Looking to add a hot tub or spa to your home? What was once a luxury item available to few can be within your reach every day. You can relax, heal your body, and rejuvenate in your own home.
Hot tubs and spas do not run on regular 120v circuit. The Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends installing and using ground-fault circuit-interrupters (GFCIs) for protection against hazards involving electrical circuits and underwater lighting circuits in and around pools, spas, and hot tubs. The National Electric Code (NEC) requires that a disconnect switch be within a visible distance from the pump, but at least 5 feet away from the edge of the tub.
Clearly this is a project that should be left to licensed electricians. State-Wide Electric’s licensed electricians will make sure that the wiring is installed per all national, state, and local codes, and that it is installed in the best location to meet the codes and your personal requirements for your enjoyment.
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