Custom Trampoline Safety Pads

Custom Trampoline Safety Pads

Adams Enterprise Trampoline Services offers custom trampoline safety pads for your backyard trampoline. If you want just enough to cover the springs or extra padding for a super coverage we can help.

Replacement Trampoline Mats

A trampoline mat is the black part people jump on and attaches to the springs. All of our trampoline mats are made to order and usually ship in a day or two. Trampoline mats come in many sizes with various ring counts. If you are unsure what size to order just give us a call at 800-753-5378.

How to Measure for a New Mat

Round Trampoline Frames

Think of your frame as a clock. Starting at the outside of the frame at 12:00 measure directly across to the outside of the frame at 6:00. Next measure from 2:00 to 8:00, 3:00 to 9:00 and 5:00 to 11:00. Take notes on each measurement and don’t worry if they are off by an inch or so; this is normal and why we ask for several measurements.

After taking measurements we will then need to know how many spring holes are in your frame; 88, 96, 100, 104. The final measurement needed is the length of spring when not on the frame. Simply choose two or three springs that are tight and include the hook on each end as you measure. Some common spring sizes are 5 ½ inch, 7 inch, and 8 ½ inch.

Rectangle Trampoline Frames

When measuring for a rectangle trampoline mat simply hold the tape measure where the spring hangs on, this will be a metal loop or a hole drilled in the frame, and measure directly across to the opposite side. Measure the long side twice and the short side twice.  Next count how many springs are needed on the long side and short side of the mat or frame; common counts are 15/29, 17/33, or 19/37.

The final measurement is the length of spring when not on the frame. Simply choose two or three springs that are tight and include the hook at each end as you measure. Most rectangle trampolines have 8 ½ inch or 9 inch springs.

Octagon Trampoline Frames

When measuring for an octagon trampoline mat hold the tape measure where the spring hangs on, this will be a metal loop or a hole drilled in the frame, and measure directly across to the opposite side. Measure four times and then count how many springs go on each flat section and whether or not there is a spring home in the corners; common counts will be 80, 88, 96 and 104.

The final measurement is the length of spring when not on the frame. Simply choose two or three springs that are tight and include the hook at each end as you measure. Most octagon trampolines have 8 ½ inch or 9 inch springs.

Arena Mats

We not only custom make trampoline mats and safety pads for the backyard trampoline, but we specialize in arena mats and gymnastic tumble track mats. To get in touch, you can call our local number at 806-842-3221, text us at 806-577-5243, or use our toll free number 1-800-753-5378.  We look forward to working with you.

Sales Consulting

We can supply your arena mat needs.

Custom Safety Pads

We offers custom trampoline safety pads for your backyard trampoline. If you want just enough to cover the springs or extra padding for a super coverage we can help.

Trampolie Mat Repair

We can repair the stitching that comes undone on your exisiting trampoline mat.