Water Slide Rentals | Dual Lane Water slide Rental
ke a splash at your next event in Richmond, TX? Look no further than Inflate the Party for all your water slide rental needs! Whether you're hosting a birthday party, a corporate event, a school carnival, or any other type of event, inflatable water slides are a surefire way to keep guests entertained and create lasting memories. With a wide selection of water slide rentals to choose from, professional service, and a commitment to safety, Inflate the Party is your go-to destination for water slide rentals in Richmond, TX.
Why Choose Inflate the Party for Water Slide Rentals in Richmond, TX?
Extensive Selection of Water Slide Rentals: Inflate the Party offers an extensive selection of water slide rentals to suit any event theme or size. From thrilling, tall water slides for the adventurous guests to smaller, gentler slides for younger kids, there is something for everyone. Their inventory includes single lane slides, dual lane slides for racing, and even slides with splash pools at the bottom for an extra splash of fun. With different colors, shapes, and sizes to choose from, you can find the perfect water slide to match your event's aesthetics and entertainment needs.
High-Quality, Clean, and Well-Maintained Inflatables: Inflate the Party takes pride in providing high-quality, clean, and well-maintained water slides for their customers. All their inflatables are made from commercial-grade materials that are durable and safe for use. They are regularly inspected, cleaned, and sanitized to ensure they are in pristine condition for every rental. Inflate the Party also follows all safety guidelines and regulations set by the industry and provides thorough safety instructions and guidelines to customers for proper use of their water slides.
Professional and Reliable Service: Inflate the Party is known for their exceptional customer service and professionalism. Their team is knowledgeable, friendly, and always ready to assist you in choosing the right water slide for your event, answering any questions you may have, and ensuring a smooth rental experience. They are prompt in delivering and setting up the water slides on time and take care of all the logistics, so you can focus on enjoying your event. After the event, they promptly dismantle and clean up the water slides, leaving no hassle for you.Competitive Pricing and Flexible Rental Options: Inflate the Party offers competitive pricing for their water slide rentals, making them affordable for all types of events and budgets. They also offer flexible rental options, including hourly, daily, and multi-day rentals, allowing you to choose the rental duration that best suits your event needs. They also offer special packages and discounts for multiple rentals or repeat customers, making their services even more budget-friendly.
Local and Convenient: Inflate the Party is a local water slide rental company based in Richmond, TX, which means they are conveniently located to serve the Richmond community and surrounding areas. This makes them easily accessible for events in and around the area, saving you time and effort in transportation.
In 1822, a group of Austin's colonists went up the Brazos River, stopping near present-day Richmond where they built a fort called "Fort Bend". Named after Richmond, England, the town was among the 19 cities first incorporated by the short-lived Republic of Texas, in 1837. Early residents of the city include many prominent figures in Texas lore such as Jane Long, Deaf Smith, and Mirabeau Lamar, who are all buried in Richmond, as is Walter Moses Burton, the nation's first Black elected sheriff. On August 16, 1889, the town was the site of the "Battle of Richmond", an armed fight culminating the Jaybird–Woodpecker War, a violent feud over post-Reconstruction political control of Fort Bend County. The mayor from 1949 until his death in 2012 was Hilmar Moore.
Richmond is located near the center of Fort Bend County. Most of the city is situated on the southwest side of the Brazos River, with a small portion (Richmond Landing) on the northeast side, connected by US Highway 90A. Richmond is bordered to the southwest by the city of Rosenberg. US 90A leads east 8 miles (13 km) to Sugar Land and west through Rosenberg 19 miles (31 km) to East Bernard. Downtown Houston is 30 miles (48 km) to the northeast.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city of Richmond has a total area of 4.3 square miles (11.1 km2), of which 3.9 square miles (10.2 km2) are land and 0.35 square miles (0.9 km2), or 8.22%, is covered by water.
In 2003, Jeannie Kever of the Houston Chronicle said, "Some of the old buildings have been reincarnated as shops or law offices. But in other ways, life in Richmond isn't so different from that in the big city, with its Wal-Mart and fast-food joints, check-cashing businesses and strip-center sprawl." As of 2006 several strip malls are along U.S. Route 59 south of town. During the same year, the community included tack stores, two-lane blacktop roads, and horse ranches. John P. Lopez of the Houston Chronicle said, "Richmond is a city of contradiction and transition. It's as if the place is not sure if it wants to be a part of Houston's bustle or remain a slow-paced farm and ranch town. It tries to be both," and, "It is part Acres Homes, part Fort Bend County Fair."
Fort Bend County Libraries operates the George Memorial Library, the central library and the site of the administrative offices of the library system, located along Farm to Market Road 762. Richmond also has the Fort Bend County Law Library.
The Main Library moved from Rosenberg to its current location in Richmond in 1986. The George Foundation funded the 77,000 square feet (7,200 m2) library facility, designed by Ronald Wedemeyer Associates and built on 6 acres (2.4 ha) of land. When the library opened, it had unfinished areas to facilitate future expansion. In December 1989 the Commissioners Court of Fort Bend County, in accordance with Texas Local Government code §323.021(a), ordered the construction of a law library. The main library expansion and the 1991 installation of an automation system used funds from the 1989 bond election, and expansion occurred on 1995 and 2002. The 2002 expansion included the addition of two conference rooms.
Children living within the corporate city limits of Richmond are served by Lamar Consolidated Independent School District.
Various schools operated by LCISD and neighboring Fort Bend Independent School District bear Richmond addresses, but do not serve the city of Richmond. George Ranch High School, Foster High School, Reading Junior High School, and Briscoe Junior High in LCISD and Travis High School and Bush High School in the Fort Bend Independent School District (FBISD) bear "Richmond, Texas" addresses.