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.
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.
Often we receive calls from our clients on how to clean their new covers. We have some helpful tips on how to maintain the cover and care for your spa cover. Proper maintenance and care of your new hot tub cover will help it last longer.
Are you planning a move and want to take your hot tub with you? Have you found a great used hot tub and need to move it to your backyard? Don’t injure yourself or damage your hot tub. We Pros recommend a few tips that help you safely move your spa, equipment and hot tub cover.
A hot tub should be placed in the right location to ensure privacy and long term use. If you're planning to have one in your backyard, take these considerations to heart to pick the right site for your hot tub.
You don’t have to be Michael Phelps to enjoy swimming. It’s a lot of fun and is a great way to stay fit. In fact, exercise for an hour three to four times a week, and you could see your blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes risk decrease. But do you have money and space to install and maintain an in ground pool? If not, buy a swim spa.
When you buy a hot tub, you can’t wait to get it home and hook it up. But the warranty offers can be confusing. Are they worth the money or not? We Pros offer several key considerations that help you decide if a warranty is right for you.
What do you do when your outdoor space is too small for a hot tub or if you want privacy when using your spa? Put it indoors. But before you get all excited about having a hot tub inside your house, think through a few practical steps that ensure your home and your health stay protected.