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What is an average lifespan of a hot tub cover?

A hot tub cover's lifespan can vary depending on a number of variables, including the cover's quality, how often it is used, how much sunlight and harsh weather it is exposed to, and how well it is maintained. A well-made hot tub cover may typically last between 3 and 7 years with the right upkeep. The longevity of the cover, however, may be shortened if it is made of shoddy materials or is exposed to adverse weather. Hot tub covers should be periodically cleaned and maintained, kept out of direct sunlight for extended periods of time, and shielded from inclement weather...

What color vinyls are available?

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How important is my hot tub cover for energy savings?

Many people make the mistake of replacing their spa cover years after it should be done- when it is literally falling apart. Once a spa cover begins absorbing water in the core (and is heavier than it should be!) you will lose heat retention, thus spending more money to heat your spa. Our top rated insulation has proven to save up to $80 / year in electricity costs vs. old covers.

Can hot tub covers melt?

Our Spa Cover foam cores are made from expanded polystyrene, or EPS. EPS is a tough and rigid closed-cell foam. This is important as the closed-cell foam retards water absorption and helps the spa cover live its longest possible life.Foam density not only plays a large roll in the overall insulating ability, but also in the longevity of the spa cover foam core. Increasing the foam density is the primary component that determines the cover strength and how much water / melting snow it can hold before it cracks or breaks. When something is placed on top of a spa...

Why do hot tub covers go bad?

The primary reason a hot tub cover goes bad is water absorption into the insulation core. This happens for two reasons: Low Quality Materials and Poor Chemical Care. Many spa covers sold on the internet utilize a “mesh bottom” which is a cheap material that allows for water absorption over time. MySpaCover utilizes a 11oz PVC Coated Poly for maximum insulation protection. We also utilize a 6mil plastic wrap vapor sealed to the insulation core. Our competition uses a 2 mil wrap and often is sealed just using tape, allowing water to enter the insulation.

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