January 31, 2011

Trampolines Replacement Springs by Trampoline Pro Shop

Trampoline Pro Shop's heavy-duty trampoline springs are made from galvanized wire that outlasts imported chrome trampoline springs. The premium quality of our springs stems from our direct outcome of R & D efforts focused on developing heavy-duty trampoline springs. Our entire range of trampoline springs has a resiliency that is designed for a fantastic bounce. All our trampoline springs are warranted for 2-years. It is advisable to check the springs often. The easiest way to inspect the condition of your trampoline springs is to take them in your hand and shake. The ones that are no longer good will shake with more looseness than the others.

Replace trampoline spring if the coil does not return to its normal shape when removed from frame. In general - the springs demand replacement every two to three years. Failing to replace defective trampoline springs make spring failure contagious as neighboring trampoline springs are forced to carry increased load. 

We stock recreational trampoline springs in these lengths: 4.375", 5.5", 6", 6.5", 6.75", 7", 7.25", 7.5", 8", 8.25", 8.5" and 9". We also stock a high performance 10.25" spring that is compatible with the Olympic style Eurotramp Grand Master Exclusive. If your length is not listed, please contact us for assistance. 

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January 27, 2011

Fully Enclosing Trampoline Safety Nets by Trampoline Pro Shop

A trampoline safety net can certainly be the best investment when it comes to trampoline safety and your child. There are big amounts of accidents that are caused by falling off a trampoline while jumping. These could have been avoided if the owners had a enclosure net in place. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported that 80% of injuries needing hospital treatment are a result of falling off a trampoline, which could have been prevented by having an enclosure net in place. And that is only accidents that were significant enough for a visit to casualty, there were undoubtedly many others which occurred that did not need medical attention but caused some distress both to children and their families.

A Trampoline Safety Net certainly adds to the safety measures of your backyard apparatus. If you don't already have a trampoline with safety enclosure, because the one you bought didn't have that option, you didn't think you needed it or a safety enclosure wasn't standard then. Don't get worried, you can still get one. And you don't have to hunt around to get an enclosure for your kind of trampoline - you just need to make sure that you size it right depending on whether you need 12ft, 13ft or 14ft circular safety net enclosures.

Injuries are more likely when more than one jumper is there, and for the person who weighs less is likely to suffer more. They are 5 times more likely to be injured because they can be easily bounced off the mat. So, instead of putting all your energy into trying to lay a rule that won't work, why not just put up a safety enclosure and know that whatever happen they and their friends won't be able to bouncing off from the trampoline.

The best trampoline enclosure should be least on adjustments to your existing frame, should have a quality safety netting (durable, weather proof and quality stitching) with strong galvanized support poles and foam padding on all support poles and most importantly it should be able to accommodate a 300 lb jumper (in case an adult gets the bouncing bug!).
Trampoline Pro Shop provides you All Trampoline Parts, Enclosures and Accessories of Superior Quality and at Best Prices. Simply measure your trampoline and place your order. That's all it takes.

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Trampoline Safety Pads by Trampoline Pro Shop

Trampolining can be a fun and healthy experience if all the safety rules are followed properly. An increase in the use of trampolines around the world by people of all age groups has resulted in an increasing number of trampoline related accidents.

People are apprehensive about purchasing a trampoline because of the risks involved. However, using the necessary safety measure will ensure that kids and adults are both well protected and out of harms way.

There are various safety devices that can be used with the trampoline to prevent any accidents. Unlike safety nets and enclosures that are bought separately as accessories, trampoline pads are a standard part of all trampolines.

A majority of trampoline related accidents occur when the jumper collides with the exposed frame or springs. This can result in scratches, bruises and even fractures. Trampoline Pads are used as a protective covering to enclose the metal frame of the trampoline. The pads are available for trampolines of all shapes and sizes, whether rectangular, square, round or octagonal. The pads not only enclose the metal frame but also the exposed springs and hooks. A good trampoline pad is made of high-density, closed-cell foam. This makes the pad shock absorbent. The pads are also resistant to moisture and mildew. A good quality pad might be more expensive than a budget purchase, but it will definitely provide greater protection and will not lose shape easily.

Trampoline pads are not restricted to the metal frame. Floor pads are also available and are used to reduce the chances of injury in the event of a person falling off the trampoline. Pads are also available for the metal support bars of a trampoline safety net or enclosure.

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January 24, 2011

Enclose Your Fun with Safety - Trampoline Enclosures

A trampoline is a device that almost everyone enjoys, since they provide tons of fun and can be an excellent toy and exercise machine. Unfortunately, falling from a trampoline is no fun. You may cause serious harm to yourself, or even worse, your children could be the ones affected. So, is there some way to protect yourself and your loved ones from these potential accidents? Yes, a trampoline enclosure is the solution for you.

Trampoline Enclosures are a Trampoline Pro Shop's specialty. Our Trampoline Enclosure Parts were manufactured by Hedstrom to fit their enclosures. However, we are confident that, with a bit of adjustment, most of these parts will work with trampolines manufactured by other brands.

Available Enclosure Parts are as follows:
Enclosure Replacement Net 
The Hedstrom trampoline enclosure replacement nets are designed to fit Hedstrom enclosures perfectly, but these nets can fit any brand of enclosure with various adjustments. The nets are woven from UV-resistant and durable polypropylene and are lined with elastic along the perimeter to ensure a snug fit. 
Sizes: These nets are available for 14-ft, 13-ft, and 12-ft round trampolines.

Enclosure Pole Foam Sleeves 
Enclosure Pole Foam Sleeves are made of mildew-resistant, high-density foam. These sleeves are 44 inches long, 1/2 inch thick, with an inside diameter of 1.5 inches. Please measure your enclosure poles carefully to ensure that you order the correct number of sleeves. These foam sleeves are easily cut to fit any length of enclosure support pole making them useful for many different enclosure brands. Colors: Blue, Black & Yellow as shown.

Enclosure Pole End Caps 
Enclosure Pole Caps are recommended for Hedstrom trampoline enclosures only. These poll caps are made of black plastic and fit snuggly atop enclosure poles. They are packaged in sets of four.

Enclosure Net Bungees 
Enclosure Net Bungees are recommended for use only with Hedstrom or NBF trampolines. They are used to attach the top of the enclosure net to the support poles. Sold in sets of 8.

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January 20, 2011

Trampoline Replacement Parts and Accessories

Replacing parts on trampolines is fairly easy if you have the correct measurements to the items that need to be replaced. It is also important to know the exact model of the trampoline and the maker. Be sure you have inspected the trampoline before you set out to order the needed parts. You can usually locate the information on the frame of the trampoline.

If you are replacing a trampoline mat you will need the exact measurements to the mat you want to replace. Trampoline provides you the easiest way that explains exactly how to take the measurements. It is critical you read the instructions very carefully so you get the correct numbers that are needed. If you are replacing springs it is critical to get the information of the exact type of springs needed since they tend to vary from one model to the next.

Trampoline covers tend to need replacing long before mats and springs do. This is due to the weather being harsh on covers. Water is also another factor that will wear out a trampoline cover quite quickly as the water causes them to deteriorate.

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January 17, 2011

Trampoline Pads- The Safer way to Jump on Trampolines

Have you been thinking about buying a trampoline for a while now, either at the request of your children, or because you've heard that it can be an easy, fun way to lose some weight? if so, then you are at right place to have Trampoline and Trampoline Parts.The important thing is to do plenty of research and spend some time comparison shopping. Just like everything else in life, you'll only get the quality of trampoline that you pay for. If you purchase a cheap trampoline from a discount department store, chances are you'll be surfing the internet for replacement parts in a few months.Trampoline Pro Shop offers you Trampoline,Trampoline Parts and Accessories in the Best quality and prices in this industry.

If repairs aren't really your thing, then it's important to think about installing accessories that will allow you to keep your trampoline in good working condition for as long as possible. This means finding a cover that will prevent your metal springs from rusting, and will keep sun and water from deteriorating your trampoline mat.

The most important trampoline parts to protect are the springs. Not only are they the only part of the trampoline that actually provides the elasticity to jump up and down on the mat, they are the only thing connecting the mat to the rest of the frame. If the springs are too weak, they could bend and stretch, ruining the buoyancy of the mat, and making it hard to get any elevation when you're jumping. If the springs are allowed to rust, they could break off while you're in mid-jump, risking a painful injury. We provides you Trampoline Pads for Round Trampolines and Rectangle Trampolines in different sizes.

Installing trampoline pads will help to protect the entire edge of the trampoline structure from the elements, essentially preventing sun, wind, and rain from damaging the springs. Another benefit of installing a trampoline pad is that your jumpers will have an easier time aiming for the center of the mat when they are high in the air or inverted while flipping. Pads are usually brightly colored, acting like a target while the jumpers are suspended. Additionally, they act as a protective covering, preventing arms and legs from slipping through the gap between the edge of the mat and the frame. When you install one of these pads, you're reducing the chance that someone can injure themselves on the trampoline.

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January 16, 2011

Trampolines Jumping Boards by Trampoline Pro Shop


It's the perfect time of the year to pack up your gear and head out for fun and excitement on the slopes. Excitement around with snowboarding and there's a wide variety of places to go for the perfect experience. Thanks to the invention of the trampoline jumping board, there's now an easy way for board sport athletes to stay in shape and learn new tricks even when the sun is shining or the lake is frozen over! Trampoline Pro Shop offers Bounce Boards, SnowboardsWakeboards and Accessories for boards competitors in this season of snow. Using a jumping board takes the sport of trampoline jumping to a whole new level, and allows intermediate athletes to become experts, even when they can' get out and ride.

If you're going to be using a trampoline jumping board on your structure, it's important to make sure that you've taken every possible precaution for safety. Even jumping straight up and down on a trampoline has some risks if you're not careful. First, the trampoline must be securely fastened to the ground so that jumping on the edge or climbing down off the structure won't trigger a tipping motion that could cause injury or damage to the frame.

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