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  • I have a client with a trampoline sunk in, with hollow-block sides. It's filled up with water this year, smells awful and has midges breeding in it. Please incorporate proper drainage, you're essentially digging a stagnant pond if you don't!

    I have a client with a trampoline sunk in, with hollow-block sides. It's filled up with water this year, smells awful and has midges breeding in it. Please incorporate proper drainage, you're essentially digging a stagnant pond if you don't!

  • Sunken trampolines or alternatively called, in-ground trampolines add a different dimension to your garden. Trampolines sunken into the garden landscape enhance the look of your garden, keeping it clutter free and opening up the view.

    Hi there. I have an update… I have had my trampoline sunken and it looks fab. Just waiting to turf the ground around it and will send you a picture. People keep asking about costs involved. To hire a small digging machine is approximately £500 a day. I hired 2 builders and they did it by themselves with shovels and its taken 4 days. We used breeze blocks and timber to hold the soil in place so walls don’t collapse. Builders have their own prices and then you will need a skip and also pay for materials. Costs just over £1000 and we used our existing trampoline. Its double the cost i thought it would be but i saw the amount of work that went into it. straightforward job but its requires strength and stamina!

  • “As an SEN school we incorporate Rebound Therapy into our curriculum as a tool to enhance children’s learning from a physical viewpoint, but also in terms of their communication skills. The children are hugely motivated to spend time on the trampoline, and the fact the trampoline is sunken means that all children can safely access without the associated risks of a standard setup.”

Posted on 05/01/2013 by Atlantic Trampolines.

i knew someone who did this

im sure they HAD to buy a rectangle one cause a "normal round" one wouldnt have the air under it to bouce or something.

seemed a bit mad, but they were adament it had to be a certain one (though maybe the company that sold it told them that to make them buy it?)

(they sunk it into where their swimming pool had been)

I also know another family who did this... the had a "normal round" trampoline not sunk.... AND had a rectangle one sunk in the ground. (again made of the same mesh that other friend said was important to have so maybe some element of truth?)

they did just dig a whole, and put it in...
BUT (and this is after a few years) the edges were not quite next to it anymore, the grass had sort of eroded away... and at one side it would have been possible (only just) to slide down under, and most of the sides id say you could have easily accidently got your leg stuck and resulted ina a very very nasty leg break.

Have to say i always felt much safer on my work tramplines with a full net as you couldnt fall off onto the ground!
My last 2 jobs had 12ft tp trampolines with net and were such fun and just felt much safer!
It never happened but i was always wary of 'what if'