The 9 Best Hot Tub Covers

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This wiki has been updated 19 times since it was first published in February of 2019. Adding a hot tub to your home is a surefire way to make it feel like your own personal spa, but if you want to protect your investment and keep it operating in optimal condition, you’ll need a cover. Our list features both hard and soft units capable of holding in heat, withstanding harsh weather, and preventing water loss through evaporation. You’ll find options for myriad sizes and budgets, too. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. The Cover Guy Deluxe

2. Prestige Spa Brown

3. MySpaCover Replacement

Editor's Notes

February 13, 2019:

The best hot tub cover for you depends on where you live, the level of protection you require, and whether your spa is situated inside your home or outdoors. For users who are still using their factory covers, we listed items like the Classic Accessories Ravenna, CoverMates Elite, and CoverMates Round to prolong its life. Our top four choices are for those who are due for a replacement, and we placed The Cover Guy Upgrade at the number one spot due to its smart design and durability. We prioritized units with thoughtful features, warranties, and positive feedback. Threw in the BeyondNice Heavy for consumers with in-ground spas.

4. The Cover Guy Standard

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5. CoverMates Round

6. CoverMates Elite

7. BeyondNice Heavy

8. Classic Accessories Ravenna

9. Sun2Solar 1600 Series

Gia Vescovi-Chiordi
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