Leisure Equipment Cover
In addition to inflatables and bouncy castles here's an example of the types of leisure equipment we can add to your policy
- Balloon Modelling
- Basketball Game
- Beat The Goalie
- Bubble Machine
- Children’s Car Rides
- Coconut Shy
- Coin Operated Rides
- Crazy Golf
- Face Painter
- Foam Play Shapes
- Froggit Stall
- Giant Games (“Jenga”)
- Gift Box Dispenser
- Grabbing Crane
- Helter Skelter (Lighthouse or Skyline)
- Helter Skelter (small: no well)
- Inflatable Obstacle Course (Adults)
- Inflatable Laser Quest
- Land Train
- Mini Golf
- Mirror Maze
- Pulsar Laser Quest
- Punch and Judy Show
- Quad – set of 4
- Remote Control Cars / Boats
- Rifle Range (Air pellets)
- Rifle Range (Compressed Air)
- Rifle Range (Cork)
- Rifle Range (Light Beam)
- Rodeo Bull (DOES spin or rotate)
- Rodeo Bull (NO spin or rotation)
- Skittles / Bowls
- Soft Play Area
- Soft Play (Non Climbing)
- Space Hoppers
- Stalls (Throwing)
- Trampolines Child(Bungee only)
- Trampolines Adult(Bungee only)
- Trampolines (fully enclosed – child)
- Trampolines (fully enclosed – adult)
- Wrecking Ball (barrier)
- Wrecking Ball (NO edge barrier)
- Zorb (slope/hill) NO barriers
- Zorb (slope/hill) WITH barriers
- Zorb (within a barrier)
- Zorb (body zorbs)
Plus much more. Please speak to our advisers if you do not see your equipment listed above.
Help with choosing the right cover options for your business.
If you are new to business insurance or would like a simple overview of the cover options please see below.
Anyone who works with or around people will need this insurance. You may have just started a new bouncy castle business, or perhaps you just operate part-time to top up your income each month.
You employ someone that isn't family, or you have a part-time assistant paid or voluntary, then by law, (Unless Exempt) you will require employers' liability in addition to your public liability.
Sounds rather official, doesn't it? However, it can be a simple but secure lock-up where you keep your equipment. Your business has grown, congratulations, you now have quite a lot of equipment, and it takes up too much space at home. Business premises will cover your buildings and often includes the fixtures and fittings as well.
If you rely on your business' income you should consider business interruption. If your business is unable to trade as normal, for example there is flooding and you are unable to get to your equipment at your premises, this cover will protect you against financial loss.
Goods in Transit
Often the equipment you transport is quite expensive, and while your vehicle may have an excellent cover package it may not cover the replacement cost of your equipment, and you could find yourself out of pocket. It's worth checking with your insurance provider.
This cover can be useful for any business, either established or a new start-up. While public liability will cover you against your companies negligence should it occur, what cover protects you against the costs of defending against a claim that isn't or wasn't your fault?
Personal Accident and Assault
Personal accident and assault covers you financially should you be unable to work due to an injury.
Covers the replacement cost of your equipment should it be lost, stolen or damaged. Depending on the provider there may be exclusions or limits imposed on the level of cover so please ensure you speak to your broker.
Money and Banking
Provides cover up to a limit for loss of money held. Cash limits may vary from insurer to insurer so please speak to your broker as to any exclusions and the limits placed on your expected policy.