  • If wind exceeds 15 MPH, rain or lightning the inflatable should not be operated.
  • Riders should remove all footwear and should remove any sharp objects, jewelry, glasses, or accessories.
  • These items are considered restricted in the inflatable while operational (pets, animals, confetti, candy, food and drink, gum, silly string, paint and or any other item that can cause any damage or lengthy cleaning process.
  • Water is prohibited in inflatables unless the inflatable is designated as a wet rental.  Inflatables that are not meant to be wet pose a significant risk of injury if operated wet.  If the inflatable becomes wet, Lessee must dry the unit completely before the inflatable can be operational. It is recommended to turn on the inflatable and utilize a towel to dry the inflatable.  We recommend repeating this process until the unit is no longer wet for 5 minutes.
  • Aggressive behavior will not be tolerated and dangerous activities such as flips, wrestling and chicken fighting are prohibited.
  • Inflatables should be used for their intended purpose and hanging on nets, roofs or sidewalls can cause significant damage.  If any portion of the inflatable is damaged a fee will be charged to Lessee.
  • People with pre-existing conditions should not be allowed in the inflatable at any given point.  That includes women who are pregnant, have heart disease, or pre-existing injuries.
  • Anyone under the influence of drugs & alcohol is prohibited from entering the unit.
  • Fire is extremely harmful to the inflatables so smoking, matches, lighters, torches, candles, tiki lights, fireworks, or anything that is hot is prohibited in or around the inflatable.
  • Please follow the guidelines posted on each inflatable for recommended weight and the number of people allowed in the inflatable at one time.
  • The inflatable must stay in the same location as it was installed.  Please check that all corners of the unit are secured at all times with stakes.  If a unit shifts during operation, please require riders to exit the inflatable and move the unit back to the original location.
  • Any alterations to the unit will be assessed a fee.
  • The lessee has the right to remove any rider that is not following the rules.
  • The event location must be flat and free of rocks, twigs, animal droppings, and debris to ensure the safety of the jumper and its riders. A 20-foot overhead clearance is needed and a 5-foot perimeter clearance around the jumper is also needed. The installation space for an inflatable must be level (flat) and free of any debris such as rocks, sticks, animal waste, and mud. Jump St. Johns reserves the right to cancel the reservation due to dirty or unsafe environments.  Please check the inflatable dimensions to make sure it will fit in the designated area.
  • In the event that an inflatable loses power please remain calm and remove riders immediately.
 
 
2. EQUIPMENT, RENT, PAYMENT, AND TERMS:

The undersigned, as Lessee (Customer), rents from Jump St Johns LLC as Lessor, the rental fee as stated through checkout is payable from the time of commencement, setup time, and end time.

3. DELIVERY:

The unit(s) will be delivered to the street address specified at the delivery address at the checkout by Lessee. Lessee grants Lessor the right to enter the property at the said address (“Delivery Address”) for delivery and subsequent pick up of the unit and any associated equipment at approximately specified times.

4. PROBLEMS:

The Lessor equipment is reliable, however, should the unit begin to deflate, immediately have riders exit the unit and check for one of the following conditions: 1) The motor has stopped; in which case check the connection at the outlet near the motor and when the unit plugs into the house to make sure they have not come undone 2) If the motor continues to run, check for blockage of the air intake screen on the side of the blower unit. Also, check both air tubes. In the event there is a loss of power, don’t panic; exit all riders carefully and quickly. Make sure that the motor is not unplugged or turned off. If the unit became unplugged because it is moved and pulled the plug from the outlet, your unit is not secured well enough. Check the stakes or sandbags and make sure the kids are not playing too wildly (i.e., throwing themselves against the walls.) If that is not the problem check your fuse box or breaker box. Your circuit could be overloaded, try unloading the circuit and plugging it back in. If the motor is still running, check the air intake on the side of the motor for blockage, and check the blower tube(s) on the inflatable unit to make sure that they are tightly tied on. If the problem continues, please call (904) 446-8520

5. CARE OF THE UNIT & FEES:

Lessee agrees to keep the unit in the same condition as when received, ordinary wear and tear excepted. Do not move the unit from the place where it was installed. If the unit moves, pull corner(s) back to their original location(s) of installation and re-secure. Do not let the unit rub up against any surface. Absolutely no “SILLY STRING” is to be sprayed on, inside, or near the unit. It will not come off and will destroy the unit permanently. If the unit is damaged by “SILLY STRING”, then a retail replacement fee shall be automatically imposed. Any misuse or damage to the unit will result in additional fees: 1) Spilled food, drink, or other spilled items could result in a $100-$300 cleaning fee. 2) Negligence and damage to the unit could result in a $250-$1,000 repair fee. 3) Loss or theft of the unit while under the care of the Lessee will result in a retail cost replacement fee. In the event of rain, high winds, inclement weather and for any other extreme reason, Lessor reserves the right to cancel this agreement and terminate the reservation without any delivery or set up.  If the equipment is delivered and set up you will be charged the full amount of the rental agreement. Refunds will only be given due to inclement weather or at the discretion of the Lessor. Lessee agrees to return the unit and pay Lessor for all charges incidental to breakage to the unit while it is in the possession of the Lessee. 

6. WET & DRY UNITS:

Lessee agrees to use the unit in accordance with the reservation that was requested. If the Lessee rented a wet/dry unit at the dry price, the unit must remain dry. Lessee agrees to provide credit card information prior to set up of the unit and if upon pick up a dry unit has been made wet, the Lessee agrees to have their credit card charged for the price of the wet unit rental. If the Lessee does not wish to provide credit card information, the Lessee must pay the price of the wet unit upfront as a deposit and the difference of the wet and dry unit prices will be refunded upon pick up. If a dry unit rental is wet upon pick up the deposit will not be refunded.

7. ALTERATIONS AND ATTACHMENTS:

No alterations in or attachments to the unit will be made without the prior written approval of Lessor.

8. WARRANTY:

Lessor warrants that the unit leased under this Rental Agreement will be in good working order on the effective date of the Rental Agreement. The unit is supplied and maintained subject to this warranty. Lessor’s obligation under this Agreement is limited to repair or replacement of the unit when Lessor determines that it does not conform to this warranty. The warranty is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied, and of any and all liabilities on the part of the Lessor for damages, including but not limited to, consequential damages, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of the unit.

9. POSSESSION OF AND TITLE TO:

Lessee agrees to keep the unit in his/her custody and not to sublease, rent, sell, remove from the Delivery Address, or otherwise transfer such unit. The unit will remain property of the Lessor and may be removed by Lessor at any time after the termination of this Rental Agreement.

10. RELEASE OF LIABILITY:

The Lessee shall be in charge of the unit’s operation and is fully responsible for its operation as well as the return of the unit in good working order. Lessor and its officers, shareholders, directors, employees, and agents are not responsible for any injury occurring to the Lessee or to any guests of Lessee or to any other person using the unit while the unit is in possession of the Lessee. Lessee shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless Lessor and its officers, shareholders, directors, employees, and agents against and in respect to any and all claims, demands, losses, costs, expenses, obligations, liabilities, damages, recoveries, and deficiencies, including interest, penalties, and reasonable attorney’s fees that Lessor shall incur or suffer, which arise or result from the use of the unit by Lessee, any guest of Lessee, or to any other person using the unit, or to any claims by any other person injured by or account of the unit while it is in the possession of the Lessee. Lessor and its officers, shareholders, directors, employees, and agents will not be responsible for any damages occurring on the premises of the Lessee or any other location including parks, halls, etc. in which the Lessee may hold an event. Lessor will not be held responsible for any underground utilities, sprinkler systems, septic systems, electrical, rocks, etc. when staking down inflatables. 

11. PUBLIC PROPERTY EVENTS:

Most municipalities have additional insurance and permit requirements when setting up on the public property. It is the Lessee’s responsibility to contact the municipality to find out these requirements, if any, and communicate that information to us. It is the Lessee’s responsibility to obtain the appropriate approvals and permits. If Lessor sets up equipment and the municipality requires its removal due to the Lessee not having prior approval and/or the appropriate permit, a refund will not be issued. Lessor will provide a Certificate of Insurance to the Lessee for the public premise in which the Lessee is holding their event. Lessor will not be held responsible for any damages to the public municipalities in which the Lessee may hold an event. Any damages to parks, halls, schools, etc as a result of said event will be the responsibility of the Lessee. The Lessor will not be liable for any injuries occurring on public premises while the unit is in possession of the Lessee.

12. LESSEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:

Lessee acknowledges and certifies that they have had a sufficient opportunity to read this entire document that they have, in fact, read it in its entirety, that they understand its content, and that they execute it freely, intelligently, and without duress of any kind.

13. SEVERABILITY:

If any of the terms or conditions of this agreement are found to be unenforceable, illegal, or unconscionable by a court competent jurisdiction, the remaining terms and conditions of the Agreement shall stay in full force and effect.

14. ENTIRE AGREEMENT:

This Rental Agreement constitutes the full agreement between Lessor and Lessee (Customer). This lease contains the entire agreement of the parties hereto. Any prior agreements, whether written or oral, promises negotiations or representations not expressly herein shall be acknowledged by Lessee.

Leave this empty:

Signature arrow sign here

Signed by Nathan Marcarelli
Signed On: August 29, 2022


Signature Certificate
Document name: Rental Agreement & Safety and Liability Terms and Conditions
lock iconUnique Document ID: 4711c5dd0437596d484222014af69447cd2ca433
Timestamp Audit
March 13, 2022 10:26 pm ESTRental Agreement & Safety and Liability Terms and Conditions Uploaded by Nathan Marcarelli - hello@jumpstjohns.com IP 76.223.228.214