Spa covers are the heart and soul of the spa. To be effective in maintaining the water temperature, the thickness of the cover makes all the difference.
Currently, Quick Spa Parts is offering 40% off on select spa covers.Find the perfect spa cover or replacement spa cover at www.QuickSpaParts.com.Quick Spa Parts spa covers are 100% marine-grade with a vinyl top and rated to withstand 1,500 hours of protection against harmful UV rays to prevent cracking, splitting or fading. Cal Spas covers feature mildew inhibitors to ensure the cleanliness and sanitation of your hot tub.
How do you choose the perfect spa cover for your spa? Here’s a helpful guide:
Choosing Your Spa Cover Size
Choose the dimensions you would like for your spa cover based on the actual dimensions of your spa. Be sure to add up to 1-inch on both the length and width of your spa’s dimensions. This will give you a 1/2″ of play all around your spa cover.
Choosing Your Spa Cover Color
Choose the spa cover color that best fits your spa cabinet and backyard landscape.
Choosing Your Spa Cover Type
All Quick Spa Parts
spa covers feature a unique tapered design, which maximizes heat retention, lowers operating costs and protects your spa from damaging condensation and elements.
Choose from three tapered spa covers:
The Deluxe Spa Cover is designed with a tapered height, angling downward from five inches in the center to three inches on the sides to drive off rain and prevent precipitation from pooling. Filled with 2 lb. foam.
The Standard Spa Cover is designed with a tapered height, angling downward from four inches in the center to two-and-a-half inches on the sides to drive off rain and prevent precipitation from pooling. Filled with 2 lb. foam.
The Basic Spa Cover is designed with a tapered height, angling downward from four inches in the center to two-and-a-half inches on the sides to drive off rain and prevent precipitation from pooling. Filled with 1.5 lb. foam.
Shop now and save big on spa covers from Quick Spa Parts, now until February 28, 2015. Visit www.QuickSpaParts.com for more information.
I have recently changed my spa cover due to the damage from excessive chlorine level in water. This is the second time I have been changing the cover and this time, the cover bought from Buy Direct Spa covers in Ontario. They mentioned some tips to maintain the cover and never go for a cheap cover which will lose the money you spent on the cover. I hadn’t any idea before purchasing the cover so I went a lot of articles to make sure whether I buy the right one or not. While browsing, I found this site, it will be appreciable if you add more information about choosing and maintaining the spa covers from damaging and water clogged.
Interesting point, George! Spa covers do vary in quality depending on the material and insulation. Unfortunately, over time and due to normal wear and tear spa covers will need to be replaced every 5 years or so, or more if maintained in great condition. I will work on an information piece about maintaining and choosing the right spa cover. Cheers!