The Inflatable Fire Education House is a fire education prop that was designed as an alternative to the Fire Education Trailer. It is not a bounce house or play toy. It was designed to be affordable, portable (fits in most elementary school cafeterias and gymnasiums), and offer a realistic fire education experience for children from Kindergarten through 5th grade.
The three rooms in the Inflatable Fire Education House allow for instruction on fire safety in the kitchen, living room, and bedrooms. At the back of the house there is a ramp with stairs to window and a landing pad so kids can be instructed on exiting the house if there is a fire.
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There are 2 sizes of inflatable firehouses. The regular house, (Approx 12' x 24' x 14.5') which has 36” doorways and costs $7,995.00 plus shipping. The other larger house was designed to meet ADA standards, having 44" wide doorways that can accommodate a wheelchair.
It is (Approx 14.5' x 29, x 17.5'), and
costs $9,995.00 plus shipping.
Included with both houses are all the door and window coverings you would need in order to use the house for a smoke drill exercise,(2) logo banner with your logo, (2) Fire Department name banners (2) end “FIREHOUSE” banners, (4) internal “EDITH” teaching banners, the blower, ground tarp, ground stakes, and custom carry bag. Included with the purchase of the house is a 2 year manufacturer’s warranty on the house and 1 year manufacturer’s warranty on the blower.
Your education program can be different depending on what you are teaching, the amount of kids you have, and the hep you have.
You can use the house for walk throughs, questions and talk lessons, or you can add all the window and door covers and fill the house with theatrical smoke.It is recommended that you have firefighter inside with bunker gear so the kids get a real experience hearing and seeing a firefighter in full gear with them in the smoky environment.
It is also recommended that you always have volunteers or at least 2-3 adults helping kids coming out the escape window. It is your responsibility to insure that no child gets hurt when you are using your firehouse. Adding mats around the escape window also helps insure no child gets hurt.
This is NOT a bounce house, or a play toy,
but kids will try to make it one.
This is a fire education tool.
The most important maintenance rule, never ever leave your firehouse unattended!
The house will last longer if you have kids remove shoes. Never pack up your firehouse damp or wet, you will never get rid of the mildew and it will destroy the material.
Always sweep the house out after your lesson. Clean the firehouse with non colored soapy water or non harsh fabric cleaner.
Banners should be removed and rolled up. Store the house in a dry area. Like any other tool, it will last for years if taken care of!
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