Will a trampoline detract from your backyard landscaping? Yes, if you get an above-ground trampoline. If you invest in an inground trampoline, it will blend in with your current landscaping and not interfere with any site lines. You will need to mow around your inground trampoline and that might be a concern when you’re buying a trampoline for your family. There are pros and cons of in-ground trampolines just as there are with any purchase you make, but being informed will help you make the right decision for your family.
Pros And Cons Of In-ground Trampolines
When you have an inground trampoline you will need to:
- Dig a hole for it
- Add a retaining wall
- Ensure there is proper drainage and ventilation
- Install the frame
- Add the springs and jump mat
When you buy from us you will make an investment in the entire inground trampoline kit and it will be delivered to your house.
Here are some of the differences between an in-ground and an above ground trampoline.
- In-ground trampolines look great, as mentioned
- You don’t have to worry about how to get onto and off of the trampoline
- It won’t tip over
- It won’t get blown over in a windstorm
What are some of the challenges of an inground trampoline?
- You can’t move it
- They cost more than the above ground and that cost includes the excavation
- It may not be as bouncy as the above ground because of less ventilation
Call us if you have any questions about trampolines — inground or above ground — we can answer any questions you have about a trampoline purchase.
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.“Children learn through play and making it fun means they’ll have lots of practice developing skills. Whether you buy or borrow toys from your local toy library, they form an integral part in learning and a great way for families to spend time together.”