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Hot Tubs & Heat Pumps

Hot Tubs


Depending on your current electrical usage and system hot tub electrical can be budget or extremely expensive. A good electrician like myself can help you determine the best way and the financial cost associated. 


Heat pumps and AC Disconnects


At Horton ELectric we can install any type of heat pump or AC unit just about anywhere it is needed. We carefully consider the route of the wires attempting to minnimize any unnecessary drywall or patching work.

Horton Electric Ltd.
Horton Electric Ltd.


With over twelve years of experience in the electrical field we are prepared for any electrical challenge. We have fully certified master electricians available to ensure reliability and safety. 

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Unlimited Warranty on Workmanship

Horton Electric will fix any defect in workmanship for life.

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We will beat any competing estimate on the same services and materials.

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What electrical requirements are needed for a hot tub?

Hot tubs typically require a dedicated electrical circuit with specific voltage and amperage requirements. Most commonly, hot tubs require a 240-volt circuit and a dedicated 50-amp or 60-amp breaker.

Can I install a hot tub on my existing electrical system?

It depends on your existing electrical system's capacity. Hot tubs require a significant amount of power, so it's essential to have your electrical system assessed by us to determine if it can handle the additional load. In some cases, an electrical service upgrade may be necessary.

What is the purpose of a GFCI for a hot tub?

A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is a safety device that protects against electrical shocks. It quickly shuts off the power in the event of a ground fault, reducing the risk of electrocution. All electrical components associated with a hot tub, including outlets and pumps, should be GFCI-protected.

Should I use a copper or aluminum electrical cable?

The only benefit to copper is no spa panel located near the hot tub that being said the cost of the spa pack can make the financial choice close to equal. The advantage of aluminum is you get a service switch located outside for technicians and electricians. 

Remember, specific electrical requirements for hot tubs may vary based on the manufacturer's guidelines and local electrical codes. It's essential to consult with a licensed electrician to assess your specific installation needs and ensure a safe and compliant electrical setup for your hot tub.

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