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What makes a trampoline boncy?

The 'bounce' of a trampoline is generated by the movement of the trampoline springs, situated around the frame of the trampoline and connected to the trampoline bed. The more trampoline springs that a trampoline has, the better bounce the trampoline… Full Answer

Will the trampoline get destroyed by the rain?

"um no" I actually disagree with that view point, as a trampoline manufacturer we do believe that the weather elements do and eventually will have an effect on your trampoline if left outside unconvered. We strongly recommend using a trampoline… Full Answer

What can you do if your trampoline breaks?

Depends on how it is broken. For instance the springs may break in which case you would replace the springs. The frame may break, so you would have it re-welded. If the trampoline surface itself is torn you could replace… Full Answer

What is a trampoline bed?

A trampoline bed or trampoline mat as it also reffered to as is the canvas sheet that you bounce on. The trampoline bed is attached to the springs to create bounce. You can purchase replacement trampoline beds to restore the… Full Answer

Can you ground a trampoline?

It is common for trampolines to be placed in ground, usually to save space and reduce the impact the trampoline has on the appearance of your garden. Installing a trampoline into the ground is fairly easy, you simply need to… Full Answer

What is the bounciest trampoline?

I think it would probably be a gymnastics trampoline or an olympic trampoline but I don't know where to buy them Rectangular trampolines offer a fantastic, responsive bounce, ideal for experienced bouncers.