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15ft Trampoline Pad with 6 Enclosure Pole Cut-Out Holes for Propel Trampolines

$94.99
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  • TAG : Our trampoline had a hole in it that was about 3/8" in diameter.
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  • To make matters worse, the trampoline hole is not well done. There are some pretty big gaps between the trampoline frame and the ground, making it more dangerous than it was while above ground. And, one section has a dangerous precipice of grass and sod, but is hollow underneath — it won’t be long before that collapses and we have another large gap.

    First things first, Step 1: Dig your hole. We had our landscaper include digging the hole for our tramp in our landscaping. Our ground is FILLED with rocks. After attempting to dig holes in our backyard for trees, we knew that digging an entire trampoline hole was out of the question. This cost approximately $150.00 to have the landscaper dig the hole and haul away most the dirt.

  • First things first, Step 1: Dig your hole. We had our landscaper include digging the hole for our tramp in our landscaping. Our ground is FILLED with rocks. After attempting to dig holes in our backyard for trees, we knew that digging an entire trampoline hole was out of the question. This cost approximately $150.00 to have the landscaper dig the hole and haul away most the dirt.

    I always thought this was a great idea until a little boy around here nearly drowned in a sunken trampoline hole. Here's the link to the news story: So sad.

  • The last step of installing your inground trampoline system is to back fill and compact your dirt on both the outside and inside of your trampoline frame. This will prevent your dirt from caving into your trampoline hole. The outside dirt should be level with the ground. The dirt on the inside of your tramp should slope toward the center of your trampoline. The dirt on the inside of the tramp needs to cover at least 1/3 of your sheet metal frame. The dirt on the inside and outside helps your tramp to stay in place while you jump.

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First things first, Step 1: Dig your hole. We had our landscaper include digging the hole for our tramp in our landscaping. Our ground is FILLED with rocks. After attempting to dig holes in our backyard for trees, we knew that digging an entire trampoline hole was out of the question. This cost approximately $150.00 to have the landscaper dig the hole and haul away most the dirt.