- You can blow them up 1-2 days before and keep the garland indoors (the heat causes them to shrink) until your party.
- A lot of the balloons will stay inflated much longer but they will look the best this way!
- If you’re looking for inspiration, here are some of my favorite balloon garlands from the last couple years!

Thus, How much does it cost to make a balloon arch? In major US cities, you can expect to pay upwards of $15 per linear foot for a standard balloon arch. Here in Northern Indiana, the going rate is $10-$12 per linear foot. Conversly, somone from small town USA may only charge $8 or $9 per linear foot for a standard spiral framed balloon arch.

Additionally How long will a balloon arch stay inflated? A standard balloon arch made with properly inflated latex balloons will last anywhere from 12 hours to 2 days without any significant issues. The lower number represents an arch closer to a doorway where outside heat and humidity are being introduced regularly.

Will a balloon arch last a week? If kept indoors, your balloon arch can easily last for a few days, but it’ll only last for less than a day if left outside. However, if you need it to last longer, some professionals can treat the arch with a specific material that can make it last for several weeks.

How long will balloons hold air? How long will balloons last? 11” latex balloons generally last between 12-20 hours filled with helium, and about 2-3 days when treated with Hi-Float. Foil balloons last approx. 5-7 days.

**How many balloons do I need for a 10 foot arch?**

To calculate the number of balloons needed for a clustered arch or garland, you divide the diameter of the balloon into the length of the arch and multiple by 4.8. So, if you are using 11 inch balloons for a 10 foot arch, you’d need 10 x 6 balloons = 60 balloons. 15 clusters of 11″ balloons fit on a 10 foot arch.

**How long will balloon arch last?**

A standard balloon arch made with properly inflated latex balloons will last anywhere from 12 hours to 2 days without any significant issues. The lower number represents an arch closer to a doorway where outside heat and humidity are being introduced regularly.

**How many balloons does it take to make an arch?**

How Many Balloons? An arch can require 100 or more balloons—and you can count on some balloons popping accidentally as you build an arch, so buy more than you think you’ll need. According to a leader who is an experienced balloon arch builder, 12-inch balloons work best.

**How many balloons do I need for a 12 foot arch?**

Note: Balloon quality may vary as much as 20% depending on how tightly the balloon clusters are packed.

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Garland Chart.

Number of Balloons Per Foot of Garland | ||
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9″ | 6.7 | 8.4 |

10″ | 6.0 | 7.6 |

11″ | 5.5 | 6.9 |

12″ | 5.0 | 6.3 |

**How many balloons do I need for a 7ft arch?**

It’s not really scientific, but it works! 3 balloons for each meter of length of the arch, around 1 balloon per foot.

**How many balloons do I need for a 20 foot arch?**

Balloon Arch Calculator: Single Row Arch or Garland So your arch is roughly 20m long, which means you need 60 x 11″ balloons (20m x 3 balloons per meter).

**How long will a balloon arch last?**

A standard balloon arch made with properly inflated latex balloons will last anywhere from 12 hours to 2 days without any significant issues. The lower number represents an arch closer to a doorway where outside heat and humidity are being introduced regularly.

**How do you make a professional balloon arch?**

**How many balloons are needed for a 6 ft column?**

Comments for How many 5 inch balloons do I need for a 6 foot column? For a column you can use the same guidelines as for a spiral arch. With balloon clusters of four, you will need 12 x 5 inch balloons per foot. That makes 72 balloons.

**How much do you charge for a balloon arch?**

Ranging in price from $250 up to $1200+, depending on the size, complexity and style, most air-filled balloon garland arches range from $10-$20 per linear foot.

**How many balloons do I need for a 16 foot arch?**

It’s not really scientific, but it works! 3 balloons for each meter of length of the arch, around 1 balloon per foot.

**How many balloons does it take to make a 10 foot balloon arch?**

To calculate the number of balloons needed for a clustered arch or garland, you divide the diameter of the balloon into the length of the arch and multiple by 4.8. So, if you are using 11 inch balloons for a 10 foot arch, you’d need 10 x 6 balloons = 60 balloons.

**How many days in advance can you make a balloon arch?**

You can blow them up 1-2 days before and keep the garland indoors (the heat causes them to shrink) until your party. A lot of the balloons will stay inflated much longer but they will look the best this way! If you’re looking for inspiration, here are some of my favorite balloon garlands from the last couple years!

**How many balloons do I need for a 6ft arch?**

It’s not really scientific, but it works! 3 balloons for each meter of length of the arch, around 1 balloon per foot.