At Scapes and Stones, we’ve noticed that clients tend to hesitate on installing one just because they don’t want disrupt the flow of design. It’s also why many of our clients throughout greater Las Vegas, NV and surrounds have opted for in ground trampoline installations, and the solution works well.
What is an In-Ground Trampoline?As the same suggests, the trampoline is flush with the ground. There is no large structure with stands or a trampoline that protrudes from the ground that mars the appearance of your landscape. Here’s how this trampoline is installed:
- We dig a deep hole (of your chosen size and shape) in your backyard.
- Line the edges of the hole with blocks to help retain the shape and install a proper drainage system to ensure no water collects in it.
- Our experts will then install the trampoline mat on top of the hole and make sure that the hole is properly vented.
- We always recommend that a net be installed around the trampoline, even if it’s an in-ground one. An impact against the hard ground will hurt and cause injuries so it’s safer to install a net.
Why In-Ground Trampoline?Sunken trampolines are becoming increasingly popular, because people want to utilize their outdoor space well and still maintain its beauty. If you love a trampoline but don’t like the bulky and ugly structure of a standard one, you should install an in-ground trampoline, because they are:
- Safer For Children – While there’s still a risk of injury and falls, in-ground trampolines are safe for children, especially very young children. The trampoline is flush with the ground & has a lower bounce than normal trampolines. Your children won’t jump as high and fall as far, which makes this a better choice for them.
- Use – You can just step onto the trampoline and start using it. Many trampoline users actually get injured when they try to climb the ladder and step onto the mat. You can avoid this with a ground level trampoline.
- Durability – Once you install this trampoline, you don’t have to worry about it for several years to come. Unlike above-ground products, these are more solid and resilient. They’re not as susceptible to weather and other such problems. The initial investment might be a little higher, but the cost of ownership is quite low.
If you want to know more about a trampoline in the ground, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at Scapes and Stones. Speak with our experts at this number 702-278-3228 and give us some more details about your project. You can also contact us through our online form and we will respond shortly.
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