Frame must be
requires two adults to obtain proper
trampolines have a support brace, a hand
hold that extends out past the frame.
Trampoline Safety pads do not rest on
this. Do not
include this brace in your
measurements but do mention that your
trampoline does have it.
- USE A MEASURING
TAPE THAT REACHES THE FULL LENGTH OF YOUR
- MEASURE ACROSS THE MIDDLE OF THE SHORT
SIDE, FROM OUTSIDE TO OUTSIDE OF THE FRAME.
NOTE THE EXACT INCHES.
not round off or convert to feet and
- MEASURE AGAIN ACROSS THE MIDDLE OF THE
LONG SIDE. NOTE THE
(Do not round off or convert to feet and
MEASURE THE DISTANCE
FROM THE OUTSIDE OF THE FRAME
outside of the pad will be)
TO THE EDGE OF
THE JUMPING MAT.
This will determine your
width. Most of our pads are 12" wide. If you
desire a wider pad, please let us know.
a. Measure this at both the long side and
the short side.
Some pads do
not extend into the corners....if you want
to confirm that yours covers the corner,
please contact us.
FOLLOWING ARE SOME VERY HELPFUL HINTS
FOR US TO DETERMINE MORE ACCURATELY YOUR
- The spring count on the short and long
side....the total springs.
- The description of your spring, color,
length of spring when off of the trampoline
and fully recoiled.
- The description of your trampoline frame:
Color, how the springs hook to your
frame...holes, rings, etc..., leg shapes and
- Where you purchased it from...brand,
- The jumping surface, trampoline mat...is
it black, what is the mat fabric made of,
does it have grommets, triangles,
etc...where the springs hook.