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Are you buying a new hot tub cover each year? You probably don't have to. Check out these important tips before buying a new cover.

Are you buying a new hot tub cover each year? You probably don't have to. Check out these important tips before buying a new cover.


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  • 1. Tired of Replacing Broken Spa Covers?<br />We get a lot of inquiries from spa owners that are replacing their cover due to hail damage. Regular covers made of foam take a beating when hail or other inclement weather strikes. The foam core is stiff enough to form a bridge over the tub, but can't absorb much impact.<br />Branches, hail, snow, and other weighty objects from nature are enough to break the cover. As people who live in places frequented by hail know, anything outside is susceptible to damage. If you have been replacing covers because of this type of damage you have to ask yourself if there is some better way of covering your spa.<br />What are the options? To begin, you could purchase an aluminium cover. These are more expensive than traditional covers, but offer sturdy protection. Not to mention even the slightest wind would make it a very large destructive frisbee.<br />Another choice is the rolling cover. They are strong, and basically work like a deck cover that you roll on top of the spa. However, these types of covers often let small debris slip through. Although they are sturdy, they don't insulate your tub very well.<br />Then you could choose to go for a reinforced rigid foam cover. One of the latest developments in this area is to have the foam glued to a board for strength. This would of course handle all but the most devastating hail storm. Only two caveats on this type of spa cover, it still will fly in a wind storm and with the added mass it will do serious damage to anything it lands on and it will still eventually become saturated. Once they become too wet, it's a four person job to lift the cover.<br />No matter how damaging the storms that pass through your area are, we are sure our covers will survive quite a beating. We have seen our covers last a long time in the most extreme environments. Before you purchase a <a href=http://www.hottubcoverdepot.com>replacement hot tub cover</a>, make sure it will be one of the last ones you get, and not a cheap, inferior product that you'll regret buying.<br />