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Hot Tub and Spa Wiring

Quick Question

A spa can be a great addition to your backyard. Whether you’re looking for a way to wind down after a long day or planning a weekend party with friends, installing a hot tub gives you endless entertainment and relaxation opportunities.

At Main Stream Electric, we take the guesswork out of wiring your spa or hot tub. Our trained and certified hot tub and spa wiring electricians will let you know what to expect before they start work on the project. They have the expertise and training to complete the electrical work needed so you can start enjoying your hot tub.

If you are experiencing electrical problems with your hot tub or spa, we can help with that too. Our residential electricians provide upfront pricing and a quality promise. All our electrical services are guaranteed and we ensure safety and professionalism on every project. If you’re ready to install a new hot tub or spa or have electrical questions related to your hot tub or spa, call Main Stream Electric in Sacramento at (916) 439-5253 or San Jose at (408) 422-8730.


Do you provide hot tub hookups?

Yes! Pricing depends on how far your hot tub or spa is from your central circuit breaker box. Contact Main Stream Electric and we will give you a free estimate for hot tub and spa wiring.

What about concrete? Do I have to lay concrete before I install my hot tub?

A concrete pad is the best base for a hot tub or spa. All hot tubs should sit on a 3.5 inch solid surface with reinforcement wire. If you are unsure of where you want your hot tub, it’s best to contact a concrete contractor. If you’d rather sink your hot tub partially in the ground, you will need a retaining wall built around it with a clearance of at least 12 inches around the tub.

I already have a deck. Can I install my spa on my existing deck?

Yes, it is possible to install a spa on an existing deck. One thing to take into consideration though is the weight of your hot tub. Most decks are not designed to support a filled hot tub. It’s critical to have an engineer look at the deck to determine if it can withstand the weight. The average filled hot tub weighs 5000 pounds or more!

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