Benefits of spa covers

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Town & Country Pool Builders explain spa cover benefits

Whether you use your spa year round or if you enjoy it more frequently in the winter or cooler months, the swimming pool contractors from Town & Country Pool Builders explain that having a cover — and being diligent in the use of the spa cover has many benefits. Having access to a  spa and being able to use it when the cold weather has set in and you have a chill in your bones, means you will want to do what you can to protect it from the elements.

Here are some of the many benefits that using a hot tub brings with it:

  • These covers help prevent evaporation. This can save you both money on water and on chemicals.  It’s easier to maintain the correct chemical balances if the water has not evaporated.
  • A spa cover will also prevent the heat from the water from escaping. If you keep the spa water warm you will find it’s quicker to heat it up to soaking temperatures. You will also not be allowing the heat to simply escape into the atmosphere.
  • Using a spa cover means that dirt and debris will stay out of the spa. This will cut back on cleaning and maintenance. 

If you have children or pets in the house you may want to look into a safety or a walk on spa cover. Standard spa covers appear sturdy but may not support the weight of a child or a pet. You will want to make certain the area is fenced but using a safety cover is an additional layer of safety for those with pets or children.

These walk on covers are also ideal for spa owners who live in areas that are prone to snowfall as the cover will keep the snow from falling in. A standard cover may not be sturdy enough to do this.

Talk with us to find out the ideal cover for your particular needs and to make certain you have a cover that fits snugly to keep your spa protected.



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