Oct 2, 2018
Wouldn’t it be nice if we didn’t have to keep up on so many of our things? However, our things do tend to last longer when we take care of them. Like how cars need their oil changed, plants need to be fertilized, and phones need a software update (didn’t I just do that last week?), trampolines last longer when they’re taken care of properly. And the catch is that a lot of us are simply unaware of how to take care of a trampoline.
Here’s a few helpful tips and tricks that might help.
You can purchase our wind stakes here. It’s also best to take down your enclosure net poles and lay them on your jump mat before the heavy winds come. While our enclosure net keeps your family safe while jumping, it can act like a sail when the wind picks up (and you don’t want to have to go chasing after your trampoline!).
2.Our weather covers are great for keeping your jump mat clear of debris and they easily attach over the trampoline once the enclosure net poles are laying flat on the jump mat.
The cover will prolong the life of your bouncy trampoline and keep things in tip-top shape for when the kids are ready to jump.
3.When winter comes along, it’s best to store the soft parts (jump mat, enclosure net, spring pad, etc.) indoors.
The rust-resistant steel frame of your trampoline however, is safe outside through the seasons.
4.With time, you might notice that certain parts of your trampoline are starting to look a little worn out.
We suggest checking the springs under the spring pad, watching for holes on the jump mat, and keeping an eye on the frame of your trampoline. If you do find a few stretched or broken springs, a warped or damaged frame, or holes in your jump mat, our replacement parts will allow you to refresh your trampoline without having to buy a new one.
If you know the model of your trampoline, you can find parts for your trampoline here.
Unsure of what parts go to your specific model or which model you have? Fill out this inquiry and our customer service team can help you figure out what you need and where to find it.
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