Each enclosure comes complete with our durable netting and also includes the steel poles, cushioning foam to go over the poles and green PVC sleeves to protect the foam from the weather. In addition the enclosure includes the clamps that attach the poles to the trampoline and caps on top of the poles.
Although on all trampoline enclosures the poles are positioned outside the frame pads, some manufacturers design the net to hang inside the pads, whilst others design the netting to hang outside the padding. Our enclosures come as standard with netting that hangs outside the padding.
As with all that we supply, our enclosures are of a premium quality. You may find cheaper trampoline enclosures on the market, but they will not be of the same quality. Our enclosures come direct from the factory so there is no middle-man mark-up and are as keenly priced as they can be. If you buy a cheaper alternative, the chances are that it will neither look as good or last as long.
The netting is one part of a trampoline enclosure that, especially with cheaper makes, can fail. Our netting is made of thick and durable polyester a material that is not harmed by damp British winters or strong sunlight.
Over the years manufactures have continually changed the number of legs that their trampolines have so make sure you order the right enclosure. The vast majority of 8ft trampolines will have 3 sets of legs, whilst with 10ft ones, there are both 3 and 4 leg variaties. On larger 12ft and 14ft trampolines, either 4 or 6 sets of legs are used.
So as well as measuring the overall diameter of your trampoline (from outer metal to outer metal) take note of how many sets of legs it has as you need to order the correct enclosure.
As well as selling complete enclosures we sell all the parts individually. The netting, steel poles, foam covering, PVC sleeves, caps for the tops of the poles and leg clamps are all available. We try to make our website as informative and easy to use as possible but selecting the right replacement trampoline parts can be confusing, especially with items such as enclosures and jump mats.
We aim to give a large amount of information against each product on our website, so please take the time to read the specification and check that it matches that of your trampoline. So as well as measuring the overall diameter of your trampoline (from outer metal to outer metal) take a note of how many sets of legs it has as you need to order the correct enclosure.
- The netting
- Steel enclosure poles
- Caps on top of the steel poles
- Protective foam to cover the poles
- PVC sleeves that go over the foam
- Clamps to attach the poles