Build your own Hot Tub Cover
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*Hot Tub Cover wait times are currently longer than normal. Please expect up to an 8-12 week delay.
Once cover arrives to our warehouse, the customer must take delivery within 15 business days or storage fees may occur.
- Minimal water absorption
- Aluminum channel down the centre for additional strength
- Durable marine grade top vinyl with U.V. and mildew inhibitors
- Vinyl laminated bottom materials
- Safety latches
- Reinforced handles
- Full 3” skirt for improved heat retention
- Custom made in 21 attractive colours
Choosing the right cover for your hot tub is dependant on the cover taper you require. All our covers have a taper for snow, rain and debris to slide off.
A basic taper can be used in milder climates or for indoor hot tubs. Heat retention with a thinner hot tub cover can be more difficult in colder climates or outdoor tubs.
A good taper of 4"-3" is ideally used for hot tubs located under a deck or gazebo. With a good heat retention ability but not ideal for heavy snow or rain.
The 5"-4" cover can withstand heavy snow, rain or extremely cold conditions. This cover can hold the weight of an average person. If you have children or animals who might end up on your tub, a cover at least 5" is the ideal.
The best cover can retain the most amount of heat, even in the coldest of days and withstand the most amount of snow, even in the most mind-boggling amounts! A 6"-4" cover is sturdy enough to handle whatever mother nature throws at you.
Custom made to fit a variety of brands, models and sizes!
Why Replace Your Cover
Canadian winters are cold, and insulating your hot tub is essential to keeping operating costs low. Using an old hot tub cover can cost you money, but when should you upgrade to a new cover? If you wonder if it might be time to upgrade your cover, here are the absolute tell-tale signs that you should put your order in now.
Hot tub covers have a foam core that traps in warm air and provides insulation from the cold. However, hot tub covers become heavy when that foam core is water-logged, and this dramatically reduces the insulation effect. While the foam core is wrapped in a plastic vapour barrier, it breaks down over time. When water seeps in, it causes rapid heat loss because water conducts heat (away from your hot tub) 30x faster than air.
Your cover is designed to sit directly on top of the hot tub shell and create a seal to help hold heat in. Over time, as covers become misshapen, water pools on the top of one or both sides.