Flatground Trampolines - Pros & Cons
Flatground Trampolines For The Perfect Garden
There is simply no doubt, flatground trampolines are tremendously popular due to their sleek looks, and enviable performance and for a well-kept garden they can be the perfect choice due to how well they blend in.
In fact, this year we have sold models to a number of landscapers, high-end construction firms, architects and even a few celebs, but we wanted to dig into the subject in a little more depth and to compare the relative strengths and weaknesses on the case for a flat ground trampoline.
So, lets jump in -
PROS - Flat Ground Trampolines
They look sensational, due to the their sleek and minimal design.
Hugging the grass, they present minimal disruption to a tidy and visually appealing garden, proofed by by Pippa O’Connor's recent installation, certainly one with an eye to design.
2. NO STEP/ NO TRIP HAZARD:
No step on or off the trampoline so you reduce the possibility of a trip hazard,
3. WOW FACTOR:
Wow factor for your kids and their friends based on how typical high-quality flatground trampolines look and perform.
Wow factor for your friends and neighbours, just based on how good they look.
4. ENHANCED USABILITY:
Ease of use, no ladders or steps will make having a jump on the trampoline much more accessible.
5. OPTIONAL SAFETY NETS:
Available with or without safety nets, as appropriate based on the age and experience of the users.
For pets, can walk underneath and get hit by a jumper
For kids and adults, no step to trip over or fall off.
That was quite easy, so now let us consider the weaknesses.
CONS - Flatground Trampolines
As with inground trampolines installing on wet ground can present challenges, so its important to evaluate the suitability of your garden before you jump in.
The ground can still be a very hard surface to land on so adequate care must be taken. If you land on the grass on your shoulder, elbow or head, a visit to the hospital could certainly be on the cards.
3. YOU HAVE TO DIG A BIG HOLE:
It goes without saying that some digging will have to take place, and this is usually most effectively achieved with a digger or mini-digger. You may need someone fairly competent to install, if you do not wish to take on this task yourself.
4. YOU MAY HAVE A BIG HOLE TO FILL:
If you ever change your mind and no longer need your flatground trampoline or it has reached the end of its usefulness to you, you could have a big hole to fill.
5. PROBABLE INCREASE IN YOUR POPULARITY:
You could find your self becoming very popular with the kids in your neighbourhood.
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All in all, there all likey to be more pros than cons for most so if you have any questions, please call us on 01 960 1641 and we will be pleased to assist.
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