Time line for a typical In Ground Trampoline Installation
With our new design of In Ground Trampolines installing them is not a 5 day job like the traditional models and can be done in less than a day. Here is a timeline of a 10ft trampoline that was recently installed
8am:?We agreed with the customer where to site the trampoline and marked out the circumference of the hole. This was for a 10ft in ground trampoline so the hole was marked out to 11ft.
Marking Out Hole
We started by removing the turf from the outside by hand and keeping nearby to use again to fill in on the outside at the end of the project. The digger then got to work to start digging down to a depth of 33cm in the full diameter of the hole
9.30am:?Now well into the hole dig, we removed the soil down to a depth of 33cm throughout the 11ft diameter
10.30am:?Having taken out 33cm of soil across the whole 11ft diameter, it was then a case of marking out an inside 8ft diameter circle for the inner hole.
11:30am:?An hour or so later the inner hole was dug and all the excess soil removed, ready for a soak-away and weed membrane.
12:30pm:?In a separate area we then built the trampoline and put the retaining wall on – the whole process took about 45 minutes. We then dropped the trampoline in the hole, fitted the vented surround pads and did the finishing landscaping
Making The Trampoline And Retaining Wall
2:00pm:?Job done! Just in time before the kids got home from school
Enjoying The Finished Trampoline Install
For further details on our Range of In Ground and Above Ground Trampolines please call 1300 393 004 or visit www.oztrampolines.com.au