Regular servicing ensures a longer lifespan and heightened safety for your users
BS EN 1176-1 requires that your trampoline should be inspected and maintained according to the manufacturer’s instructions at a frequency not less that that stated by the manufacturer. We recommend inspections at more regular intervals, our guidance can be found in our Safety Guide.
You can care for your trampoline and keep it safe by:
- Not exceeding the maximum user weight limit provided by the trampoline manufacturer. Excess weight and improper use will damage it and cause it to break easily.
- Keeping your trampoline clean. If any part becomes dirty, clean with a damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Do not use any abrasive cleaners as this could damage the products.
- If possible, storing pads in a dry place when not in use. Prolonged exposure to sun and harsh weather can shorten their life.
- Keep trampoline in good condition by using a cover. Damage can be caused by water pooling, garden/outdoor debris landing on it, or sparks from nearby bonfires and fireworks displays.