Dudley & Eunice Storm Sandwich - Tips to Protect Your Trampoline
Obviously, the most important thing during a storm is protect everyone's safety and well-being. After that you can look at making safe and protecting your trampoline.
Tips to Protect Your Trampoline During Stormy Weather
1. Anchor Your Trampoline
use trampoline anchors, sandbags, concrete blocks or stones but use something to secure your trampoline on the ground.
Although the trampolines that we supply are very robust and heavy, taking this precaution makes sense.
2. Drop Down the Safety Net Enclosure
on most trampolines the safety net can be dropped within a few minutes, and so protect it from the strongest of the winds, and prevent damage from airborne twigs, sticks or other flying implements.
Also put away the basketball hoop or any other accessories attached to the trampoline.
3. Put in the garage or move to shelter
If you have shelter and you can move your trampoline it is a good idea to put under a roof, for example a garage or shed. Many trampoline owners will not have that sort of space available but if you do, then we would recommend that.
Springfree trampolines make moving wheels for moving your trampoline when necessary.
4. Use your trampoline cover
Trampoline covers are specifically designed to help look after your trampoline jump mat and padding and to protect it from the elements. So get it out of the box and put it on.
If you need any of the accessories mentioned above go to -
The Main Accessories that you will need are -
1. trampoline anchors,
2. trampoline covers,
Whatever you order will be posted same day, so you receive as soon as possible.
If you have any queries phone us on 01 960 1641.