Need Electrical Wiring for a New Hot Tub?
Give us a call so we can dispatch one of our professional electricians to help you out. Our electricians have the experience and training to handle in installation or repair. When you hire us, you can rest assured the job will be done correctly.
• Hot Tub Wiring
• Spa Wiring
• Pool Pump Wiring
• Spa Lighting
• Hot Tub Timer Wiring
• Outdoor Lighting
Most hot tubs require a high amount of electricity to help power the motor. Although some plug and play models run on 120-volts of electricity, most require 220-240 volts. You will also find that hot tubs need between 50-100 amps with the most common in the 50-60 amp range.
One of the most critical requirements from the National Electric Code (NEC) is a disconnect GFCI box, which is often referred to as a spa panel. Essential this is a sub-panel that is installed not too far away from your hot tub.
Hot Tub Wiring
An electrician will need to determine that your electrical panel can handle the additional load of electricity. In almost all newer homes, there shouldn’t be a problem. However, if your home is older than 60 years, there may be a chance your panel may need an upgrade.
Our electricians will wire in the correct voltage and run conduit to the disconnect box. Our team will ensure you, and your family is safe so you can enjoy all the backyard fun.
Our electrical technicians provide service all over the Inland Empire. Our office is in Redlands which allows us to quickly dispatch our team to Riverside, Corona, San Bernardino, Temecula, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, and all the cities in between.