Home Comfort Alliance takes care of the all the requirements of hot tub and sauna wiring in residential and commercial properties throughout Puget Sound. From selecting the types of wiring to installing a dedicated circuit and implementing safety measures, our experts can help you understand what you need to know for your hot tub or sauna wiring project. Installing a hot tub or sauna in your home is a great way to relax and unwind. But before you can start enjoying those long, hot soaks, you’ll need to make sure your wiring is up to the task.
Most saunas and hot tubs require permanent wiring with a dedicated circuit. First, you need to determine if the present panel capacity can support the amperage your unit requires. If not, an upgrade to the panel itself may be needed. Second, it’s important to consider the location of the hot tub or sauna because it impacts whether or not trenching will be needed and it must ensure that the disconnect location is within code. It is highly recommended to have a licensed electrician perform a site visit to answer some of these important questions during the planning phase of your project.
When it comes to wiring a hot tub or sauna, safety should always be your top priority. Our expert electricians will make sure to follow all local building codes and obtain all necessary permits before beginning your project. Our professional installation of your hot tub wiring will ensure it is done correctly.
To keep your hot tub or sauna running smoothly, it’s important to periodically check the wiring for signs of wear or damage and be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning and maintenance.
It’s also important to remember to turn off power to the unite before cleaning or performing any maintenance on the hot tub or sauna. This will help prevent any accidents or hazards.
With the right wiring and maintenance, you can enjoy your Seattle or Bellevue area hot tub or sauna for years to come. Contact us today to get your wiring project scheduled. We proudly service King, Snohomish, Pierce, Skagit, Kitsap & Mason Counties.