Hot Tub & Spa Covers

East Coast Leisure is your choice for Virginia Beach hot tub dealers that provide you the best choice is spa and hot tub covers. Our hot tub covers come in a variety of color choices to match your home. We also offer many choices include hot tub covers that provide insulation to save cost on energy. All of our Spa Covers are produced in a highly automated manufacturing facility, manufactured using marine grade vinyl and energy efficient polystyrene inserts. Inserts are heat sealed with a poly vapor moisture barrier to protect against water absorption. UV inhibitors in both the vinyl and thread prevent premature aging of your spa cover, which all add up to a superior product!

The Standard CoverThe Deluxe Energy Saver CoverWalk on Cover
4" - 2" Taper
Foam Insulation
6" - 4" Taper
Foam Insulation
6" - 4" Taper with Fiberglass Shell
Foam Insulation
Up to 25% more energy efficient!Can easily hold the average weight of two adults!
5 Year Warranty5 Year Warranty5 Year Warranty
Make it a combo and add Cover EX with your order for $149 (save $50)Make it a combo and add Cover EX with your order for $149 (save $50)Make it a combo and add Cover Valet with your order for $199 (save $50)

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All Spa Covers are constructed with vinyl especially formulated for spa cover use.

  • Spa Hyde® Especially Formulated for Spa Covers
  • Fire retardant
  • Mildew and Chlorine Resistant
  • UV Stabilized For 1000 Hours On Weatherometer
  • Bottom Vinyl Is Chlorine and Bromine Resistant
  • 40F cold crack
  • Covers are sewn with 100% polyester thread
100% Nylon Zippers
Handles and Straps double “X” Stitched For Strength
4- Secure Locks With Key On Each Cover
100% Coated Polyester Thread
Heat Seals Between Halves to Prevent Heat Loss
Safety warning labels are attached to all covers
Handles, Straps, and Hinges Are Reinforced With Extra Material
All Bi-fold spa covers are classified manual safety covers
by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.® in accordance with
ASTM F 1346-91 95SJ

All covers should be cleaned with a mild soap and warm water only. Petroleum based or any other harsh cleaners can damage the cover.

Our Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) cover appears like our other covers in the fact that it is covered in a vinyl skin that is available in your choice of colors. The inside however is quite different. The panels are polystyrene that have been laminated with Fibre Reinforced Plastic sheeting to provide incredible strength and a protective layer against water absorption.


Cover Valet Logo

Cover EX Premium Hot Tub Cover Lifter.

The Cover Ex does exactly what you want a cover lifter to do…work, and work well. The surprising ease in which the Cover Ex helps remove your spa cover will impress, and will undoubtedly lead to more soaks in your hot tub. Reinforced aluminum construction ensures that the Ex will perform in any backyard environment and requires only 12″ of operational clearance. Backed by a comprehensive 5 year warranty.

Order a Cover Valet or Cover EX with your new Spa Cover and Save up to $50 off the price of the Cover Lift.


East Coast Leisure (757) 340-7740

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Spa Cover Shapes

Spa Cover Shapes

Spa Cover Measurements

Please enter all your measurements in Inches.

B Measurement intersects the fold on covers that are not square.


Customer is responsible for providing accurate measurements.  By checking the box below you certify that you have completed accurate measurements based on "Inch Units of Measurement".  East Coast Leisure is not responsible for orders completed with incorrect measurements. NO REORDERS will be filled based on incorrect measurements.

How to measure the radius of a curved spa

Method # 1 for determining radius:

To determine the radius of your cover's corners, take a sheet of paper and trace around one of the curved corners of the cover. You will get a curved line similar to those shown at the left. Remove the paper and complete the circle.You can do this freehand. Then measure across the middle of the circle you drew, and divide by 2.radius

Method # 2 for determining radius:

Another way to measure the radius is by placing a carpenter's square on the outside of your spa. The distance between the corner of the carpenter's square and the place where it touches the spa (A) equals the radius of the curve (B).