Rocchi's Pool & Spa Services

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Spa Cover Replacement

A spa cover is an essential spa accessory. Spa covers prevent dirt, rainwater, snow, debris, insects and animals from entering your spa. There are several other benefits to a spa cover.

  • Spa covers keep unwanted objects out and keep heat in. Something as simple as a few leaves or some twigs can quickly cause the chemical balances in your water to get out of balance. To avoid contamination by animals, leaves, twigs and dirt, make certain your spa cover fits properly and is not warped, torn or damaged. By preventing these items from entering your spa, you also reduce the amount of maintenance needed. 
  • Properly fitted spa covers provide superior protection and insulation. With custom spa covers, you'll have the best coverage for your spa. Spa covers insulate, conserving energy. 
  • Spa covers retain heat in the hot tub even when you are not using it so that you do not have to spend more money to heat your hot tub water. Energy savings is one of our primary goals when building a custom spa cover.

We offer 12 different colors of replacement spa covers. All spa covers are custom ordered/manufactured. (We do not stock them, as there are thousands of different sizes/color combinations available.)

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Brown Brown
Tan Tan
Almond Almond
Navy Navy
Blue Blue
Charcoal Charcoal
Gray Gray
Teal Teal
Hunter Green Hunter Green
Burgundy Burgundy
Black Black

When measuring the spa for a new spa cover, there is one important thing to remember:

We recommend that you measure from the outside of the acrylic shell. We will make the cover in one of two styles. The most popular style is to cover only the acrylic shell. (In some tubs, the acrylic shell comes out over the wood skirt.) In this case, you want to measure from the outside edge of the shell.

If the spa that resembles the diagram below, with a wood edge on the outside of the acrylic shell, and you would like the new lid to cover both the shell and the wood lip, MEASURE FROM THE OUTSIDE OF THE WOOD SKIRT.

There is no difference in spa cover performance either way. It is simply a preference.

Following is a list of measuring tips we hope will help you and your customer select the right size cover.


This is the height of the acrylic lip. This will determine the cover´s skirt length.


Width of wood lip of the cabinet
(not present on all tubs)


Outside dimension of the acrylic shell
(standard cover size)


Outside dimension of the wood cabinet. This is not the default style and must be specified when ordered. There is no extra charge for these covers.

D = C + (2 x B)


More measuring tips:

• Measure both the spa and the old cover, if possible. If they differ, use the measurement from the spa.

• Make sure the measurements are big enough. It is okay for the cover to be big. It still does its job. However, a cover too small will never do the job it is supposed to.

• Measure all sides of the spa. We have computation formulas to double check the dimensions. They work a lot better when we have all the dimensions.

• Measure the overall length and width of the spa.

• Always error on the side of adding surface area to the cover. Round overall dimensions up to the next whole number in inches. Round down any dimensions of cut corners or radius corners.

• Be careful when representing the dimensions on the order forms making sure that the desired hinge direction is drawn.

• For rounded corners, check out the picture to the right.

Above is an illustration of the best way to measure the radius. With a carpenter’s framing square, you need to “square” out the corner. What will result is the framing square representing where the corner would be if the corners were not rounded.

As illustrated above, after “squaring” out the corner, measure along the framing square the distance from the inverse midpoint (A) and the end beginning of the rounded corner (B).

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