First, remove the winter spa
cover (or tarp) that is covering your hard thermal spa cover. Remove
the air pillow (if any) and deflate it. For inground spas, remove
and drain any water tubes as well. Clean and fold and store away.
you do not store your winter cover indoors, and you keep it outside
or in a shed, then you do not have to worry about getting the cover
particularly spotlessly clean. If you do keep it in the garage or
basement, you may want to clean it to a greater extent.
Remove the hard thermal cover. Then take a look inside the spa.
Does everything seem OK? Some water or dirt can be expected.
Hopefully, it is not half full of water. If it is, then put your
submersible spa draining pump into the tub and pump out all the
remaining water. Inspect the shell for cracks or splits.
was water in the tub over the winter - and it froze - there is a
chance that it could have caused serious damage to the spa shell. If
you do notice any cracks or splits in the spa shell, we suggest
contacting a local spa professional to check it out for you before
you go any further. Remove any rubber plugs that may have been