Imagine a hot tub cover that never gets waterlogged, heavy, moldy, or smelly. Imagine a cover so sturdy that an adult (or very large dog) can stand on it without breaking it.
Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? But it is true, and we invite you to stop by Rich’s and see for yourself.
This amazing cover is called Smartop®, and it’s manufactured by our friends at Leisure Concepts in Spokane.
Here are some reasons why we love the Smartop so much:
Optimal heat retention. The zero water retention design features impermeable interlocking polymer panels which shield the interior insulating foam from water vapor and run-off. This prevents weight gain, odor, and mold.
UV resistant rigid polymer deck surface.
Load capacity of up to 800 lbs. The exclusive, patented, ribbed panel design is combined with aluminum support channels inset within the polymer panels, making this cover the sturdiest we’ve seen.
Steel Cable Cover Lock System. The easy-to-use steel cable cover lock system, coupled with a padlock, prevents unauthorized and unsupervised use.
Repairable/Replaceable Components. In the unlikely event any part of Smartop has a problem due to accident or failure, most components are replaceable, making Smartop repairable. Now, that’s good news!
Customize Your Smartop®
Each Smartop is custom made to size, corner radius and is available in 7 popular cabinet matching colors: Espresso, Cordovan, Portobello, Black, Redwood Brown, Walnut/Teak, and Coastal Grey.
This is the smartop and matching cabinet in Espresso:
Here’s a video to acquaint you with Smartop’s features.
Visit Rich's Website
See the Smartop in action at Rich’s five showrooms in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Tacoma, Tukwila and Silverdale, WA. For more details about our products and for directions to our showrooms, visit richshome.com.
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