Indoor Inflatable Frequent Questions

We know insurance can be confusing, so we have made up a list of the most common questions that we receive about indoor inflatable insurance. If you have a general question that is not on the list please feel free to ask in the comments box! We will answer your question & may even add it to our list of FAQ’s.

1. What kind of insurance do I need for my indoor inflatable center?
Indoor Inflatable Centers can need several types of coverage in order to make sure that they are properly covered. The types of insurance that you will need will vary depending on the nature of your center. The main types of insurance you may need are: General Liability, Accident Medical, Property, Workers Compensation, Business Income, Commercial Auto, Flood & Earthquake, EPLI, Abuse & Molestation

2. Can I get just a seasonal policy?
We unfortunately do not offer seasonal insurance policies for indoor inflatable centers. We do offer insurance for special events. If you need coverage for your indoor center for less than a year, please give our office a call at 864-688-0121.

3. Questions about Policy Payments
Do I have to pay in full? – Depending on the premium amount the payment is sometimes required in full. Otherwise, a down payment (also known as minimum earned premium) can be put down and the rest of the payments may be financed.

4. Can we provide coverage in all 50 states?
Yes, we can! We are licensed to provide insurance in all 50 states.

5. How much is this going to cost?
The cost for an indoor inflatable center depends on the specifics of your center. If you would like to get a rough estimate you can give us a call at 864-688-0121. You will need to fill out an application in order to get an actual quote.

6. When will my insurance policy be effective?
The policy will be effective the day after we receive all signed forms to bind coverage and have paid your entire required payment amount. (Either paid in full or minimum premium earned) A certificate of insurance can usually be issued withing a few minutes after we have bound the insurance policy. Some carriers do take 24-48 hours before issuing a policy number which can delay the certificate of insurance.

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