You've done it! You've finally decided to get world's safest trampoline for your backyard! Of course the real fun cannot begin until you've installed it! Though this task might be daunting, it's entirely doable and you might be just the right person to do it... just let us help you!
TRY THIS AT HOME
We’ve put together a list of Hot Tips straight from the professionals… the Springfree™ Trampoline Installation Team.
1. Phone a Friend
Having a friend on hand to help will make installation easier… and more enjoyable. You'll also want someone to document your first jump!
2. Have the instructions close by for easy reference
OK Dads, we know you don't NEED them but let's not skip this step anyway. It's a very important part of this process! Mom's you know what we mean!
3. Focus on technique
Like Jean Claude's epic feat, It’s more about how it’s done than brute strength. If you’re having to use excessive force, check the instructions and your technique as it’s likely something’s not quite right. Remember never to put your face near the white rods when attaching them to the mat. There's a lot of power behind each one to make sure you get the best bounce!
4. See how it’s done
Our Springfree™ Trampoline inventor Keith Alexander has put together a video step-by-step guide for each of trampolines with. Have a watch of these first, they are only a couple of minutes long and will really help in making sure you get it right first time!
5. What NOT to do:
Every Springfree™ Trampoline model is different
So make sure you’re watching the right videos online and following the instructions.
Finishing your installation
Your Springfree™ Trampoline is just about ready and all you’ve got left to do is raise the enclosure. This is the part of installation that we receive questions about most often so here’s one last handy tip:
We are excited to hear all the excitement from this year's suprised and delighted families when they see their Springfree Trampoline. Remember, you can use your Springfree year round without worrying about squeaking or damage in rain, sun or snow. So go on out and get the trampoline up and get ready for a fun filled year and 365 days of jumping!