Trampolines: Your choice is an above ground or an inground trampoline. Should you get an above ground trampoline? That is a personal choice. One of the main reasons people invest in inground trampolines is they don’t want to mar the aesthetics of their backyard landscape and want the trampoline to blend in.
Other families simply want a trampoline that they can add to the yard space to give themselves and their children another option for outdoor playing. This is especially true since many of us have been on lockdown for the past six months because of Coronavirus and many people are home schooling and working from home themselves.
Should You Get An Above Ground Trampoline?
Here are some considerations for your above ground trampoline.
- You may be moving in the future. Yes, you can take your inground trampoline with you, but you will need to fill in the hole you’d excavated.
- You want the ability to be able to move it from spot to spot.
- You want to be able to watch your children from the deck of your house and it might be easier to see them in an elevated space.
- They may be easier to set up and won’t require excavating to accommodate it.
- You may find they are less expensive and if you’re not sure you want to commit to an inground trampoline (and they aren’t a huge commitment by any means) an above ground trampoline is the way to go!
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If you’re thinking about getting an above ground or an inground trampoline this year, give us a call. Let’s talk about the best trampoline for you, your family and your budget.