Trampoline Safety

Trampoline safety is very important, and there are a few things that you can do to insure that your children are at their upmost safety.

First, and most importantly you should have an enclosure system on your trampoline.  You can buy a complete enclosure system which comes with the enclosure poles, net, and pole foam.  These enclosures are ordered by frame size, and the amount of U or W legs. You also need to measure the leg pole diameter for mounting equipment.

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Another key component is the trampoline safety pad, which covers the springs.  These come in various shades and varieties, and are ordered by frame size.

Along with these parts, basic trampoline etiquette will help reduce injury.  Trampolines are made for a single jumper at a time and it always wise to jump under parent supervision.

Trampoline Mat

Need to replace your trampoline mat but don’t know where to start???  Our site makes it easy with a just few measurements.

First thing you need is the frame diameter.  All you need to do is a grab a friend, and measure the outside edge of the frame directly across to the other outside edge of the frame.  It is key to make sure there is no slack in the measuring tape when doing this, which is why you need someone to help you.  Click on the links to see a diagram of how to measure the different shapes of trampolines (round trampoline , octagon trampoline, and rectangle trampoline).

Next you need to know how many trampoline springs are on your trampoline to.  This is pretty easy to find, you simply need to count how many springs there are on your trampoline.  It might help to mark the spot where you started with something so you do not get a wrong count.  If you have a square or octagon trampoline, you may also need to know how many springs are on each side.

Lastly, you will need to know the length of the springs.  You will need to take a spring off of the trampoline (a spring puller may help) and measure hook end to hook end.  Try to find one that is the least stretched for a more accurate reading.

With this information you will be able to accurately choose the trampoline mat that works for your trampoline.

 

Trampoline Accessories

Looking to spruce up your trampoline with some accessories?  Check out these cool trampoline accessories!

Are you the type that likes to keep things nice and organized?  Look at this cool under the trampoline organizer:

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Do you live in a windy area and are constantly chasing your trampoline around your yard after a storm?  Try an anchor system to secure your trampoline:

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Are your children tired of the same old jumping and want some more excitement.  Try this bounce board to liven things up:

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Trampoline Springs

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Looking to replace your trampoline springs?  It is a great idea to replace your springs every few years.  Throughout time they become stretched out, which lessen the bounce on your trampoline.

It is pretty easy to find out what size trampoline springs you need, you simply need to count how many springs there are on your trampoline.  You will need to take a spring off of the trampoline (a spring puller may help) and measure hook end to hook end.  Try to find one that is the least stretched for a more accurate reading.  Springs stretch about half an inch to an inch, depending on the age of the spring.  Use your best judgement on ho much the spring has stretched and subtract accordingly to find the correct size that you need.

Trampolines for Kids

It is a known fact, children love trampolines!  What is better than flying through the air with your friends?  And let’s face it parents… there is no better and easier way to release your children’s  energy! The questions is, what is the best and safest kids trampoline??

 

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I would suggest this Upper Bounce kids trampoline with complete enclosure system.  This trampoline has everything included so you do not have to search around for additional parts for your trampoline.  You can trust this enclosure for your children’s safety, no matter how rowdy they get!

Trampoline Net

Time to replace that ripped trampoline net of yours?  Not a problem, this blog will help you identify which one is perfect for your model of trampoline!

First, if you know the make and model of your trampoline you can find the exact net for your model by clicking on the Trampoline Parts By Model, and filtering until you find your model.

If you do not have your model, not to worry!  Click on the tab on the left that says trampoline nets, then chose shape, frame size, number of arches or poles,  and lastly pole type.  From there you should several options that will work for your trampoline.

If you are still stumped and would like assistance, please email us!

Replacement Parts

Is it that time to start ordering replacement parts for your trampoline… but you do not know which part you need?  Our website has various ways to direct you to the correct replacement parts that you need.

The easiest way is if you have your model number.  If you do, then click on Trampoline Parts By Model, click on your manufacturer, frame size, and lastly model number and all the parts for your model will appear.

If you only have the manufacturer, click Trampoline Parts By Brand, find your brand, and frame size, and then it will narrow down to parts by that manufacturer  and for your size.

Trampoline Net

Looking to replace your trampoline net?  Our website has easy to navigate tabs to help find you the correct replacement net.  Start by clicking on the trampoline net tab on the right of our website. From there, chose:

1) Shape of the trampoline

2) Size of the frame

3) Number of poles or arches

4) Pole Type

5) Lastly, how the pole connects at the top

With this information, it should narrow your choices down to a handful of nets.  If you need further advice or assistance feel free to contact our trampoline sales team.

Trampoline Tent

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Trampolines are perfect for nice summer days, but the sun and bugs can get to be an annoyance.  This trampoline tent is the perfect solution!  It is easy to assemble and made from 100 %  polyester.  For added safety, there are bungee ties on the bottom to secure the trampoline tent to your frame.   Enjoy hours of entertainment with out the worries of bugs, sun, and other environmental disturbances.

*It is advised that you not leave this trampoline tent on when not supervised, especially in windy areas*

 

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