If you live in a new subdivision or area of new construction, it is best to let not only your guest know, but your bounce house delivery company too.
When a tech is delivering a bounce house to your home, they tend to use Google Maps. As popular and as big as Google Maps is, it doesn’t update as quickly as you think. If you can provide an address that is within a one mile radius of your location, that will help out the tech tremendously. They can use that location to get within in close proximity and give you a call to get directions for the remainder of the way. It is also a good idea to provide this information upfront when you are booking Bounce House services. The more information provided upfront, the less head in the end. Also keep in mind that if you know of other potential address location issues, it is good to let us know as well when scheduling.
If your subdivision or home was built within in the last 3 - 4 months, it’s almost safe to assume that it will not show up on Google Maps. Google Maps generally doesn’t update it’s maps for 1 - 3 years, this according a blog found on Google.com.
We hope these steps will help you with a smooth delivery transitions. This goes for all other deliver services as well.