Helium Tank Rental
Our helium tank rentals include the use of a regulator to inflate latex balloons. If you require a stand, let us know when you place your order.
Helium tanks can be kept for two days with no rental fee. Tank rental charges are $5 per day, starting on the 3rd day. Rental charges are charged to your credit card at the end of each month or when you return the tank, whichever is first. The long-term rental charge is $75 per month if you own your stand and inflator.
Please note you are purchasing the helium inside the tank. The tank must be returned. If you would like to keep a tank long term, for example at a business, we will refill or exchange your empty tank for a full tank as needed.
A refundable security deposit and drivers license are required on all rentals.
There are no refunds or credits on partially used tanks.
We encourage you to pick up or have your Helium Tank delivered one day in advance, and return it within one day after your event. Please place your order 48 hours in advance when ordering online.
If you own your tank and need it refilled, we can do that while you wait for tanks up to 100 cubic feet. Please call ahead to make sure Mike is available to fill your tank. Tanks larger than 100 cubic feet take five business days to be filled. Your tank must have a current certification date to be filled. We can certify your tank for $75. We also buy tanks you own and no longer want. Call for details.
Please note "Sacramento Helium," "Balloon Creations By Carolyn" and "Just For Fun Art" are owned and operated by the "Hadin Family LLC." We use this secure e-commerce site for all our Helium sales check-out.
Helium and Nitrogen are Non-Flammable.
How Many Balloons Can I Inflate? One cubic foot of Helium will inflate one 12", two 11" or four 9" latex balloons.
All helium tank cylinders need to be secured; this is the renter’s responsibility. Helium is a non-toxic, non-flammable gas. However, it is dangerous to breathe in the gas from the cylinder, or even from an inflated balloon. We recommend that you transport the helium tank cylinder in the trunk of your car. If you must transport it in the passenger compartment, make sure it is secured, and you have at least one window open at all times.