Trampoline anchor kits are a must when your take the safety of your family into consideration. Although large and relatively heavy, the design of a trampoline makes them not to wind friendly!
On a particularly windy day, a trampoline can be caught by the wind and moved or even rolled over. Trampolines with a safety enclosure will also add to effect of the wind, acting like a sail. Using an anchor kit will stop it from ending up in your neighbours garden!
A trampoline cover is a great thing to have and will protect your trampoline against things such as bird droppings, leaves, tree sap and UV rays (these UV rays damage the mat and padding on a trampoline, cracking and drying them out).
A trampoline cover is designed not to be waterproof, most covers have eyelets or grommets that will allow water to drain through to the floor which prevents the build up of water and debris.
Trampoline enclosures, normally in the form of steel pole uprights with tough netting that is attached by hooks to the underside of the mat, prevent anyone from falling off the trampoline whilst bouncing.
An essential addition to any trampoline, especially if you have children.
A trampoline ladder is a must have for anyone who takes safety as the number one priority when children are using a trampoline. Without a suitable ladder, getting onto a trampoline can be difficult, especially for smaller children and whilst getting maybe slightly easier, the risk of injury is still very high.
We list ladders to fit all makes of trampoline including clip-ons and removables.
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If you have an enclosure on your trampoline, it is very likely that over the lifetime of the trampoline that the net will need replacing. The net may fray or tear and this can lead to a failure of the whole net and put users in danger of been injured.
Replacement nets are relatively inexpensive, simply find your size and buy.
Trampoline pads protect the bouncer from landing on the springs that attach the mat to the trampoline frame. These pads take a lot of abuse and therefore can rip and tear and then fall apart, exposing the dangerous springs beneath.
The pads are normally secured to the trampoline frame via elastic ties, so replacing the pads is very easy. We list every size replacement pads for every trampoline manufacturer.
Most parts on a trampoline are serviceable. Springs, poles, screws and bolts can all be replaced if they become damaged or lost.
Have a browse through the listings or use the search facility to the right to find the right part for your trampoline.