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Installing in-ground trampoline blocks is simpler than ever, yet a bit of careful planning and research will help make your project an excellent achievement. Also, you’ll have problem-free trampolining for many years to come.

Here are some tips for digging a trampoline into the ground

Make Sure You Have a Suitable Site

Ensure you do not have a high water table; this can be achieved by digging a trial hole at least 3ft deep and giving it about 24 hours to see if it feels. Also, make sure you have enough run-off space around the trampoline prior to coming to anything dangerous, like walls and fences.

Get the Right Size and Specification of Trampoline

The expenses of upgrading to an excellent specification trampoline are small in relation to the general expense of your project. It would be best if you considered using a trampoline with at least 8.5-inch springs for a higher user weight limit and a long-lasting trampoline.

Ensure You Have Adequate Drainage

The issue of water gathering in the hole and making a pond should be addressed. If you have sandy soil porous, then you definitely would not require any drainage. If you’re in any doubt, then it is advisable to put on a soak-away at the bottom of the hole or consult a drainage expert. Drainage can be built after installing a trampoline. All you need to do is take the jump mat off to be able to access the hole again.

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