What Is An InGround Trampoline?
Do you remember the joy you had when you were a child and jumped on an inground trampoline, either at school, in your own backyard or at a friend’s house? If you do, you remember the feeling of flying through the air, bouncing back down and doing it all over again.
Playing on a trampoline is fun and is great exercise for both young and old. Chances are you have seen the above ground trampolines and their netting to keep children safe. Have you ever seen an in-ground trampoline?
What is an in-ground trampoline?
In-ground trampolines are those that have the frame under the surface of the ground, in a hole specifically excavated for that purpose. The frame of the trampoline is buried beneath the surface and has the same support structure as an above ground trampoline.
What are the benefits of an inground trampoline? Simply put: Safety. With an in-ground trampoline, there is less risk of a child or adult falling off of it while playing.
Aesthetically, an in-ground trampoline is more pleasing to the eye and to your backyard landscaping theme. Because your in-ground trampoline will be in the ground and that means you won’t have to see a metal frame and netting in your backyard which could negatively impact the look of your carefully landscaped lawn.
A sunken, or in-ground trampoline is specifically designed for in ground use. The in-ground trampoline will be delivered to your home and you will place it into the hole you have excavated. Many new in-ground trampoline owners decide to dig the hole themselves or they can hire a crew for a few hours to excavate the area for the in-ground trampoline.
An in-ground trampoline will have either heavy duty steel walls or legs to bury — it depends on the style you prefer.
If your children have been asking you for a trampoline, check out our in-ground trampoline site and begin the research process today! Contact us for questions about in-ground trampolines.