From the Customer: Why a Springfree Trampoline is a Great Purchase

March 9th, 2012 by

We’d be happy to never stop promoting the virtues of our Springfree trampolines. But what’s more important than our opinion is that of the customer’s—that’s who the trampoline is for, after all. And when we received a wonderful testimony from someone who’d just purchased a Springfree trampoline, we couldn’t resist sharing it. After all, we don’t want you to just take our word for it!

Here are some of the great things one satisfied trampoline owner had to say:

It makes her feel safe. Though the customer was concerned about some of the safety questions behind trampolines, she said her experience with the Springfree model has been completely reassuring and entirely safe. There’s no metal to be concerned about, the net is strong and supportive and the trampoline itself is soft.

It’s the best exercise she’s ever gotten. Because of how much fun the Springfree trampoline is to use, she’s been averaging ten times using it a day—giving her great exercise that’s also enjoyable and varied. Even without springs, the Springfree trampoline provides a high jump that allows the exertion of both cardio and strength.

The customer service has been great. The customer’s questions, asked before purchase, during assembly, and once the trampoline was set up, were all responded to with informative and helpful answers. Between the website design, the marketing of the trampoline, the safety features and the product itself, the customer had no disappointments.

Most importantly: it’s fun! The customer called the trampoline a “euphoria creator,” and said that everyone who steps on it instantly has a huge smile on his or her face. Which means, she’s not the only one—she said that a number of people had gotten great joy out of the Springfree trampoline, and that she couldn’t be more delighted to have the trampoline as a part of her home.

It’s responses like this that make the business worth it. Springfree trampolines are perfect for providing a fun, safe, diverse exercise experience for you and your family. And the customer service aspect is a big part—we want your purchase and use of the trampoline to be as pleasant and easy as possible, and we’re committed to making that happen. So if you want to tap into some of the joy that this customer felt, go out and get your family a Springfree trampoline—you won’t regret it.

What You Need To Set Up A Trampoline

February 28th, 2012 by

Just like with a playset, a trampoline can be a fantastic addition to your home and yard—and, because you don’t have to do anything to your home, it’s the best kind of addition there is. But a few things need to be kept in mind before you commit to a trampoline, and to make sure your family’s experience using one will be fun and safe.

Make sure you have enough space. You want to leave about two feet of empty space around the entire circumference of the trampoline—this both keeps the trampoline protected from obstacles as well as ensures that, if someone were to dismount, they wouldn’t hit anything. And you want 20 feet of overhead clearance, so make sure there aren’t any low-hanging branches or other such intrusions.

Make sure you have a flat surface. This is very important, both for the safety of trampoline users and for the safety of the trampoline itself. Find a flat patch of land in your yard, and make sure that all of the framing sits evenly and level in the yard.

Make sure you know what you’re doing when you set up the trampoline. It’s very important that a trampoline is installed properly, since it will be bearing weight and has to sustain its springs and surface. If you plan to do the installation yourself, be sure to read the manual thoroughly and use the right tools and devices as prescribed. If you have any doubt about what to do or whether you’ll be able to set up the trampoline, you should bring in a professional to help. It may cost a little more, but the added safety and quality will be worth it in the long run.

Consider which kind of trampoline you want. Different trampolines offer different experiences. Play N’ Learn offers both the AlleyOop trampoline, which is a traditional-style spring trampoline that adds to safety because of a smoother, lower-impact bounce, and the Springfree trampolines, which use a different system. Springfree trampolines use fiberglass rods instead of springs, increasing safety and performance, and the mat is held above the steel frame instead of mostly level with it—decreasing the chance of a collision with the frame.

All of these are practical steps to take before purchasing anything, and trampolines are certainly no different. We think you’ll be enhancing your family’s experience at home with a trampoline from Play N’ Learn’s Playground Superstores.