A trampoline park can be an exciting and profitable venture. The profit is so substantial that trampoline park owners are expanding rapidly by opening new locations.
Although the technical details of building a trampoline park with different types of equipment can vary from vendor to vendor, the basic concepts are the same: design and production, installation, and opening. Although these four steps can take a little longer, they are still very valuable and offer a great experience.
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The "design phase" is the first step in building an indoor jumping center. This is when you work with the vendor to create a layout. The design phase generally lasts between a few days and three weeks. The vendor should be able to offer you a range of floor plans that will meet safety requirements while making the most of the space.
Any drawings or designs created for the trampoline park should be available to you, the customer. Experienced vendors should be able to provide 3D renderings as well as professional drawings using design software. The design phase should be completed until the customer is happy with the layout. Additionally, the vendor must guarantee that the customer meets all safety standards.
The production phase will start after the design phase has been completed. A deposit is often required for the production phase. This is where the trampoline park materials are made. Depending on the size and materials needed, the production stage can take anywhere from 4 to 12 weeks for most vendors.
After the production stage is complete, shipping arrangements will be made for the shipment of the trampoline park components to the facility. Once the components have been delivered, the installation will start.