Milwaukee Pool Wiring – Hot Tub Wiring

When it comes to in-ground and above-ground installation, pools and hot tubs require special wiring to properly power their necessary equipment. Hot tubs require a lot of power, so because of the nature of the components, it is best that you hire a professional to install the wiring for safety reasons. Hot tubs require a dedicated 240-volt GFCI circuit. These types of circuits require at least 100 amps of power, so if you’re living in an older home with an outdated service panel, you may want to consider an electrical service upgrade to prepare your home for the extra power consumption.

Our Pool and Hot Tub Wiring Services

  • GFCI wiring
  • Pool water pumps
  • Pool lighting
  • Pool and hot tub heaters
  • In-ground pool wiring
  • Above-ground pool wiring
  • Solar panel pool heaters
  • Whirlpool wiring
  • Pool cleaner and water filters

For High-Quality Services, Call Integrated Building Systems Today

Why do customers choose us for pool and hot tub wiring?

Our licensed electricians work hard to make sure that you receive quality service. We guarantee high-quality and professional service to ensure that our customers are satisfied with the outcome of our work.
In addition to our friendly presence and strong work ethic, we don’t just get the job done, we do it right! This includes things like:
Proper installation of wiring and equipment: we pay close attention to detail and ensure that all wires are set up properly for optimal efficiency and safety.
We get the job done in an efficient and timely manner: our professionals are great at what they do! To achieve this, we perform proper preparation before and at the work site. We are as organized and clean as possible with all our projects and strive to complete the task at hand within its projected timeline. After the project is complete, we make sure not to leave any mess behind and conduct all safety measures when our work is completed.

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