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Who Offers the Best Trampoline Warranty? | A Full Comparison

Discover the best trampoline warranties with Springfree's expert comparison. Learn why warranties matter and how to choose the right one for your needs! 

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Who Offers the Best Trampoline Warranty? | A Full Comparison

Trampoline warranties can be difficult to understand and, at times, deceiving. 

Undoubtedly, they are a crucial part of buying a trampoline.   

But many people don’t know what to look for or how to navigate the fine print.   

That’s why we will use our expertise at Springfree Trampoline to give you a true analysis of warranties. This will include:  

  • A ranking of the best trampoline warranties in the industry. 
  • Why trampoline warranties are important. 
  • How warranties work, including how to file a claim.  

Top 11 Best Trampoline Warranties   

Let’s first look at our list of the best trampoline warranties by backyard trampoline brand.  

This is in order of the quality of the warranty, including duration and what parts are covered.  

We are including the standard warranties for most brands’ trampolines.   

Some brands may offer different warranty coverage on certain specialty trampolines.   

Make sure to stick around after the List for detailed insights on why warranties are important and how they work!  

1. Springfree Trampoline  

Length: 10 years on all parts.  

Coverage Details: Cover manufacturer defects in material and workmanship. 

For more info on the Springfree Trampoline warranty, read through our blog – Springfree Trampoline Warranty: Everything You Need to Know  

2. JumpSport AlleyOOP   

Length:   

  • 10 years on the mat 
  • 5 years on the springs. 
  • 10 years on the net. 
  • Lifetime on the frame and net poles. 
  • 5 years on the padding. 

(Offer a Fail-Safe Guarantee that extends the warranty on the net and mat if you purchased from their website. The warranty extension length depends on the model.)  

Coverage Details: Defects in material/workmanship.    

3. ACON  

Length:   

  • 5 years on the mat. 
  • 5 years on the springs.  
  • 1 year on the net and net poles.  
  • 10 years on the frame.  
  • 2 years on the padding.  

Coverage Details: Defects in material/workmanship under normal use and conditions.  

4. Jumpflex  

Length:   

  • 5 years on the mat. 
  • 5 years on the springs. 
  • 1 year on the net, net poles and padding.  
  • 10 years on the frame.   

(They offer lifetime warranty coverage for $99 on the frame, mat, springs, spring padding and net).   

Coverage Details: Covers any fault, defect or failure in the manufacturing process.   

5. Vuly Thunder Trampolines  

Length:   

  • 5 years on the mat. 
  • 1 year on the springs, net, net poles and padding. 
  • 10 years on the frame. 

(Can purchase an extended 3-year warranty for the net, net poles and padding for $249 on the Thunder models).  

Coverage Details: Manufacturing faults/defects.  

6. Zupapa 

Length:   

  • 2 years on the mat, net, springs and padding. 
  • 10 years on the frame. 

Coverage Details: Defective parts.  

7. BouncePro   

Length:   

  • 3 years on the mat.  
  • 1 year on the spring padding, net and foam pads. 
  • 7 years on the frame.  

Coverage Details: Defects in material/workmanship under “normal use and service conditions”, according to their website.  

8. Skywalker   

Length:   

  • 1 year on the mat, springs, net, net poles and padding 
  • 3 years on the frame.  

Coverage Details: Covers normal wear and tear and manufacturer defects.   

9. Jumpzylla 

Length: 1-year warranty for all parts.  

(Can buy the extended warranty for $50 to cover the trampoline for 2 years. They also offer natural disaster warranties).   

Coverage Details: Damaged parts. 

10. JumpKing  

Length:   

  • 90 days on the net, enclosure frame, springs and all other parts. 
  • 6 months on the frame padding.   
  • 1 year on the frame and mat.  

Coverage Details: Defects in material/workmanship.    

11. Propel  

Length:  

  • 1 year for the frame and springs.  
  • 90 days for all other parts. 

Coverage Details: Defects in material/workmanship. 

Why Are Trampoline Warranties So Important?  

Now that you have seen the List, let’s back up and discuss what a trampoline warranty is and why it’s important.  

A trampoline warranty is a pledge by the manufacturer that they will repair or replace faulty parts for a specific period after purchase. Think of it like the warranty on your car.  

Warranties are important for a few reasons:   

  • They authenticate the quality of the product. Warranty = a manufacturer’s confidence in their product. 
  • They protect you financially from defects or failure in the manufacturing process.  
  • They provide a strong signal of a brand’s reputation for providing high-caliber products and services.  

If you’re looking for a long-lasting trampoline, warranties are VERY important.  

Trampoline warranty lengths typically hint at how long the product will last before needing replacement parts.   

Replacement part costs can add up quickly, potentially up to $1,000 or more.  

Replacing trampoline parts can also be tedious and time-consuming. 

For some, it could require professional assistance, adding to the total cost of repairs.  

If you buy a high-quality trampoline, it should come with at least a 5–10-year warranty on major components.   

See the graphic below for features of a Springfree Trampoline, which comes with a 10-year warranty on all parts – the only company to offer this:   

Springfree Trampoline safety features.

How Trampoline Warranties Work  

Trampoline warranties work by manufacturers, or trampoline brands, outlining the length and coverage details of their trampoline.   

For trampolines with warranties, the parts covered usually include the frame, mat, springs (or rods on springless trampolines), enclosure net, padding and poles.   

As you saw on our Best Trampoline Warranty List, the length and coverage details differ dramatically depending on the trampoline manufacturer.   

And some manufacturers will overstate the quality of their warranties.  

That might say “10-year” or “lifetime” warranty on their website, but it will only be for a certain part of the trampoline (like the frame).  

Tip: Always read the fine print before buying. Look for the coverage duration on each part of the trampoline. You should be able to find it on the manufacturer’s website.  

Most trampoline warranties only cover manufacturer defects in materials or workmanship.   

They usually DO NOT include things like general wear and tear, damage by improper use or inclement weather and poor installation. Some exceptions may apply.   

Brands may require or encourage you to register your warranty after purchase. 

This may include providing your name and address, a purchase receipt and the trampoline model/serial number.   

How to File a Trampoline Warranty Claim  

So, what happens if you buy a trampoline, and it comes with a faulty part?   

This is where you will want to start a warranty claim process.  

In a warranty claim, you will detail the issue with your trampoline, possibly providing pictures of the damage.   

It will look different depending on the brand, but an example of the Springfree Trampoline warranty claim process (courtesy of our website) is below:  

  • Step 1: Submit Warranty Claim (this involves filling out a form) 
  • Step 2: Provide Additional Documentation (if required) 
  • Step 3: Warranty Claim Reviewed by Springfree Team 
  • Step 4: Final Claim Results to Customer  
A little girl in a yellow shirt jumping on a Springfree Trampoline.

Depending on the nature of the warranty claim, the manufacturer may provide a replacement part and/or repair the damage at no cost (shipping costs may apply).   

Always check with the brand or manufacturer of your trampoline for warranty claims.   

How to Choose the Best Trampoline for You  

When searching for a trampoline, finding the best warranty is a big deal. 

Not only will it hint at the quality of the product, but it will offer certain protections for your purchase.  

However, warranties aren’t the only consideration for buying a trampoline.   

There are 9 major factors you need to check off your list before you can 100% say that you found the right trampoline for your family. They include an analysis on: 

  • The different types of trampolines. 
  • How to find the right trampoline size. 
  • Trampoline safety/quality/durability. 
  • Unheralded factors like accessories, installation and maintenance. 
  • Budget considerations. 
  • Where you should buy a trampoline, including a list of the best trampoline brands.  

We compiled all of them together in a comprehensive Buying Guide, crafted by experts with decades of trampoline experience.  

Download our Trampoline Buying Guide and avoid that awful feeling of buyer’s remorse!  

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