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The expression “beauty is only skin deep” does not apply to our hot tub covers.

Not only do our covers come in ten rich colors but, each one is built with the highest quality materials available, and have passed the most stringent of safety and quality standards testing.

Every cover exceeds ASTM standard, and are UL listed.

(This means that what we say, is really in the cover!)

Our covers all feature 4 lockable child safety tie downs for security. We only use HIGH density virgin foam, which can withstand heavy loads including harsh snowfalls, children, and animals*.

Stitching is all reinforced with over 20 pits of internal reinforcement at high stress and possible problem area. We only use the highest marine grade vinyl and sippers with UV & mildew inhibitors to keep its beauty through all seasons.

All of our covers feature the “North West Taper”. This is a 4″-2″ taper which allows rain, ice and snow runoff. We use a steel reinforcement spine down the center for added strength. All foam is plastic sealed to prevent water entrapment.

Available Upgrades:

5″-3″ Taper
Double Protective Core Wrap
Continuous Energy Hinge

All IN-STOCK Covers
$345.00!!!

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Hot Tub Cover Order Inquiry

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  • Measuring the Sides: Length and width measurements are in inches, rounded up to the nearest inch. (Radius and cut corner measurements are rounded down). A spa cover that is a little larger than the acrylic spa shell will fit well, but a cover that is too small will be tight or may not fit at all. Dimensions are usually best taken from the spa (NOT the old cover). We make covers up to a maximum of 96" length or width. Sorry, we do not make covers for spas with obstructions or features requiring cutouts, hoods or flaps.
    NOTE: For square corners enter zero (0) for the C (radius) measurement.

    Measuring the Radius: The radius is the spa’s rounded corners. Easiest way to measure is to place a carpenter's square on the outside corner of spa. The distance between the square's inside corner and the point where it touches the spa’s corner is the radius. The example shows a corner with a radius of 5”. Fractions of an inch should be rounded down with radius's, this assures a good fit.
    NOTE: If you don’t have a carpenter’s square, you can alternately use a tape measure and straight edge using the same technique.