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Easy 5 Steps Process To Install BERG In-Ground Trampoline

June 27, 2022

 

Trampolines are fun, exciting and healthy sports gear to play with or used for fitness by kids and adults. In-ground trampolines are a great addition to gardens. But, in smaller gardens or medium-sized gardens that are otherwise well-landscaped, the trampoline may detract from your outside space.

An in-ground BERG trampoline is the appropriate solution in these situations condition, as they are more aesthetically pleasing. While one may see it as a huge commitment, it is not. With an above-ground trampoline, the risk of kids falling and getting hurt is always there. For an above group trampoline, you have to trim tree branches for safe usage. But an in-ground trampoline will help overcome all such hurdles. Even with such benefits in sight, people hesitate to buy BERG in-ground trampoline, whereas BERG’s above-ground trampoline sells quicker. Why? Most people are either hesitant to install it in their garden or don’t know how to. Here’s a quick step guide to help you easily install a BERG in-ground trampoline.

Step 1:

If you’re installing a circular BERG in-ground trampoline, secure one end of the tape measure near the centre of where you want to sink the trampoline and mark the radius of the circle with a stick or screwdriver. You can outline the circle’s diameter with paint or flour as you proceed.

Step 2:

Depending on your skill, you will decide whether to dig the hole by hand or with a mechanised digger. Some people employ a contractor while others handle it themselves. The extra soil can be donated to a community garden or allotment or utilised as topsoil in other areas of the garden. Keep in mind that the hole should be the same depth as the BERG in-ground trampoline.

Step 3:

You must consider drainage if you reside in a region with clay soil or a high water table. Whereas folks in other locations may be able to build a soakaway by putting a layer of gravel at the base of their BERG in-ground trampoline pit, those in clay soil areas may need to install a drainage pipe or an electric drainage system.

Step 4:

If you reside in a sand-soil location, make sure you stabilise the walls of your BERG in-ground trampoline hole to prevent collapse, although this may not be an issue because the hole will not be very deep. Alternatively, the BERG In-Ground Champion 9ft Trampoline has short legs designed for installation over a bowl-shaped pit, eliminating the need for straight walls that may collapse.

Step 5:

This is the easy part after all that physical labour! Follow the directions on your BERG in-ground trampoline to guarantee proper assembly, then carefully lower it into the hole, ensuring sure it’s secure. Then it’s time to play!

Thus, if you’re planning on installing a BERG in-ground trampoline and don’t know how to, now you know. You can easily now plan the installation ahead of time before buying BERG’s in-ground trampoline.