A trampoline is an equipment item made of a sturdy fabric sheet and is supported by springs and poles. It's a lot of fun to land and jump on it and usually, acrobats and gymnasts use it to exercise. Do you need help disassembling a trampoline before your move? Contact our Professional movers, who value and care for every item they transport.
Below listed are some necessary steps on how to disassemble a trampoline without stress.
PREPARE THE NECESSARY TOOLS
Fortunately disassembling a trampoline is an uncomplicated task if the right instructions are followed. It only takes the right tools and patience. If you recently purchased a trampoline the assembling kit may have included a set of tools to use. If you lack the necessary tools, you might as well buy them from a nearby mechanical store. You will require a screwdriver, a wrench, a spring puller, a power drill, and hand gloves.
TAKE PHOTOS OF THE ASSEMBLED TRAMPOLINE
Take a picture of the trampoline fully assembled before you disassemble it. After your move, you'll have a better idea of how to reassemble it to its original state.
REMOVE THE SAFETY PADDING
Most home trampolines have a single piece of safety padding that secures the springs beneath the padding to prevent accidents and also covers the trampoline's circular metal mold. Begin by untying the safety pad with gloves from one side and take over the entire trampoline until you reach the other end. Put the protective padding in a box and label it.
REMOVE THE SPRINGS
First, examine the number of springs and see if any of them are damaged or eroded. You need to be really careful while doing this as it involves the spring puller and sharp edges. Slide down the spring puller slowly under the hook of the spring and work your way away from the trampoline's center slipping it off the mainframe. Keep track of the damaged springs as well as the leftover springs in a box and label them.
PACK THE TRAMPOLINE MAT
Now that all of the difficult work has been completed, it’s an easier task to detach the rest of the trampoline. Before proceeding to the final step, the trampoline mat should be removed and neatly folded to avoid tears.
DISASSEMBLE THE FRAME
When you first purchased the trampoline, the parts must have been simple to put together now you simply have to reverse the process and pack them in boxes. Assess the rods and the screws that are attached to them. Remove the screws that are attached to the rods with a screwdriver or an electric drill and loosen the legs of the trampoline from the outer ring by pulling it away. Pile all of the trampoline's screws and legs into a cardboard box or a moving cloth and label them for future reference.
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