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Winter Tips for your Trampoline

With winter just around the corner we thought it would be a good idea to give you some pointers on winter upkeep for your trampoline.

Super-Fun Trampolines are made to be outside year round. If you live in an area where there is a lot of snow on the trampoline looks like a flan snow, it’s best not to let the snow pile up on the trampoline. Snow can get very heavy and may stretch the springs if left unattended. You can just use a broom to sweep the snow off the mat. If you get a lot of snow, and don’t want to bother with the sweeping, we recommend taking the mat/pads/springs in for the winter (the frame can stay outside).

Super-Fun does not sell weather covers as they can actually do more damage than good.  The weather covers will hold any rain or snow as there is no drainage with a cover.  Since both rain and snow can get very heavy, you run the risk of stretching your springs, which will then need to be replaced.

If you want to keep the trampoline dry/clean in the winter, we recommend taking the mat/pads/springs in for the season.


While we don’t recommend JUMPING on your trampoline covered in snow it sure looks like this guy is having fun!

Snowy Trampoline

Until next time …

Remember, stay safe and have fun!

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