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Are your products made in the U.S.A?

Yes and no. About 90% of our products are made in Colorado, but there are a few small items made overseas. We make our products in the USA whenever we can because the quality is incomparable, and we like to keep jobs at home!

Can the balloons be reused?

Yes. They have a reusable valve or plug like a play ball. They can repeatedly be inflated and deflated without any problems. Placing a small straw like a coffee stirrer in the inflation port is an easy and suggested way to deflate them.

What if I don’t have any landscaping and I want to install a Pole Kit?

We offer a 45lb sand/water base that is specifically designed to hold the Pole Kits. You can place the water weight anywhere you would like. Poles can also be zip-tied to fence posts or railings. Please note that DuraBalloon® Cluster Pole Kits are a little too heavy when it is windy for the weighted base to support… they may tip over. Doubling up the weighted base is recommended.

How tall are the balloon kits?

It varies depending on the kit, but the balloon measurements are above and the Universal Stems, which are compatible with all DuraBalloons® are 41”. Short poles are 2’ and long poles are 4’, so you can add it all up to find the height to the top of the balloon kit.

How big are the balloons?

DuraBalloons® are 18” in diameter. These measurements may vary depending on the temperature of the balloon during inflation and how much you inflate them.

What do you fill the balloons with?

Because the balloons are supported by a fiberglass rod, no helium is required. DuraBalloon® is thicker and demands more pressure delivered by a hand/foot pump or compressor and cannot be inflated by mouth. Do not use helium as it is a very active gas and will escape through the material over time causing a saggy look.

How long do the balloons last?

The balloons will not pop unless punctured. However, over time some balloon colors (like red) may fade a little depending on the product line and climatic conditions. We put the lifespan at 6 months because about that time the balloons tend to accumulate dirt and other outdoor grime on their surface, deteriorating the original sheen/brilliance of the balloon and we feel should be replaced. They will stay shiny as long as the surface is relatively clean.