Hot Tub Covers 



From order to Delivery is approx. 8 weeks 

Product Description:

All covers are manufactured from high quality grain effect material.

Protection is used for the heavy duty insulation board together with a flat aluminium bar which goes full width of both hinged sections.

All hard top covers are bespoke or standard specification to suit all makes and models of spas.
All hard top covers come complete with…

• Heavy duty zip
• Reinforced handles
• Skirt
• Steam pads
• Strap and quick release buckle

All covers now come fitted with child safety locks as standard.


Our insulating gasket design prevents heat loss where the two halves fold together.
When the cover is shut, the two halves seal automatically, which is critical to long-term energy savings.

Our five layers of internal reinforcement add strength where it's needed most. Our handles are made to be extremely strong. They are integrated into the spa cover with additional stitching, making them the strongest on the market.

Our sturdy hinge offers four layers of material, adding extra durability and strength to this high stress area.
Our covers have been tested with an automatic arm, which lifted the cover on and off more than 6000 times with no discernible wear to the hinge.

Our spa cover skirts are double stitched into the cover for strength, keeping heat in and dirt out.

Our skirt design enables this heat to escape, preventing heat damage and particles from entering the spa.

We install a 'non-corrosive steel 'C' channel on all of our spa covers. This provides strong support across the centre of the spa cover, giving extra support in areas that experience extreme weather.

Locking Safety Strap
Sturdier than the standard hardware, side release fasteners hold up better in extremely cold climates.
Along with great ease of use, it also locks for safety and includes two keys and screws to mount the hardware.

The zipper pull is neatly tucked away in it's own pocket. This not only protects the zipper, but is more attractive than an exposed zipper. We use YKK7 heavy duty nylon zippers that are corrosion resistant.

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Cover Care 

Caring For Your Spa Cover

A proper and diligent spa cover care routine can certainly be the difference between you needing to buy another
cover in 3-4 years instead of it lasting 5-7 years. Here are some tips to get the most out of your new spa cover
• Keep the cover clean. The vinyl needs to stay clean and conditioned. Use a mild detergent and water solution to
clean the vinyl portion of the cover at least twice per month.
• Use a moisturising product, such as 303 Protectant, at least once every two months. Do not use any product with
silicone in it. We have found that the use of these products tend to draw the moisture out of the vinyl, leaving it
susceptible to cracking.
• Wipe chemical residue from the underside of the cover every chance you get. These residues, if left on the cover,
start to break down the material causing it to become porous. Water vapour begins to penetrate the EPS core when
its protective layers become too porous.
• Maintain proper spa water chemistry. We cannot stress this enough. As your spa water chemistry is more
balanced, the vapours coming off the tub are less corrosive. Making the vapours less corrosive leads to the
protective layers of the cover to degrade more slowly, thus prolonging the life of your cover. Failing to maintain
proper water chemistry may void your warranty.
• Unzip the cover and clean just inside the zipper at least twice per year. Mildew has a tendency to build up here and
if you have not kept your sanitizer levels up you may develop this as a problem. Use a weak ammonia and water
• Remove the EPS cores and flip them over at least once per year. The cover is a protective layering system designed
to slow the EPS core absorption of water vapour. The corrosive vapours formed in your spa break down these layers
over time. By flipping the cores over, you start to work on the other side of the protective wrap on the core.
• Remove the cover for 20-30 minutes after shocking your spa water. As the shock is burning out the Chloromines
and Bromimines in your spa, highly corrosive vapours are released. Following this tip will protect your covers
materials from premature degradation.
• Completely remove the cover at least once per week to allow the water to drain out of it. Always completely
remove the cover while using your hot tub. We highly discourage the practice of only opening one half of the cover
while bathing in your spa.
• Use a floating thermal blanket in addition to the traditional hard-shell insulating cover. Floating covers, by bringing
a layer of insulation to water level, drastically cut down on evaporation. Evaporation is the primary delivery vehicle
for bringing the chemicals and contaminants to the cover. Cutting down evaporation reduces the amount of damage
done to the cover.

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