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Trampolines are fab for kids, family and exercise!

Trampolining is a great way for children to enjoy outdoor play. It's also a great way to get kids exercising, and improves their balance, co-ordination and strength.
theres a few things that you should make sure like is it safe and sturdy, is it suitable for all your children also will it last your family.

Things to consider before buying a trampoline:
Decide where you want to position your new trampoline. We recommended finding a spot in your garden which isn't close to any obstacles, nothing overhead, or nothing underneath that will cause harm. also a level grassed surface is often the best.

Once you have found the perfect spot, you need to decide on the size of your trampoline. The most popular sizes of trampolines are 8ft, 10ft, 12ft and 14ft. The larger trampolines can take up a considerable space in your garden... and don't forget the safety perimeter!

•    8ft – An ideal for smaller gardens, also 1/2 children
•    10ft – Most popular, will fit in the majority of gardens!
•    12ft – fabulous family size!
•    14ft – One of the largest trampolines available.

How should I maintain my trampoline?
Your trampoline needs to be checked on a regular basis to provide your children with years of fun and enjoyment as well as to ensure your child’s safety - we recommend this to be done every month during the season. You will need to check for:

•    holes, tears or sagging in the mat
•    loose stitching or deterioration to the mat
•    bent or broken frame parts
•    broken, damaged or missing springs
•    sharp protrusions of any kind on the frame, springs or mat

During the winter months dismantle your trampoline and store it in a cool, dry place as this will prevent rust as well as damage to the frame, springs and enclosure. In windy conditions it is important that you move your trampoline to a sheltered area, remove the enclosure and secure it to the ground using a trampoline anchoring kit.
If you notice any signs of deterioration the relevant part needs to be replaced before the trampoline is used again – you can contact your trampoline’s manufacturer to buy spare trampoline parts.    

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