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An in-ground trampoline is a trampoline that is meant to be buried. More and more people nowadays choose inground trampolines for safety reasons. The reason for this is that an inground trampoline is closer to the ground and therefore it makes it easier to safely step up and from the trampoline. Also, this trampoline has an altered safety pad that enables air to be optimally moved. At the edge of this trampoline padding, a mesh finish is attached. This mesh finish makes sure that toys or other items are not able to get under the trampoline.
At Etan Trampolines you can choose between two types of inground trampolines, namely, the Etan Hi-Flyer and the Etan Premium. Both trampoline lines have round in-ground trampolines and in ground rectangle trampolines. The Etan Hi-Flyer trampoline is a safe trampoline at an advantageous price. This inground trampoline is available as trampoline with net or without a safety net and with a green or grey trampoline safety pad. The Etan Premium trampoline is a trampoline of European quality. With an Etan Premium in-ground trampoline you get quality, safety, and a lot of fun in your garden! With these trampolines, we have the entire production in our own hands, so it is also possible to customize this trampoline. The Etan Premium trampoline padding also has a thicker trampoline padding than the other in-ground trampolines.
Because of our wide range of in-ground trampolines, there is a suitable shape and size for everyone. Will you go for an in-ground trampoline rectangular or round? In addition, you can also choose from a green or grey trampoline safety pad. With an in-ground trampoline, the trampoline is always 20 cm above the ground. This height is necessary because air is moved while jumping and must be able to escape. With an Etan in-ground trampoline, a hole needs to be dug underneath the trampoline. The dimensions of the hole that needs to be dug vary per trampoline and are also mentioned for each specific trampoline.
For an Etan in-ground trampoline, a large hole needs to be dug underneath the trampoline. Are you that handy mum or dad and are you going to do it yourself? It’s a big job, but certainly not impossible. Besides, you’ll be even happier when you can enjoy on your Etan in-ground trampoline. To dig in an Etan in-ground trampoline, you’ll first have to determine the location in your garden. Make sure you keep at least 2 meters free around the trampoline for safety. Have you found a spot? Start with digging the deepest point, after which you make the hole bowl-shaped. Place the trampoline on the hole and check if you don’t touch the ground when jumping on your new Etan in-ground trampoline. Anchor the trampoline and have fun jumping!
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