A hard spa cover can be installed to prevent insects, dirt, dust and other similar elements from the environment or surroundings from entering the water. It will also protect against bad weather and help retain heat in the tub.
Step 1 – Get Measures
Use the meter to get the correct size of the spa. If it is rectangular, get measurements on the width and length. For circular spas, take measurements indicating the diameter of the spa. Take care to get the right dimensions, add two to three inches to cover any errors. This is useful when shopping for equipment to use for your hard cover.
Step 2 – Get the necessary materials
Start by buying a rigid spa cover at a hardware store or spa dealer, taking into account the desired measurements. These materials are made from different substances such as plastic, which allows them to perform different functions. Choose one that effectively retains the heat of the spa, as it saves energy. Also ask questions about the weather resistance capabilities. Your blanket should extend slightly beyond the surface of the tub for optimal protection.
Purchase appropriate clips or fasteners from the hardware store. The size of the spa cover can be a good guide to determining the correct size of clips to get. For large roofing materials, obtain strong, bulky fasteners. These firmly secure the lid during use.
Step 3 – Install fasteners or fasteners
Place the fasteners on the exterior surface of the spa and secure them with the help of a hammer and any nails or other suggested material. For fasteners that require screws, use a screwdriver to secure them in place. Make sure there are enough clips along the perimeter of the hot tube. This allows the cover to stay in place easily even in high winds. It is important to align the clips so they can easily fit those attached to the hood.
Step 4 – Attach the lid
Once the fixings are fixed, it is easy to place the spa cover. Simply attach the fasteners found on the material to the corresponding parts that are already attached to the edges of the spa. Here's how to install a hot tube cover.