BeyondNice receives calls daily from customers who are nervous about measuring the rounded corners for their cover order. We will cover this topic in such great detail, you will be more confident in your measurement when you go back to measure the rounded corner of your spa.
BeyondNice regularly gets calls in which the client will want to simply order their hot tub cover by the make and/or model of their hot tub or spa. This makes ordering your cover so much easier! BeyondNice has a database of dimensions by spa manufacturer, model and year. It is very easy to quickly use our search function and type in exactly what you need.
BeyondNice offers a variety of cover options, everything from walk-on covers, foam covers and even soft covers. So you may ask yourself? Can I get a soft cover for my spa? When should someone order a soft cover?
When ordering a hot tub cover the foam pound or density is related to the strength of the cover. BeyondNice offers three different strengths of foam for our standard covers. 1.0#, 1.5# and 2# foam are the options you will find when ordering your cover. The one pound foam is the standard foam included with the cover. The 1.5# and the 2# foam options are upgrades, and very important ones to consider when ordering.
Hot tubs are a wonderful tool, especially if you’re looking for ways to relax, manage health or simply provide a fun hangout atmosphere for friends and family. But they also come with safety risks, especially if you have a young family that might not understand the dangers inherent in owning a tub. Always make sure to follow these rules to avoid potentially risky situations.
Your hot tub cover is an important part of your spa’s retinue, and it can last for several years if properly cared for. In addition to cleaning it off and treating it with protective products, there are several tips for everyday use that you should follow without fail in order to extend its life as long as possible.
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.