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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

The Cover Guy

For those of you who own hot tubs or spa I got some information for you. If you need a new or replacement Hot Tub Covers (standard size 4”-2” tapered, deluxe size 4”- 3” tapered, & extreme 5”-4” tapered) and Spa Covers (soft top tonneau spa cover width from 48” to 72” and length of 60” to 84”) the is here to help you with all your needs. They are specifically designed for harsh climates like ice, snow, and harsh rain. In warmer climates the cover cap is a great cover for protecting your tub and spa from sun damage and keeping debris out. The quality of materials and workmanship are second to none. Their easy to use hot tub cover building software will guarantee you a perfect fitting cover.

They also have spa cover lifter like the cover valet. The cover valet is high quality spa cover lifter. The locking shocks do all the work for you. Constructed with highest quality materials, simple to install, lift and stores hot tubs covers, just 6-8” clearance behind the tub or spa, powder coated steel with all zinc coated hardware and built to stand in harsh environments. Also check out the following cover lifter: The cover caddy hot tub spas cover lifter attaches to the side of your tub and you don’t need someone help to remove the hot tub or spa cover. Bottom mount cover lifter has a foot assistant and eliminates the need for expensive shocks. Hydraulic cover lifter lets you lift off your cover with 1 finger. And roller lifter makes it a snap to slide the cover on and off, you can use as a table and completely assembled it only requires screwdriver to mount.

Their company has the leading warranty with FREE delivery any where in the US and Canada. Free delivery has limited time, so check them out now.


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