Hot Tub and Pool Wiring For Cleveland and Surrounding Communities

Cleveland Hot Tub and Pool WiringYour decision to get a new hot tub or pool is a great one!  Your family is going to love it.  The next step is to make sure the installation is completed to electrical code. We never take short cuts when it comes to safety and reliability. 

  • We Pull the Electrical Permit
  • We Perform the Work to Electrical Code
  • We Guarantee it will Pass any Electrical Inspection

An improperly connected hot tub or pool can be disastrous.  It won’t pass the electrical inspection, it can create an electrocution hazard and it can destroy the electronics in your new hot tub or pool.

Clover Electric is the local expert in helping homeowners get their new hot tubs and pools up and running for years of worry-free enjoyment.   We’ll even work with your hot tub company to get the project completed.

In addition to hot tub and pool wiring, Clover Electric can help turn your new mini-resort in to a show-stopper with ideas all around your yard, including:

  • Outdoor patio yard lighting wiring and installation
  • Outdoor entertainment system wiring
  • Landscape lighting
  • Outdoor porch lighting
  • Outdoor lighting fixtures
  • Outdoor deck lighting

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We’ve all heard the old saying, “Water and electricity don’t mix.” So, when it comes to pools, hot tubs and water features it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Unless you’re an electrician you probably don’t think much about your pool or water feature’s electrical system. But, at Clover Electric, we think about it all the time!

Spring is the time of year we start thinking about opening up the pool, hot tub or water feature. So, here are three safety tips for you to consider so you have a safe and relaxing summer.

Inspect for proper grounding and bonding. We’re all familiar with grounding electrical circuits for safety. But, when it comes to outdoor water installations bonding is just as important. Since 2008 the National Electrical Code (NEC) has mandated that pool water shall be electrically bonded, not just metals in the structure of the pool itself. NEC bonding requirements apply to in ground and above ground pools, and include all metal components including ladders, equipment and the water itself. Correct pool bonding protects people, pets and pool equipment. If not properly connected, small amounts of electricity may be felt by pool occupants. Clover Electric can inspect your pool, hot tub or water feature to make sure it’s properly grounded and bonded.

Don’t take a chance on old technology. Just because your pool, hot tub or water feature has been working fine for many years doesn’t mean it’s working fine now or is up to today’s standards. Clover Electric can provide peace of mind so you can have a safe and relaxing summer.

Be sure GFCI outlets are working properly. Chances are, your pool, hot tub or water feature is close to a GFCI outlet. A GFCI outlet, or ground fault circuit interrupter, reduces the risk of electric shock by automatically shutting off an electric power circuit when it detects that current is flowing in a way it is not meant to, such as through water or a person. A radio that accidentally falls in to a pool could be a disaster. Clover Electric can professional test your GFCI outlets to make sure they’re functioning properly. (It’s more involved than just pushing the test button on the outlet.) Keep in mind, GFCI outlets that are over 10 years old should be replaced because their safety circuitry wears out.
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