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Wiring Requirements for a Hot Tub

Hot tubs are often chosen over pools because they’re less expensive and far more relaxing. They can also be used throughout the year, and they’re fairly easy to maintain. What you may not know about hot tubs is that you need a qualified electrician to wire them properly. Read on to learn more about the wiring requirements.

The Wiring Requirements for a Hot Tub

A hot tub requires a 110v connection or 220v connection. A low 110v connection requires you to plug it into a wall outlet and the 220v connection requires you to connect it to your home’s circuit breaker. Each has its own advantages. Hot tubs wired to your home’s circuit breaker allow the water heat up faster. They’re best for those who are going to use the hot tub frequently in all temperature conditions. A plug-and-play hot tub can be settled anywhere with an outlet which means it’s incredibly convenient. They’re best for those who are using the hot tub for hydrotherapy and relaxing soaks. When you choose the 220v connection, a certified electrician has to make sure your home has enough electricity to power it. Then they have to run the particular wires from the panel to the hot tub.

Hot Tub Design Inspiration

For a simple look, opt for a round concrete hot tub with variegated blue glass tiles. Fill the area around it with a coffee table and comfortable chairs. If you have a pool, consider connecting it to your hot tub. Surround the hot tub with local stones and have a waterfall that overflows into the pool. For a modern look, choose a stone and tile hot tub and place it in an area with a great view. Lastly, for a unique style, consider a round hot tub with a semi-spiral sandstone staircase of soft shades of grey and beige.

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Tim Kyle has been providing residential and commercial clients with electrical services since 1986. Our services include panel upgrades, new installation, surge protection, and more. Click here for more information on our services!

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