If you buy a good quality, long lasting trampoline it will probably have cost you a small fortune, so maintaining the performance and safety of this investment is something you should be thinking about.
Although trampolines are often referred to as weather resistant, the performance and safety of any trampoline is still susceptible to bad weather conditions, especially in the winter. For people who own a trampoline with welded joints, rust is something you need to prevent through the winter months, as if these joints become rusty it can make your trampoline unsafe to use. In order to prevent or minimize damage to any part of your trampoline there are a few precautions that can be taken:
Buy a trampoline cover. A trampoline cover prevents any weather related damage to the bed, springs and frame of your trampoline, maintaining the performance and safety of the product.
Winter storage. If you have the space to do so, you can always dismantle the trampoline and store it inside, be it in a garage or in your home.
Store space efficient parts. If you, like many of us, don't have enough space to store an unassembled trampoline indoors then you can always just store the springs, pads and bed, and if possible keep the frame itself sheltered.
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