Make Sure Your Hot Tub or Spa is Wired for Summer
Is there anything as relaxing as dipping into a hot tub or sliding into a spa and turning on the jets? If you work hard every day and live for the weekends, probably not! That’s why it’s so important to make sure that as soon as the summer season is here, your hot tub or spa is ready to serve you.
If you’re just now making the investment in a new hot tub or spa, congratulations—you’re about to own a great amenity that will provide you with years and years of luxury and comfort! But, before you can dip into the water and kick on the jets, you’re going to need to make sure it’s set up properly and functioning appropriately.
Quality wiring is essential
Sound marine wiring in Trumbull, CT is at the root of any good hot tub. Why? Because without a sound electrical connection and proper load, your hot tub or spa isn’t going to provide you with the level of quality that it should! From the tub temperature controls, to the jets, to mood lighting and beyond, all of these things require an appropriate electrical connection.
If you envision coming home after a long day at work and slipping into your hot tub, with the temperature cranked up, the jets going full blast and the lighting set to a relaxing setting, you had better make sure the electrical components of your spa are wired in properly from the get-go!
Complexities in wiring
Your hot tub isn’t like any other amenity in your home—you can’t just plug it in and use it! In fact, there’s a pretty significant process in hooking up your hot tub or spa to make sure it’s a) completely safe for you to use and b) fully operational to your highest standards.
There are three real assemblies that are used in most hot tub hookups: the home circuit breaker panel, a GFCI load center or disconnect panel for the spa, and the control system of the spa itself. Interlinking these three things properly is the key to getting your hot tub set up and ready for summertime use.
Again, marine wiring in Trumbull, CT is more difficult than it seems. It takes the keen expertise of an electrician to make sure wiring jobs are done right and without fault. For example, using an improper wire gauge can result in surges to the tub, eventually collapsing the circuit and leaving you with a non-functional spa! It’s better to make sure every detail is done appropriately from the onset of the tub’s installation, rather than as an invasive service call later on.
Get your tub wired today!
Summer is just around the corner and already people are starting to dust off their hot tubs and spas. If you’ll be joining them this year and are planning on installing a new tub or spa of your own, make sure you’re choosing New England Electrical Contracting, Inc. to assist you with the wiring needed to get it up and running perfectly!