This week on the Springfree Trampoline Facebook Page we’ve been discussing product sustainability and how much it matters to you as a customer:
“Yes, we always think about long term in all of our purchases!” — Amanda
“I do. Just watch any video about landfills and the garbage in the ocean and how can you not think like that? When we are done with something we consign or donate it whenever possible.” — Shannon
“Yes always. Safety and durability.” — Cristina
One Springfree™ Trampoline dealer is approaching sustainability in new ways. Tracie, an employee at Kids Gotta Play in Michigan, has discovered a clever way to reuse damaged trampoline parts. She makes bags of all types – purses, makeup bags and messenger bags – using the strong mat material. The yellow lines that mark the SoftEdge™ are used as a handle to give the bags a pop of colour!
Isn’t this a great idea?! Check out Tracie’s website, Radical Recycks.
Here are some of the other ways Springfree™Trampoline ensures quality and durability:
• Every frame on a Springfree™ Trampoline is hand welded. A Springfree factory employee inspects frame pieces to ensure that every surface is covered.
• The weave of the Springfree Trampoline mat is unlike any other trampoline on the market. If you get a hole in your mat, the hole won’t continue to rip. This reduces the need for replacements mats.
• From each batch of trampolines manufactured, one is always assembled and tested. Every assembled trampoline is tested to hold up to the hundreds of hours of fun for the happy jumpers.
How well has your Springfree stood against the test of time? We’d love to hear back!
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