Before you enthusiastically open your in-ground or above ground trampoline for the summer, please take some time and perform an inspection. At some point you will need to ask yourself, does your trampoline need replacement? The answer may be — yes, or some parts of it, or none of it!
When you have to replace parts on your in ground trampoline or above ground trampoline, please contact us and make certain you are buying the highest quality, made in the USA replacement parts available.
Please check these trampoline items:
- Are there any holes or unevenly worn out areas
- Are any of the springs rusted
- Are any of the springs stretched out
- Is the net enclosure sturdy
- Are the spring-covering safety pads in place and viable
The initial investment you make in your trampoline will go a long way in ensuring it will remain viable and safe for many years. You will want to ensure you’re buying springs that are meant to withstand outdoor elements and withstand rusting. Investing in a high-quality trampoline, working and buying from an experienced supplier ensures if you require replacement parts for your trampoline, that they will be available.
How to inspect the trampoline
The trampoline needs to be inspected every few weeks — not just at the beginning and end of the season. You’re checking for: holes, unevenly worn areas, loose nuts and bolts and stretched out springs.
Any damaged areas on the trampoline means you should declare it off limits until you have repaired and replaced those damaged items. Jumping on a trampoline can be dangerous; it could make the difference between a soft mat trampoline landing or hitting the unforgiving ground.
Does Your Trampoline Need Replacement?
If you have any doubts or questions about the integrity of your trampoline, it’s better safe than sorry and to not use it until it can be thoroughly inspected and replacement parts ordered if necessary.
Call us if you have any questions about trampolines — inground or above ground — give us a call! We can answer any other questions you have about a trampoline purchase — inground or above ground.