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Question DetailsAsked on 2/25/2014

need one or two people to assemble large trampoline in backyard of our Greenbrae, CA house. pls advise, thank you

we have a photo of it from last summer so you can get the size of it.

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You say "we" have a photos of it - I have never seen a tramp that took more than 2 people to assemble, so you can't do it ?

Got a couple of friends up for some pizza and beer followed by the trampoline tryout ? Should only take an hour or so.

Commercially, a handyman certainly, or a one-man general contractor type or one man carpenter ? Would help if you have the instructions (download from manufacturer website ?), and of course make sure you have all the parts and fasteners so assembly does not come to a screeching halt halfway through.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD


Pizza and a soda (pretty face for a girlfriend doesn't hurt either) have gotten me and some buddies to move much more stuff and equivalent labor than assembling a trampoline.

They are all modular and straight forward. Should be easy enough with a couple of friends.

Answered 6 years ago by WoWHomeSolutions


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Thanks so much!

Answered 6 years ago by KielH


One other thought on this, having helped a couple of neighbors do theirs:

One or two people can do it easily if you have a lawn chair, swing set, or knock together some 2x4's as a sawhorse at about the right height (build up with lawn or deck swing or chaise cushions as needed) to hold up one partly assembled end while you assemble the rest of the ring.

The only place I think you would absolutely have to have two people is probably putting up the perimeter safety netting, if it has that.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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