“We want a trampoline!” Whether it’s your children begging for one or whether you’ve been thinking it inside your head you may also wonder how to work an in-ground trampoline into landscaping plans. In-ground trampolines are aesthetically pleasing because they blend seamlessly into any garden scape.
The only thing that would be visible with an in-ground trampoline is if you have safety nets installed. Depending on who is using the trampoline you will definitely want to use them as a protective measure. No longer are trampolines the tall, above ground ones you’ve seen in the past. Today’s trampolines can be “buried” and are in-ground so if you don’t want a trampoline to detract from your landscaping, you don’t have to!
How To Work An In-ground Trampoline Into Landscaping Plans
Whether you’re working an in-ground trampoline into a new landscaping project or if you’re going to put a trampoline into your current scheme, talk with your landscaping professional about how to seamlessly work this amazing piece of exercise equipment into your yard.
What is involved in adding an in-ground trampoline into your yard?
- You will dig a hole deep and wide enough to accommodate the trampoline you’ve purchased
- You may want to add a retaining wall and concrete footers to ensure the in-ground trampoline stays in place
- When you purchase a kit from us it comes with all you need to install it and begin jumping.
- Plan to pay around $3,500 for your in-ground trampoline — or more depending on shape, size and accessories
Only you will know you have installed an in-ground trampoline –well and all of your friends and family who want to come over and use it!
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.
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”.