Knowing how to put a trampoline together might at first seem like a daunting task. This can be especially true when you have the least experience in assembling anything. But with the following steps, you can build one very easily.
- Firstly, you should pick a trampoline kit that is known for its high quality.
- Once you buy or receive your package, make sure that you take everything out and inspect their quality. In case of any breakage or poor quality return it for a new one.
- Once you finish inspecting, separate the materials.
- Then you can assemble the structure by first connecting the circular frame and then attaching the legs to it.
- The mat can then be spread out on top of the circular frame next and secured in place with springs and hooks. If you have someone to assist you, this will be a lot simpler.
- Lastly, you can put on the protective pad around the circular frame for a safer fall on the trampoline.
How to put a trampoline together with net
Sometimes your trampoline can come with a net that would act as an enclosure to the space inside. The net can be purchased separately as well.
When handling the net, you have to follow the instructions below:
- To hang nets, you must first construct the necessary framework. It can be attached to the trampoline’s frame.
- After you’ve double-checked that the frame is secure, you may attach the nets to it. It can depend on the type of net package you have bought.
- If it comes with a supporting rod, it is threaded through the net and secured to the supports.
- Otherwise, the net can be directly attached to the supporting rods.
How to put a trampoline together by yourself
As it is an easy task, anyone can manage to Build a trampoline without much trouble. Taking it one step at a time is key to completing, at your own pace.
Check your equipment correctly before starting the assemble. Separate and spread them out for easy access. Assemble the structure one support after the other. The mat that goes on top can be spread onto the structure after this. This can be done easily, with the structure upside down. And lastly, attach the protective pad.
How to put a 14ft trampoline together
A 14ft trampoline might be very intimidating because of its size. But, this can be assembled with the same ease as any other trampoline. Follow the basic instructions given to make sure that it’s done right.
It can also be an opportunity for the family to come together and help out. This will help in getting the job done faster and in a fun manner.
How to put a trampoline frame together
The trampoline frame is of two parts: a circular mat frame and support legs. Because the structure is simple, joining them becomes easy. Connect the curves of the circular frame first. Then move on to connecting the legs to it at the given points on the circular frame.
How to put an 8ft trampoline together
An 8ft trampoline essentially means that the diameter of the mat is 8ft or approx. 2.4 metres. That is an easy feat to get done compared to something bigger. A single person will be able to do it with ease.
One has to assemble all the material and equipment needed and follow the given instructions. This will include connecting the parts of the skeletal frame and joining the mat to it, finishing it off by attaching the protective pad around.
1.How to put a 10ft trampoline together
Make sure that the trampoline mat diameter is the correct size of 10ft. Follow the instructions to connect the frame first. Attach the mat and the protective pad to it with the given equipment.
2.How to put a trampoline away for winter
A trampoline can be put away for the winter in three ways. The first is disassembling the whole structure and storing it inside the house. The second is to cover it up with a cover and attach the ends of it to the trampoline to secure it. The third is to store the whole thing inside a garage if you have the space.
3.How to put a trampoline on a slope
Putting a trampoline on a slope can be accomplished by digging a pit on the higher side of the trampoline’s desired location. It is possible to determine the slope and dig a hole deep enough to be level with the opposite side. It can be set up with one side inside the pit and the other outside.