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Repairing Damaged Advertising Inflatables During An Event

Aside from your inflatable being stolen, having it damaged in some way during an event is just about the worst thing that can happen. However, there are several ways to quickly rectify the situation so the event can continue as planned.

On-site Repair Techniques

If the tear in your inflatable is relatively small, you may choose one of two ways to repair your balloon on-site. Both sewing and patching the inflatable can hold it long enough to finish the event.

Sewing Your Inflatable

A needle, thread (strong enough to mend your balloon) and spare pieces of fabric are included in the repair kit you received with your inflatable. To repair your balloon, simply pinch the torn material together and sew by hand using small stitches.

Patching Your Inflatable

Patching the tear can be done quickly with a self-adhesive patch. You can also use a standard patch and apply a HH-66 glue to both the patch and inflatable surface. Make sure the patch is big enough to cover an area approximately 1/2 inch larger than the tear.

Call Local Repair Outlets

If you have no desire or ability to repair the inflatable yourself, you can attempt to find a local repair outlet. Call one of the following establishments to ask for help. These types of businesses are generally equipped to repair inflatables:

  • Tent Makers
  • Upholstery Shops
  • Awning Companies
  • Sign Shops
  • Inflatable Rental Companies

Return Your Inflatable To Landmark for Repairs

After the event, the inflatable can be returned to us for permanent repair depending how well the temporary repair is holding. If the temporary patch isn’t holding or is cosmetically unfavorable, send your inflatable to Landmark for repair. If you are able, take a digital picture of the damage and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We may be able to estimate repair costs over the phone. If it is necessary for you to return the inflatable without having sent a digital picture beforehand, rest assured we will call with an estimate prior to performing any work.

If the damage is due to a manufacturing defect or open seam the repair should be covered under your warranty. Landmark will pay for the repair cost as well as return the inflatable via ground shipping if our workmanship is found to be defective. Other types of damage that occur during normal use are not covered by warranty.

Preventing Damage To Your Inflatable

The best recourse is to prevent damage from the onset. Use these tips to help keep your inflatable in the best condition possible.

  1. If winds are greater than 20 mph check the inflatable regularly to ensure it is still securely anchored. In most instances, you’ll want to deflate your inflatable until the conditions become more favorable.
  2. Don’t leave deflated balloons on rooftops. Once you’ve deflated your balloon be sure to carefully pack it and store it in a safe shelter.
  3. Don’t pack your inflatable when wet. Bacteria and mold can eat away the material and cause holes as well as awful odors.

"I chose Landmark Creations because they had a reasonable price for a customized inflatable. The other inflatables featured on their site made me confident that they could produce exactly what I was looking for."

- Sara Chadeck, KONO 101.1 FM

“Not only have they been extremely impactful, attracting hundreds of potential consumers to our sampling teams, but the ease in which we can install them has been a great help...”

- Bill Gerety, Veryfine Products, Inc.