Hot tubs wiring can be frustrating. Hot tubs are a great way to enjoy the outdoors of Wisconsin! Hot tub installation involves conforming to specific electrical requirements.
Installing a hot tub, spa or jacuzzi can be an exciting but challenging project. Before installation, you need to consider both your local building codes and the electrical requirements of the unit. Unless you’re installing a replacement spa at a prepared site, you may need need to add a dedicated circuit to your electrical panel, with a GFCI-protected outlet or subpanel located near the new spa. This work typically requires a building permit and should only be completed by a licensed and insured electrician.
Electrical wiring for a hot tub, spa or jacuzzi is complicated and needs to be installed according to local codes to ensure safety. A qualified electrician can ensure your spa is installed properly to eliminate any chance of electrocution or potential fire hazards.
Warder Electric has the know-how to wire your new hot tub or spa. Before getting started, we will pull the necessary permits to complete the installation. Once completed, Warder Electric will test your new tub to make sure it is safe and operational before you ever step in it.