Hot tub owners know they must replace their hot tub covers every 5 years or so, as soon as signs of wear and tear occur. These signs can include breaking, cracking, bending, losing heat or retaining water. When it comes time to measure for a new one, though, the task can seem intimidating. Never fear! We here at The Pros will talk you through it one of the measurement challenges: the skirt.
BeyondNice often receives calls from clients who have received their beautiful new cover and want to know what to put on the vinyl to protect it from the damaging sun and freezing weather. We also receive calls from clients who have an old cover that has failed from the vinyl getting ruined from the sun or other harsh climate conditions. Is there anything you can do to help protect the vinyl from these conditions, to keep it healthy so it does not crack? Well, the answer is yes!
BeyondNice is frequently asked about the purpose of that flap, or what is also called the skirt on a hot tub cover. The flap or skirt’s purpose it to protect the outer acrylic layer of the spa or hot tub from any weather damage. The skirt works as a protective flap helping to prevent damage from sun and other harsh weather elements to the acrylic outer lip of the tub, such as snow and ice.
Many clients calling BeyondNice when ordering their new spa covers inquire about cover lifters or cover removal systems. Cover lifters can be a wonderful accessory to your hot tub and can add ease of use by creating a place for your cover to rest as well as help with lifting off the cover. Lifters make getting into and out of your spa very simple and reduce the effort to almost nothing. This is a great reason to order a cover lifter!
Clients that are looking for a new covers frequently ask about our under lining and how it is made. They want to know why we use the mesh and not the solid under lining material that a lot of other manufacturer’s use with the weep holes or grommets that allow the water to run out of the cover.
As we all know, the average age of Americans continues to drift toward the elderly. It is very, very important as we age, to continue regular exercise to maintain healthy bodies. Along with continuing to feel strong and full of energy, consistently performing light to mild exercise has many other helpful benefits as well. This post will cover six reasons why swimming is a wonderful activity for seniors, and many of these can be achieved in a hot tub or spa.
Are you thinking about buying a hot tub? Used models cost less than new ones, but you need to know what you’re getting into before you turn over your hard earned money. We at the Pros recommend you follow this checklist before you bring home a used hot tub.
Are you too busy to enjoy your hot tub? Most people rush through their day and barely have time to connect with loved ones let alone enjoy a therapeutic soak in the hot tub. We Pros think you must prioritize hot tub time and here’s why.
You’re sitting in your hot tub relaxing, and it hits you. Your backyard needs something. Maybe more plants, a trellis or something that makes it pop. We Pros know you’re on a budget, but you can spruce up your backyard oasis with three simple tips.