The best hot tub hot tub insulation cover heat and lowers energy costs, making this an essential part of any spa. However, finding a cover that fits well requires exact measurements and is often a custom-built piece. Using the wrong information can lead to an ill-fitting cover that doesn’t retain heat or is too difficult to take on and off.
Robinson recommends buying a hot tub from a manufacturer that offers its own covers, which can be customized for a perfect fit. If that’s not possible, he says to “find one made by a company with a long track record and a good business model.” There are many small companies that produce promising covers but may not be around to honor the warranties.
Preserving Warmth: The Role and Benefits of Hot Tub Insulation Covers
This top pick uses a high-density insulating foam that’s surrounded by a durable vinyl. It also has multiple pull tabs around the cover and a strong, double-woven polyethylene sheet that keeps out dirt, insects and debris. The cover comes with a convenient carry bag that makes it easy to store when not in use.
MySpaCover’s ordering process allows buyers to customize their covers, with options for shape, color and skirt/strap length. The cost will vary based on the customized specifications, but the energy savings and seven-year warranty are worth it. Buyers can choose between four material collections, each with various extra elements (like a drawcord hem or water-resistant zipper) that increase the price. The lowest price, Classic, does not include a vapor wrap, while the Elite, Ultima and Prestige collections do.