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Thread: pool + raised spa: two safety covers or one?

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    pool + raised spa: two safety covers or one?


    I have a pool with a raised spa (~3') on the side and am looking to get a safety cover. Some places said to go with two separate covers and run cabling on the wall of the spa and another suggested to go with a single cover with it going up and over the spa.

    Any thoughts on either options? I was thinking of two separate as I think it would look nicer and I can also use the spa with the pool closed down. However, one installer definitlely said to avoid the cables and go with the single cover as it would be better and wouldn't have anchors screwed into the spa walls.

    8 lane 25 meter 200,000 gallon outdoor pool (liquid chlorine)
    3 lane 25 yard 60,000 gallon indoor pool (liquid chlorine)
    3 Spa's 1200-600 gallon (trichlor/liquid chlorine)
    1 kids pool 40,000 gallon
    14x24 above ground SWG
    44,000 inground home pool (trichlor/liquid chrloine)
    Southwest Utah Health Inspector/Pool Regulator

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    Re: pool + raised spa: two safety covers or one?

    Here is another option that looks good too. they are safe enough to walk on.
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