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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.