Standard – Colder Climate Hot Tub Cover – Blue Ribbon Covers

Standard – Colder Climate Hot Tub Cover

Blue Ribbon’s Standard Hot Tub cover is our most popular cover due to its’ tremendous durability at the most affordable price. This hot tub cover features a solid thickness of 5”, tapering down to 3” for easy water run-off in the Spring and Fall. The cover also comes with an option to upgrade to 2LB density foam for top-of-the-line insulation and can handle colder climates. To help these covers remain durable we’ve added the industry standard 4 mil vapour barrier for lasting protection against water evaporation. All our hot tub covers are offered in a variety of 27 oz. marine grade vinyl colours and in different shapes and sizes too! Upgrades available include Double Wrap Vapour Barrier for the Foam Cores, Full Length of fold Steam Stopper and Reflective underside to name a few.

$399.00 $359.00

How long will it take to get my hot tub cover?

Manufacture typically takes 2 weeks and delivery 1-5 days. See our FAQ for more.

  • *Select Colour

    We use only tested and proven material in our hot tub and spa covers. Our standard marine grade vinyl is a 27oz virgin material that contains UV stabilized pigments and has mold and mildew inhibitors and is Antimicrobial treated.

    *Select Shape

    Please select the shape of your hot tub or spa cover below. Note that some shapes differ only by their fold and that although some of the aspect ratios illustrated below may not match your overall shape, specific measurements will be entered in the following screens to describe the exact dimensions of your cover.

    Measuring Your Cover for the Perfect Fit

    Please carefully measure your dimensions in inches and enter them below.  Overall length or width of cover may not exceed 96 inches. It is recommended that you measure your actual hot tub first, you can compare these measurements to the existing cover later. Measure your hot tub from the farthest outside edge to the farthest outside edge.

    How to measure

    Round Measurements

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

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    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Square/Rectangular

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

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    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Measuring the Radius Corner

    The radius corner measurement should be taken directly from the corner of your spa, not the existing cover. The best way to get an accurate measurement is to use a carpenter’s square. If you don’t have one, that’s ok. Two rulers will work as well. Align both edges to the corner of your spa. The point where the curve begins back to the inside corner of the square will be your radius measurement. See diagram.

    If you need further assistance you may want to try using our Radius Corner Measurement Sheet. The smaller the radius the more square the corner is. If you are unsure of the measurement, always go with the smaller one. A larger one will not fit properly on the spa and will not do its job.

    Corner Radius

    Rounded Rectangle

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

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    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Measuring the Radius Corner

    The radius corner measurement should be taken directly from the corner of your spa, not the existing cover. The best way to get an accurate measurement is to use a carpenter’s square. If you don’t have one, that’s ok. Two rulers will work as well. Align both edges to the corner of your spa. The point where the curve begins back to the inside corner of the square will be your radius measurement. See diagram.

    If you need further assistance you may want to try using our Radius Corner Measurement Sheet. The smaller the radius the more square the corner is. If you are unsure of the measurement, always go with the smaller one. A larger one will not fit properly on the spa and will not do its job.

    Corner Radius

    One Cut Corner - A

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

    • $

    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Measuring the Radius Corner

    The radius corner measurement should be taken directly from the corner of your spa, not the existing cover. The best way to get an accurate measurement is to use a carpenter’s square. If you don’t have one, that’s ok. Two rulers will work as well. Align both edges to the corner of your spa. The point where the curve begins back to the inside corner of the square will be your radius measurement. See diagram.

    If you need further assistance you may want to try using our Radius Corner Measurement Sheet. The smaller the radius the more square the corner is. If you are unsure of the measurement, always go with the smaller one. A larger one will not fit properly on the spa and will not do its job.

    Corner Radius

    One Cut Corner - B

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

    • $

    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Cut Corner or Octagon

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

    • $

    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Measuring the Radius Corner

    The radius corner measurement should be taken directly from the corner of your spa, not the existing cover. The best way to get an accurate measurement is to use a carpenter’s square. If you don’t have one, that’s ok. Two rulers will work as well. Align both edges to the corner of your spa. The point where the curve begins back to the inside corner of the square will be your radius measurement. See diagram.

    If you need further assistance you may want to try using our Radius Corner Measurement Sheet. The smaller the radius the more square the corner is. If you are unsure of the measurement, always go with the smaller one. A larger one will not fit properly on the spa and will not do its job.

    Corner Radius

    Two Corners Cut - A

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

    • $

    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

    Measuring the Radius Corner

    The radius corner measurement should be taken directly from the corner of your spa, not the existing cover. The best way to get an accurate measurement is to use a carpenter’s square. If you don’t have one, that’s ok. Two rulers will work as well. Align both edges to the corner of your spa. The point where the curve begins back to the inside corner of the square will be your radius measurement. See diagram.

    If you need further assistance you may want to try using our Radius Corner Measurement Sheet. The smaller the radius the more square the corner is. If you are unsure of the measurement, always go with the smaller one. A larger one will not fit properly on the spa and will not do its job.

    Corner Radius

    Two Corners Cut - B

    Measurements

    Skirt/Flap Length

    • $

    Enter special notes about these measurements here.

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