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Four Trampoline Accessories That Can Add To The Safety Of Your Purchase
by: James Druman

Shopping for a large trampoline can be a lot of fun—especially with all the technological design breakthroughs we've seen by dedicated engineers in certain years. There are a wide range of models available that create an experience like you never imagined while at the same time providing the safest possible playing environment for your children. But the right trampoline accessories can make a great purchase an even better one—you just need to know which ones make sense when it comes to safety and which ones are meaningless upsells.

Here are four interesting accessory purchases you might want to keep in mind

1. Trampoline Anchors

Nothing like the type of anchor that keeps a boat from floating away, an anchor kit for a trampoline simply keeps it tightly on the ground so that it doesn't shift around and become unsafe. It can also keep a strong wind from lifting it and throwing it around the yard. Most anchor kits are pretty cheap and very easy to set up, and what they do for safety make them an essential purchase in my book.

2. Stair Set

What about getting on and off the trampoline? For small children, this can become quite a challenge, and you will be constantly lifting them on and off.

But besides protecting your back, there are safety issues involved as well—even when it comes to bigger users. You see, larger, more confident kids think it's perfectly okay to just hop down after using the trampoline. They're feeling confident in their athletic abilities, and it's just easier than climbing down. But it is not all that rare to see an ankle injury occur because of this.

A small set of stairs can usually be purchased to eliminate these problems—it's up to you to make sure that everyone uses them.

3. Weather cover

You might be wondering how in the world a weather cover plays into safety. After all, a weather cover is meant to protect the trampoline—not your children. It keeps the more extreme elements from damaging the materials that compose the trampoline. Harmful elements include freezing temperatures, hard rains, and UV rays.

But preserving your trampoline and protecting it from the weather is much more than just a matter of keeping it looking good—all these elements destroy the trampoline from the inside out, making it less safe to jump on. The aluminum poles, the fabrics, and the padding all become weaker.

The end result is a higher risk of danger as the trampoline begins to break down. If your trampoline is visibly deteriorating, it's a good idea to take a good look at its overall stability.

4. Protective Netting

What about safety netting? A lot of injuries occur when jumpers fly off of the trampoline structure, but a net is built to catch them and either toss them back to the springy surface or lower them carefully to the ground. If the nets are held up by aluminum poles, make sure they are properly padded to prevent additional collision injuries as well. Safety nets are often built into original design, but it is not a given.

So, as you can see, trampoline accessories are not just about pulling more money out of your wallet and giving you more gadgets to leave around the yard—many of them are about making the playing experience safer. And that should always be your first concern.

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