When looking at a trampoline online make a note of the delivery cost. While certain sellers charge one set delivery price regardless of type and size, others will vary the cost according to size. Sellers will probably encounter some who provide “no charge” delivery.
The Spring Pad and Bounce Mat:
The bounce mats of a cheap trampoline should be rugged and able to withstand wear and tear. There should be no roughness to its surface and it should be smooth to the touch.
It is best to purchase a cheap trampoline that comes with a safety enclosure. Regardless of how old or how responsible the user may be there is always a very real risk of falling off of the trampoline. A safety enclosure will prevent this. Without this enclosure extra room around the trampoline is required to allow for falls. The enclosure consists of a safety net which attaches to the frame of the trampoline.
Quantity of springs:
It is very common for manufacturers to tell buyers the different sizes and amount of springs contained in the cheap trampoline. The trampoline with the highest number of springs is not particularly the most durable. How much the bouncer weighs dictates how many springs are needed. If the trampoline is for a child, too many springs will make it difficult for them to bounce.
The most essential part of a trampoline is the frame, which is commonly constructed of galvanized steel. This type of steel is protected from rusting. Some trampolines have the rust proofing on the interior and exterior of the tube framing.