Junk King Houston

4.5/5 stars

Read Reviews

The #1 Rated Junk Removal Service. We provide superior value, service and effort

More About Us arrow
  • Call Us

    Let us know what you need disposed or recycled. We take just about everything!

    illustration of a cell phone
    1-888-888 (JUNK)
  • Text Us

    Send us an image of the junk you got and we got the rest covered.

    illustration of a hand holding a cell phone
  • gold star


Keep Your Backyard Trampoline Safe For The Whole Family

A backyard trampoline can provide hours of fun for the whole family. It’s also a good workout. You don’t need to be an expert to set up a backyard trampoline but it will help to follow some safety rules. These are the things you need to keep in mind with a backyard trampoline:


Make Sure It Is On Level Ground

A trampoline needs to be on level ground. That ground should also have some kind of spring absorption. A lawn is a good option but putting the trampoline on mulch, pea gravel or sand is even better. One place you should never put it is on concrete.

Keep the Trampoline Clear Of Debris

Your trampoline needs to be clear of debris starting with what’s underneath. Kids playing in the yard have a tendency to scatter their toys everywhere. Make sure there’s nothing underneath that trampoline before anyone starts jumping. There shouldn’t also be any obstacles like tree branches hanging over the trampoline. It’s too easy to bounce high into those branches.

Add Safety Precautions

Two important safety precautions to add to your trampoline is padding and a net. The padding goes around the perimeter to cover the springs. The net is used to keep the jumpers within the trampoline. Those two added precautions can go a long way towards protecting everyone who uses the trampoline.

Inspect the Trampoline

Before any jump session, you should do a quick inspection of your trampoline. The very nature of all that bouncing can loosen the springs. Just walk around the perimeter and check to make sure each spring is firmly attached as it should be.

Before anyone climbs up you want to double check the mat to make sure that it is dry and clear of debris. There shouldn’t be any leaves or twigs on the mat. You should also keep an eye out for rips and tears. Those could temporarily be patched up with duct tape but it’s not a permanent fix. The more jumping that happens the more that tear could stretch.

If that trampoline mat is worn out or frayed, then it might be time to replace it. This is where hiring Junk King Houston can be a big help. The crews working for Junk King have a lot of experience with taking down things like an old trampoline or swing set or even a hot tub. They’ll be able to safely load up all the pieces and have a disposed of in a responsible manner. They can also clear out any other yard debris on the same appointment.

Make sure your family is safe on your backyard trampoline this summer.

Junk King Houston
2323 S. Voss Rd Suite 315F
Houston, TX 77057
Hours: M-F: 8A-6P, Sa: 8A-3P, Su: 10A-6P

Providing junk removal services to the Houston area, including:

Missouri City
Sugar Land
and these nearby zip codes:
77002, 77005, 77006, 77007, 77008, 77009, 77019, 77024, 77025, 77027, 77031, 77035, 77036, 77042, 77043, 77046, 77055, 77056, 77057, 77063, 77071, 77072, 77074, 77077, 77079, 77080, 77081, 77082, 77083, 77085, 77094, 77096, 77098, 77099, 77242, 77244, 77272, 77277, 77279, 77282, 77401, 77402, 77406, 77407, 77411, 77413, 77450, 77459, 77469, 77477, 77478, 77479, 77489, 77491, 77492, 77494, 77498, 77545, 77583