Monthly Archives: May 2016

Five Safety Places to Put Your Trampoline

When buying a trampoline, knowing how to assemble is not enough. You should also know where to put it. It is also good to know that trampolines aren’t exactly safest thing on the planet. There is a reason why it’s usually describes as fun with excitement in tow. That is why playing on a trampoline requires maximum supervision from adults especially when children are on.

As an owner, caring for your trampoline is very important. The “very” couldn’t be stressed more. So, the more this adventure popping device is cared for, the safer it is to use especially to those who have hyperactive children who love jumping up and down. Having a trampoline weather cover will prolong its life but also make sure that all parts are okay and safe to use. Continue reading

People Who Can’t Go on the Trampoline

Trampolines are a great source of fun and even fitness. In the recent years, they have been used not just for entertainment but also for exercise. People who buy mini trampoline use them for a workout routine called “rebounding”. It’s basically the same exercise moves with the significant addition of bounce.

Now, trampolines may seem made for people of all ages and sizes. However, there are those who are not allowed to get on the trampoline. So, they have to find another form of entertainment. Read on and you just might be one of them.

Small Children – Don’t frown just yet. They are allowed to go on but there should be strict supervision at all times. Installing a little ladder for the trampoline may seem like a good idea at first, but actually it is not. It will make it easier for smaller children to gain access to the trampoline and what might happen is unimaginable.

People Who Just Had Surgery – Even if you’re high on pain medication, that doesn’t mean your body can’t feel anything. Moving too much post operation will not make recovery fast. Listen to your doctor and take time to rest. Continue reading

Trampoline Safety: A Pubic Service Announcement

We here at Premiere Trampolines puts trampoline safety at the core of our business. Nothing disturbs the peace in our hearts more than trampoline accidents. Trampoline fun should not end in injuries.

Most trampoline accidents happen because of lack of information.   And as such, most trampoline accidents can be avoided by knowing the do’s and don’ts.

Install safety nets and pads. Invest on a trampoline enclosure and cover the trampoline’s frame, springs and surrounding landing surfaces with shock-absorbing pads. Regularly check the equipment for tears, detachments and deterioration.

Place the trampoline on ground level and keep it away hazards like trees, fences and the like.

Limit the number of people on the trampoline. Depending on the size of your trampoline, keep the number of people on it at the minimum especially when performing advanced tricks.

Keep an eye on children using the trampoline. Always have an adult supervise children when they are playing on the trampoline.

Trampoline Care During Winter

Does your trampoline take damage during the winter when left outside? Most trampolines are manufactured to withstand outdoor wear and tear and it covers winter damage as well. However, if you have the storage space and would like to extend the life of your trampoline, it is best to disassemble your trampoline and store it during the winter.

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You can also try to winterize your trampolines to further protect it from the cold.

If you can’t manage to store your trampolines there are things you can do to care for your it even if its left exposed. Make sure to shovel off ice sheets that build on top of the trampoline surface after a storm. The constant weight on the trampoline will stress the trampoline springs. Also avoid covering the trampoline since moisture will cause corrosion and mildew to build up.