How To Measure

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Step 3:  Measuring your current spa cover or spa
 

It is always better to make the cover size a little bit bigger than your spa when measuring. If you make a mistake, and measure too small, the cover will not fit properly, will not sit flat and will not hold the heat in.

Click on the shape of your spa

Square with radius corners

Rectangle with radius

Rectangle

Circular

Square

Octgonal
(All Sides the same)

Octgonal
(Some Sides Different)

Square with cut corners

Square with one cut corner

Square with 2 cut corners

Square with 3 cut corners

Square with 2 cut corners and 2 radius

Rectangle with cut corners

All Covers come with Tie Downs and locks that can either be attached to the wood spa cabinet or be screwed to a deck.

 

The distance between the corner of the carpenter's square and the place where it touches the spa (A) equals the radius. The measurement for (B) should be exactly the same.

Measuring a Radius (round corner)

Measuring a radius is not that difficult once you know how (See figure below). The key is to NOT make it too big, this is just the opposite of measuring your spa cover. If you measure the radius too big, it WILL NOT cover the radius corner (See figure below). However, if you measure it too small, it will be just fine. It may hang over a little but there will not be a noticeable difference. When in doubt,take the smaller measurement.

 

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