As your kids were growing up, you probably had a “tug at the heartstring” anytime you had to clear out the clothes they outgrew. How fast did they go through those baby onesies? What about those tiny shoes they wore on the first day of preschool? Some of those things you’re right to pack up in a box to save. However, there are some bigger items that once they’ve been outgrown they should be cleared away. That is certainly true with a backyard trampoline. What makes more sense: Holding onto a trampoline or clearing out to make room for something nice like a firepit or garden? If you want to let go of that trampoline, then Junk King Orlando can take care of that.
Unlike a sofa or loveseat, getting rid of a trampoline means taking it apart piece by piece. That is a task the crew from Junk King can handle. They have the skill, the experience and the tools. They also have the time to dedicate to the task. You just need to let them know this is the reason you’re hiring them and they’ll clear the schedule so it can get done properly. This doesn’t mean you have to stand over them and supervise. In fact, once you sort out the fee you can go about the rest of your day while they finish the task.
As for that fee, it will be a price that is based on how much room all those pieces are going to take up on the truck. Once dismantled, you might discover the trampoline hardly takes up any space. That means you’ll be paying a fee that is on the low end of the price scale.
The Junk King crew can also let you know if there will be room on the truck for anything else you want to get rid of. This is a perfect opportunity to clear out your entire yard and home of all those things that have been replaced or outgrown. You won’t have to wait to wait long to get rid of your trampoline. One session with Junk King Orlando takes care of it.
Surprising your kids with a backyard trampoline will certainly make you a cool parent. But you also have to be a responsible parent. A trampoline is a lot like a swimming pool in that it needs plenty of adult supervision to make sure there aren’t any accidents. The following backyard trampoline safety tips are a good thing to put into practice before the jumping starts.
Place On Shock Observing Ground
The worst place you could put a trampoline is on a concrete patio or driveway. You always have to assume the worst and that would be someone bouncing off and landing on the ground. This is why you should put your trampoline on a shock absorbing surface like a grass lawn or mulch.
Keep the Trampoline Clear Of Debris
Just as you would skim your pool to remove leaves and other debris before swimming, you also want to check your trampoline. The mat should be clean and dry. Be on the lookout for overnight dew. The area around the trampoline should also be clear of chairs and toys by at least 10 feet. Finally, you want to check underneath the trampoline to make sure nothing has landed there for the last play session.
Add Padding and a Net
Not every trampoline comes with padding and a safety net but these are features you should definitely add. The padding goes on top of the springs around the entire trampoline. The netting goes around the perimeter as well and keeps the jumpers from spilling out. Two great features every trampoline owner should incorporate.
Don’t Allow Stunts
Left on their own, kids will definitely push that trampoline to the limit. That could mean moving it to bounce into a pool or attempting some other wild stunt. This should be discouraged on all levels. It only takes one missed footing for injury to occur.
Replace If Worn Out
If the trampoline has become worn out or the springs have gotten rusty, then you might want to replace the entire unit. That might seem like a daunting task to do on your own but it is easy if you hire a company like Junk King Orlando. These are the junk removal specialists who excel at removing oversized items like a trampoline. They’ll be able to take it apart and load it onto the truck in no time at all. The same can be said with the rest of your unwanted yard debris or household clutter.
The best kind of fun you can have on a backyard trampoline is safe fun.