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How to Measure

How to Measure a Trampoline

Mat Sizing

Trampoline Pro's trampoline mats are made of Permatron® and are designed for long-lasting use on your trampoline system in all kinds of weather conditions. We have used our many years of manufacturing experience to bring you the ultimate value from your trampoline replacement part purchase.

There are three pieces of information you need in order to select the right replacement mat for your system:

how to measure a trampoline mat

Frame Size. For round trampolines, the frame size refers to the diameter of the round metal frame supporting your trampoline. You can find your frame size by standing on one side of your trampoline frame and measuring directly across to the other side. For square trampolines, your frame size measurement is the length and width (L x W) of the square metal frame supporting your trampoline system. Since it is a square, your length and width measurements should be the same.

Spring length. To get your spring size, measure one of your springs (when it is un-stretched) from the end of one hook to the other, including both hooks in your measurement. This measurement is your spring size.

Number of Rings.In order to know how many rings you need on your trampoline mat, you need to know how many springs your trampoline system requires. This means either counting the rings on your old mat, counting the number of springs you have, or counting the number of spring attachment "holes" that you have located around the perimeter of your metal frame.

Once you have these three measurements, you are ready to shop. All you have to do is find the trampoline mat that matches your trampoline’s measurements in these three areas. If you have any questions at all, just send give us a call at (800) 473-5867 9-5 PST or send a message anytime to customerservice@trampolinepro.com.

Spring Pad Sizing

Frame Size. When shopping for trampoline spring pads (spring cover), the size of the pad directly refers to the size of the metal frame supporting your trampoline system.

For round trampolines, this means finding the diameter of the round metal frame. Stand on one side of the trampoline and measure directly across to the other side. This measurement is your spring pad size.

For square trampolines, your spring pad measurement is the length and width (L x W) of the square metal frame supporting your trampoline system. Since it is a square, your length and width measurements should be the same. Use this measurement to shop for your spring pad size.

Enclosure Net Sizing

Frame Size. For round trampolines, the frame size refers to the diameter of the round metal frame supporting your trampoline. You can find your frame size by standing on one side of your trampoline frame and measuring directly across to the other side. For square trampolines, your frame size measurement is the length and width (L x W) of the square metal frame supporting your trampoline system. Since it is a square, your length and width measurements should be the same.

Enclosure System Type. Trampoline enclosure systems come in all shapes and sizes. To find the replacement net right for you, you need to know what type of enclosure system your trampoline has. This means finding out how your enclosure net is supported. Is your enclosure net supported by poles that form an arch around the perimeter of your trampoline? Are your enclosure poles straight up and down? Or do you have poles that are straight, but have a slight curve towards the center at the top? Do you have poles with a slight curve at the top and a ring around the top that slides through a sleeve sewn to the net?

Number of Poles. Once you know how your enclosure net is supported, you need to know how many poles your trampoline has. If you have arches, buy the net that is designed to fit the same number of arches as your trampoline. If you have straight up and down poles, or poles with a slight curve at the top, count how many you have, and buy the net that has attachments for the same number of poles.

Attachment Type. Next, check out how your old net attached to these enclosure poles. Do the poles slide through sleeves that are sew to the net? Or are there straps used to secure the net to the poles?

Brand. If you happen to know your trampoline brand, use that to confirm that the net you have selected is compatible with your trampoline system. Trampoline systems are well loved by families and can last for many years, so if you do not know or do not remember your brand, you can rely on the measurements to get the fit that you need.

Once you have these three measurements, you are ready to shop. All you have to do is find the trampoline net that matches your trampoline’s measurements in these four areas. If you have any questions at all, just give us a call at (800) 473-5867 9-5 PST or send a message anytime to customerservice@trampolinepro.com.

Spring Size

Spring length. To get your spring size, measure one of your springs (when it is un-stretched) from the end of one hook to the other, including both hooks in your measurement. This measurement is your spring size.

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