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From the high temperature to the low temperature of Northern Colorado a hot tub is a blessing to have. When it's working. It may seem easy to install your own hot tub electrical circuit and do your own wiring, it can also be incredibly dangerous. Our trained technicians will fix your hot tub so that you can enjoy it again. If you want electrical professionals, then you’ve come to the right place. Contact us to schedule an inspection of your hot tubs today!

Electrician Hot Tub

We handle all types of repairs and installations to make sure your electrical system is up to code. We take care of repairs involving:

When you’re dealing with electricity, it is best to leave it to the professionals. Call 970-460-0014 today to schedule electrical repairs. We are able to serve both residential and commercial properties.

Wiring Hot Tubs: What You Need to Know

Installing a hot tub can be a great way to add value and enjoyment to your home. But before you take the plunge and start planning out where to put your new spa, there’s one very important factor that needs to be taken into consideration—wiring!

When it comes to wiring hot tubs, it’s essential that you take the necessary precautions to ensure that all electrical components are properly installed in accordance with local building codes and manufacturers guidelines. This will help prevent dangerous situations like electric shock or fire hazards from occurring. Here is what you need to know about wiring hot tubs:

  1. Hire a licensed professional electrician for the job: Unless you’re an experienced DIYer, it is best to hire a licensed professional electrician for the job when wiring a hot tub. This will ensure that all components of the installation are up-to-code and meet all safety standards.
  2. Make sure your current electrical system can handle the load: Before starting your project, make sure you have enough power outlets available in the area where you plan to install your hot tub, as well as enough wattage capacity on your existing electrical system. If not, then additional wiring may need to be done first in order for proper installation.
  3. Have ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) installed: GFCIs protect against shocks by sensing current flows in circuits and shutting them off if they become hazardous. Make sure these are installed around any areas where water may come into contact with electricity (i.e near spas).
  4. Investigate zoning laws and permits: Before beginning work on any wiring project, make sure that you investigate zoning laws and building permits within your municipality first. Different areas have different regulations so be sure to familiarize yourself with yours before proceeding further!

Following these tips during a hot tub wiring project can help ensure that everything is done correctly from start to finish—making for an enjoyable and safe experience for many years of enjoyment!


You want to be sure your home’s safety is never compromised by faulty wiring or poor installation. A professionally trained electrician can troubleshoot the issue you’re having and make sure it’s repaired properly. Contact us today to get the professional service you need.

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