We love it when people contact HQ to ask about our products. A lot of the calls we get are about trampoline do's and don'ts, so we thought we'd compile some of the most frequently asked questions for you.
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Here are some of your top questions this week, BUSTED!
How much space should I leave around my trampoline?
Vuly recommends that you leave a foot clearance around the perimeter of your trampoline. Since your trampoline net will give a little bit as you jump into it, this space will allow you to bounce comfortably in the trampoline enclosure without bumping into any obstructions outside the trampoline. Keep your trampoline away from any abrasive materials such as fences, trees or bushes, which could snag onto your trampoline net and cause it to tear.
Can my Vuly trampoline be left outside in all weather seasons?
Yes! Your Vuly trampoline is a durable piece of equipment that is designed to be kept outdoors and withstand a variety of weather conditions. To protect your trampoline from harmful sun exposure, which may deteriorate your trampoline over time, invest in a Vuly trampoline tent to protect your trampoline safety padding and trampoline net during the warmer summer months. But what about winter, I hear you ask? Not to worry, Vuly's trampoline tents will also stop rainwater from pooling on your trampoline safety padding during the coldest months of the year.
Can I order green coloured safety pads for my Vuly trampoline instead of the blue?
Fortunately for you, our trampoline safety padding is double-sided, so you'll receive both green and blue safety pads when you order a Vuly trampoline. Control the look of your trampoline by rotating your designer trampoline safety padding in Green Funky Free print or Classic Blue.
If you have any questions you'd like answered, post them to this blog and I'll answer them as soon as I can! Remember - there is no such thing as a stupid question when it comes to your family's safety on the trampoline.
Join me next time for another update of Trampoline Myth Busters!