Which Commercial Trampoline is right for you?
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Our extensive experience of trampoline design, manufacture and installation means there isn’t much we don’t know when it comes to the safe planning and installation of your commercial specification trampoline.
From the ages and abilities of the children to the physical location of the installation, every client’s requirement is different. A member of our DBS checked team will guide you through the process from the initial brief and site visit to planning, installing and surfacing.
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Will my trampoline need supervising?
The level of supervision required depends on the trampoline type you choose and its environment.
High-rebound trampolines (very bouncy - like the ones you get at home) should be constantly supervised.
We also sell many ‘low-rebound’ trampolines which are much less bouncy, and these can be used unsupervised for example in public play areas. We often install these in nurseries or special needs schools.
What safety standards do we have to meet?
There is a British safety standard that domestic trampolines have to conform this is called EN71-14. As yet there is no official safety standard requirement for schools or commercial trampolines.
That said, there is a more general Playground Equipment Standard EN1176. Many of our trampolines are tested to EN1176. Many schools or leisure centre gym equipment (including trampolines) will conform to EN913 or EN13219, a number of our trampolines also conform to these standards.
This is not a legal requirement, but it represents a good practice we are proud to be a part of. Andrew Jameson, founder Playgrade and of Capital Play (manufacturer and reseller of domestic trampolines) is part of the European committee that formulates safety standards for domestic trampolines.
Do we need public liability insurance?
This will differ on your setting and trampoline type. In most cases we find that your existing insurance will cover the use of a trampoline, especially if you already have play equipment in your setting. Our advice is always to check with your provider.
How long does installation take?
Installation timescales depend on the scale of the project, but typically a single in-ground or free-standing trampoline will be completed within 1 day, and a larger multi-field trampoline arena could take 2-4 days.
Some trampolines have longer lead times if they are made to order.
Can we install the trampoline ourselves?
Of course! We are more than happy to provide a trampoline for you or your groundsman to install. All our trampolines come with easy instructions and we are always on the end of the phone to advise if needed.
We are also happy to send out one of our installers to sign off the installation if this is required. (There may be a cost attached to this).
Do you sell wheelchair trampolines?
Yes, we do sell trampolines designed specifically for wheelchair users of all ages. They are a great resource but can be costly. We also recommend our standard low rebound in-ground trampolines for wheelchair use.
There is a 4” lip to navigate but our customers find this a good solution where a carer is always about to help the user on and off the trampoline. We supply and install dozens of trampolines in special needs schools and family attractions, many with wheelchair users and will be able to advise you on the best trampoline for your requirements.
How much will it cost?
The cost of your project will depend on many aspects, from trampoline type and scale to whether you require installation, safety surfacing and on-going maintenance. If you have a budget, we are very happy to come up with a solution based on that.
We understand that funding is not always immediately available, especially if you are applying for a grant. We are happy to provide quotes to help you with your applications. We always an honest and transparent cost breakdown