How To Measure For Your Cover
Finding the proper size cover is very important to the overall protection of whatever it is you're covering. The dimensions you see on our website are for our covers. The cover you choose will fit better and perform better if it is slightly larger than the object you are covering. Our rule of thumb is "Bigger is Better"!
Below you will find category links to helpful pages with measuring guides and covering tips. Click the link you are interested in and let us help out with determining which cover is right for you. If you have any questions during this process please contact us toll free 1(866) 889-8896 Monday-Friday between 8:30am-6:00pm CST, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Measuring For Small Table Covers, Ottoman Covers and Accessory |
To measure for chair covers and chaise lounge covers, review the drawings and follow these step-by-step guidelines:
Dia = Diameter on round furniture and this dimension is found by measuring from one side of the item across to the opposite side.
H = Height and this dimension is determined by measuring from the top of the item down to the ground.
L = Length and this dimension is found simply by measuring the longest side of the item.
W = Width and this dimension is found by measuring the side adjacent to the L side.
Go to Small Table, Ottoman and Other Accessory Cover Selections
- For maximum protection for your umbrella, it's best to cover it with our umbrella cover and store it in a clean, dry location in cold northern climates
- Small table covers, ottoman covers and other accessory covers aren't intended to touch the ground so that air can properly circulate underneath the cover. Don't worry if the cover does not come all the way down to the ground.
- Bigger is better, so select an outdoor protective cover size that is slightly larger than your small table, ottoman or other furniture accessory dimensions.
- If the dimensions of your table, ottoman or accessory piece are unique and you cannot find a cover for them, consider turning them upside down and placing them on furniture used for seating. When this furniture is covered, often times there is enough room under the cover to allow for the smaller patio furniture.