New and Existing Unit Installation, Maintenance and Repair
So, you have a hot tub – newly purchased, included in the purchase of your house? Maybe it was a good idea years ago, and now it is just covered, unused, collecting leaves. Do not let that relaxing experience just sit there. Let Asset Electrical ensure you are soaking the day away safely and quickly.
New Purchase Hook Up?
If your hot tub spa is a new purchase, we can be sure it is properly connected to your home’s electrical system using the National Electrical Code (NEC) as our strict guide.
It can be dangerous and is not advisable to attempt installation without a knowledgeable electrician. Water and electricity are a BAD combination. You need to trust the person installing your unit. By leaving the details to us, you are guaranteed our company will:
- Follow state and local electrical codes
- Secure electrical permit when needed
- Wire and install a spa panel
- Be locally available without an exhaustive wait period
Beware of units advertised as easily plugged into a standard outlet. Improperly grounded units can cause damage to your new hot tub as well as your home’s electrical system. These can be expensive mistakes.
Do not let a problem like this keep you from days of enjoying your new spa. A quick consultation is all you need to determine what installation
method is best for your needs. Installations can be completed within a single day.
Worried about an existing unit? If you’ve recently purchased a home with a hot tub addition or bought one secondhand, our experts can inspect your unit to determine if it is in proper working order before you invite family and friends over to try it out.
It is frustrating to heat up a spa, wait for water to warm only to find lukewarm water, jets that do not blow water, unresponsive command buttons, dim or blown lights. Even if other parts of the unit appear to be working fine, small problems can lead to greater, more expensive ones.
Do not wonder if something could be wrong with your unit. Even if your unit is working “ok” today, if it has been a while since you have had it serviced, give us a call.
Are you experiencing any of these common problems?
- Tripping the breaker, GFCI or RCD
- Lack of water flow
- No heat, or insufficient heat
- Overloaded circuits
- Uncomfortably hot water
- Spa buttons not responding
- Blown Fuse
If you are experiencing any of these glitches, you need a skilled electrician to diagnose the problem immediately.
It is difficult to tell by looking at the outside of a unit to determine what condition it is in – you do not have to. Take the pressu
re out of your hands when examining your hot tub by hiring Asset Electrical to give it a thorough check.
Our experienced electricians can diagnose potential problems with a quick service call. We do more than just visually examine your unit. We work to be sure you have no loose connections, damage from rodents, or prior damage.
Safety Check Maintenance
Many usual problems we service are easily avoided by following a simple routine through your hot tub season to be sure the unit is ready for another year of play.
These yearly diagnostic checks are a cost-effective way of owning a hot tub. Unfortunately, ignoring responsible maintenance eventually leads to costly repair later.
Taking care of your hot tub can be worry-free.
We offer SAFETY CHECKS to inspect your unit for:
- Fried wiring
- Frayed wiring
- Loose connections
- Damage to the spa control panel
- Leaks around lights
- Amp test heating element
- Shell cracks
Hot Tub Services We Offer in Charlotte/ Rock Hill Area
- Initial Unit Installation
- Beginning of the Season Diagnostic Check
- Pump Replacement
- Blower Replacement
- Light Replacement
- Fuse Replacement
- Wiring Spa Panels (or rewiring if needed)
- Preventing Overloaded Circuits
- Circuit Board Install
- Wiring Inspection
With every service visit we offer tips for easy care and maintaining spa safety standards. Including us in your routine maintenance will leave you more time to unwind in your unit and less time worrying about it.