Pool & Spa
Water + Electricity = Call a Professional
Electricity is responsible for running pumps and motors, ignites gas heaters, and operates controls. Since water and electricity are a dangerous combination, pool lights must be fully sealed for safety, to prevent water from getting into the element. When major renovation or installation of electrical circuits is required, call a professional electrician. When troubleshooting short circuits or other specialized electrical problems, an electrician will solve and repair it faster than you can, so again, call a professional and let him do his job.
We adhere to National Electric Code requirements
National Electric Code has strict requirements for testing and installation of electric wiring in and around pools. The installation requirements help keep people safe when they’re using swimming pools, hot tubs, spas, fountains, or hydromassage bathtubs. Hot tubs and pools can be relaxing additions to your backyard. But because they are large, electrically complex systems, installation can be tricky. Many systems are self-contained, which means there is no plumbing involved in the setup. Even so, installing a hot tub requires planning and compliance with city codes.