You can replace the springs at the same time that you replace the trampoline's mat. Manufacturers who produce the mats can adjust your mat size to fit your trampoline with longer, durable springs. Upgrading your springs results in a much better trampoline that will be cheaper to maintain over its life.
Uneven tension on various trampoline components is a major consequence of having damaged springs on a trampoline. If all trampoline parts are not tensioned correctly it affects the entire trampoline. Damaged springs can cause your mat to tear because it pulls your mat in one direction more than other directions. It can also cause the perimeter hardware on the mat to loosen which eventually allows the hardware to come off of the mat completely. It is vital for a trampoline to have tight springs to provide a great, safe bounce.
Trampoline springs comes in different sizes from 3.3 inch to 10.25 inch. 7 inch spring is most common size and can be found easily and everywhere. You need to know that what size you should buy for your trampoline. For this, you have to remove your old spring and measure it. Do it with 3 to 5 springs because springs overstretched often. If you have purchased your trampoline from us then we can guide you with the correct replacement springs and mats for your particular trampoline.