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Can You Put Trampoline on Patio?

FAQs Jackson Bowman July 21, 2022

Can trampolines go on slabs?

The short answer is no. Concrete seems to be the ideal surface to set up your trampoline, but the force of impact with hard ground can damage your trampoline’s frame and legs.

What is the best surface to put a trampoline on?

Ideally, the trampoline should be placed on a soft surface to absorb the impact energy. Probably the best surface is bark or similar as it is soft, energy absorbing, provides good drainage and suppresses any weeds. There is also no grass to cut underneath. Avoid hard surfaces such as concrete or asphalt.

Can I put trampoline on deck?

Yes, you can put a trampoline on a patio. You need to make sure the deck is at least 3 feet wide. The problem with putting a trampoline on a deck is that the deck isn’t strong enough to hold the weight.

Can you keep a trampoline outside?

A weather shield can protect the jump pad as well as the frame pads if you choose to leave them on. However, be careful if you choose to cover your trampoline. A cover can trap moisture on the surface of the trampoline, which can cause mold to form.

Can you put a trampoline on pavement?

Placing a trampoline on concrete is not recommended. It is dangerous as it has no yield and could not absorb impact energy. A concrete surface could damage the trampoline frame, endanger jumpers and make anchoring the trampoline difficult.

Can trampolines go on stones?

When a trampoline says it can be used with rocks, what exactly do you mean by that? The answer to this question is a big YES! Trampolines are not only suitable for flat surfaces. This is a big bonus for those who own a trampoline that can be used on uneven surfaces.

Does a trampoline have to be on a flat surface?

Trampolines can be placed on uneven ground. Although modifications to the installation process are required, it is possible to place a trampoline on a hill or slope. If the incline is slight, anchor the taller trampoline legs to the ground.

Where should I put my trampoline?

Best Place for a Trampoline

Be careful: Find an open, flat area free of potential hazards such as fences, hedges, trees, clotheslines, or other equipment. Place the trampoline on a soft, energy-absorbing surface. Good options are sand, bark, or other materials that create a cushioning effect.

Should I take trampoline down for winter?

Many trampolines are made from durable, rust-free materials, which means they do not have to be taken down in winter. However, if you have the storage space, you can disassemble your trampoline and place it in a dry place. Remove the safety net, springs, jumping mat and soft frame pads.

Do you need a fence around a trampoline?

Your trampoline needs a net around it.

So if your child or someone else’s child falls off the trampoline, they will be prevented from shooting into the ground.

Are in ground trampolines safer?

Inground trampolines are generally safer than above-ground trampolines. The reason for this lies in the fact that a fall from an above-ground trampoline causes more pain and causes more damage than a fall from a trampoline that is on the ground.

How much space do you need around a trampoline?

If you choose to have a net, you should make sure there is a clear and safe area 1.5 feet around the trampoline. However, if you don’t plan to have a net, you should make sure there is a 2.5m area around the trampoline.

How long do trampolines last outside?

A typical outdoor trampoline should last at least 3 to 5 years. But it depends on how often your trampoline is used, the climate and how well it is maintained.

Can I leave my trampoline out in the rain?

Leaving your trampoline outside without protection will expose its springs or joints to moisture. Over time, the combination of iron, oxygen and water causes rust.

What do you do in a trampoline during a storm?

A trampoline fixing kit is used to prevent your trampoline from being blown over in strong winds. It basically “straps” your trampoline to the ground with straps and large “corkscrew” metal rods. You don’t have to leave it there all the time, but we highly recommend using one when the wind picks up.

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