How much is it to get a rectangle trampoline (like a really bouncy one) and then for it to be installed so its level with the ground? I'm really interested in buying one or just a in ground trampoline that will be REALLY bouncy. I don't want to spend a ton of money though I do understand these are expensive. So I need some help finding one (whether it be used or new doesn't matter) and then how much it will be to get it to my house and have in installed so its in ground. Thanks NS!
yea i doesnt have to be a rectangler one Just a really bouncy one, wheather it be a octangler one a triangler one or a rectangler I really dont care. It just has to be bounce and be able to go inground
soil stability is an issue on the Atlantic coast for almost all shapes. particularly shapes with more than 1 corner. the problem grows exponentially from here. at 5 corners it becomes nearly impossible for the soil to withstand the levels of lateral pressure exerted on the frame of the tramp. you must be careful as a breach of the stability could cause a massive sink hole engulfing everything in the vicinity.
If im gonna spend that amount of money i want it in ground and because I got a shit to of free mats from my school and i want to be able to jump on them like put them around the tramp like they do a training places, another reason is saftey, i dont want to fuck up a trick and shoot off the tramp onto the ground
well since you live on the east coast, the soil is to soft. your gonna need maybe some contractor to dig it and lay concrete on the bottom and walls. depending on the size of the tramp, you could be looking at prices over 9000
The soil stability on the east coast is gonna make it wayyy hard to install an in ground, even with a contractor doing it for you. my suggestion is to move west of the rockies and buy a triangular, or else you could be looking at a major lawsuit from your city on the issue of mis-installed trampolines.
You have to have gymnastics specific insurance to utilize gymnastics grade equipment. Gotta be careful with these laws, though you may be able to find a loophole if you register your home address as a Gym.
The parallel motion from the forc of the recoil on the triangular trampoline doesn't satisfy the equation (let s= safety) s=f*h/z. I'm not saying you can't, just don't let the safety commissioner find out.
with these free mats you will undoubtedly need to call your local surveying company. not many will talk about soil stability as it is a type of geology some surveyors specialize in. It may require a few phone calls. I digress...these mats will definitely compromise the soil stability bc of the weight, therefore in the hole you have dug you must build retaining walls no less than 18 inches thick reinforced with re-bar and iron girders. this is the only way to avoid the ground from creating the sink hole i described earlier. Oh and if you are curious how i know all about this. the answer is i live in the only place soil is less stable than the Atlantic coast and that is Michigan. the soil is so sandy it cost 5000 just to construct an adequate hole for my tramp.