Hot Tub Wiring
Most Hot Tubs require a 60 amp 240 volt circuit. Wiring the Hot Tub up to code is very important. So having an electrician that has integrity in his work is also very important. Hot Tubs have several codes that are in addition to the National Electrical Code to ensure your families safety while in use.
Wiring the correct amperage and voltage is very important as well to ensure unit will work properly and last a very long time. Also suggest a surge protector to be installed so unit is fully protected from any lightning strikes (Surge Protection Information).
Koi Ponds, waterfalls, and water fountains look fabulous in a well manicured back yard. Finding the company to install it, the right one that looks the best in your yard, and of course all of the landscape around it is all a key part of installing one of these. Installing the proper amount of electricity to control the pumps inside of these are often over looked. It’s not as majestic as the rocks or the flow of the water, but it is the most important part of the whole install.
To ensure no electrical shock, constant use with no breakers tripping, and of course the ability to add landscape lights at later date are all important details to iron out before project begins. Pumps generally are required to have dedicated circuits to ensure proper voltages and amps required. We can install circuits for new ponds/fountains or existing one that are having problems.
Repairing/Replacing Old Wiring
As homes get older, so does the material in them. Typically appliances, roofs, lights, water heater, furnaces, etc. all get replaced. But a lot of time the wiring is over looked. In homes that are 40 plus years old the wiring all throughout the house is outdated and usually does not have the ground wire. Easiest way to tell is if your home has outlets with only 2 slots in them for plug in. This could become a safety issue and needs to be addressed. There are several options from replacing all the wiring to changing a few things so that it is safer. Contact us today to ensure your older wiring is safe for use.
Additional Appliance Wiring
When wanting to upgrade your gas stove to electric, your gas water heater to electric, or just adding a hot tub or wine cooler, you’ll need to ensure the wiring for those units are in place. When a new appliance is being installed in the kitchen or an old gas unit is being changed to electric, a new circuit is needed. Installing the proper wiring and shut off devices are very important. We specialize in new circuit installations and hooks up to ensure your appliances are installed properly.
Our electricians take pride in providing customers with exceptional Buford, Suwanee, and Dacula electrical services. Give us a call today!