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We never like to see a trampoline in use without a safety net installed. Nets and enclosures were first used in 1997 and have had a significant impact on safe trampoline use since being introduced.
A quality trampoline net or enclosure is made of soft, synthetic materials that are tightly woven. They are designed to prevent jumpers from falling off the trampoline, and prevent impact injuries from landing on the frame or springs.
Proper installation of a safety net is crucial, as is making sure it is the correct size. A net that isn’t installed properly, or is too big, will not be effective in keeping your jumpers safe. We make it easy to measure your trampoline to ensure you order the correct size. It is also important to zip the net closed while the trampoline is in use.
All replacement parts and accessories sold by Trampoline Pro follow ASTM standards. Our nets are treated with UV protection, as well as anti-bacterial and anti-fungal protectants. This provides further protection for your jumpers, and serves as a safeguard for your net and trampoline from elements and harsh environments.
Safety nets can wear down over time and extended use. If your net or safety enclosure gets ripped or develops a hole, it needs to be replaced in order to maintain effectiveness. We offer a wide variety of sizes and brand names for replacement nets, including square, rectangular and oval replacement mats, in addition to traditional round mats.
Trampolines are fun, and we want to help ensure the safety of your jumpers. If you have any questions about ordering a replacement net, or other replacement parts or accessories, call us Monday – Friday, 9 – 5 PST at (800) 473-5867 or send a message anytime to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Winter is fast approaching, but there is no reason to take your trampoline down. Like all outdoor accessories and play units that are exposed to rain, sunlight, and snow, a few simple measures will add years to the life of your trampoline.Read More