Have you ever experienced an electrical shock? Not the tiny shock that comes from built-up static electricity, but an actual live current that courses through you and makes every hair on your body stand up while sending your pain receptors into a panic?
If you haven’t, consider yourself lucky. If you have, then you know just how dangerous electricity can be. The risk of injury (or, in severe cases, even death) increases exponentially when water and electrical equipment mix.
While we have no doubt most pool and spa contractors understand their field, dealing with wiring, breakers, power boxes, and conduits when installing a new pool, or hot tub can quickly become complicated and even dangerous to someone who doesn’t have the electrical experience our professional technicians at CMC Service Experts do.
To schedule a hot tub, pool, or spa installation in Raleigh, North Carolina, fill out our contact form or give us a call.
Once you purchase your hot tub, you’ll need a professional to perform hot tub installation that meets building codes. CMC Service Experts have the experience necessary to install all types of hot tubs regardless of where you want it in your house. We install all hot tubs according to the manufacturer specifications for the best results.
CMC Service Experts offer comprehensive pool installation, wiring, and grounding for all types of pools. Once you buy your pool and decide where you want to put it, we can wire it from the pool to your home’s electrical system. We also ensure that all wiring is insulated and waterproof to eliminate the threat of electric shock.
Wiring a spa can be a complicated and hazardous process. To ensure that your spa is installed according to building codes and the National Electrical Code, contact CMC Service Experts to perform a professional spa installation for your home. We do the work behind the scenes so that you can relax and enjoy your home spa. We can install a spa anywhere in your home.
Over time, the wiring in your pool, hot tub, or spa can corrode or loosen. When that occurs, it creates a dangerous environment in your home, making you or your family vulnerable to shock. So, if you need electrical wiring repair, CMC Service Experts can inspect your wiring, identify the issue, and make the necessary repairs.
Electrical Service Available 24/7
If you are like most homeowners in Cary, you work through the week and can’t schedule service until after hours or on the weekends. Fortunately, we offer 24/7 electrical service, which is more compatible with your lifestyle.
100% Money-Back Guarantee
We want you to be 100% satisfied with every aspect of our electrical repair service. For this reason, we offer a lifetime warranty on our electrical products and workmanship, as well as a 100% money-back guarantee. We value your business.
Free Safety Inspection
We Put Safety First! We believe our customer’s electrical safety is of the utmost importance. That is why we provide a FREE safety inspection with every service. We ensure that all electrical products and work performed exceed safety requirements
Work with Seasoned Experts
CMC Service Experts have decades of combined industry experience. We use our training and experience to provide a positive experience. You benefit from our courteous customer service, timely work, and affordable rates. We put our customers first!
If you’ve recently decided to add a pool, hot tub, or spa to your property, let our team help you with the installation process and make sure all your electrical connections and equipment are safe and in proper working order.
Regardless of how confident you are in a contractor’s ability or skills, we suggest that any time you add an expensive addition to your home, you also get a professional electrician to at least inspect the contractor’s work and make sure everything checks out.
A great example of this is the equipotential bonding of the hot tub, spa or pool. Most people don’t understand the electrical code requirements of properly grounding and bonding the unit or the surrounding area. This process is essential for a safe electrical installation. Without this in place you could have a potentially hazardous scenario. Keep your home and family safe and enjoy the peace of mind that comes along with knowing that your installation is free of any electrical hazards.
CMC Service Experts is here to help protect you and your investments, and that starts with our expert electrical installation in Raleigh. Fill out our contact form, or call us to schedule a hot tub, pool, or spa installation in Raleigh, North Carolina
Wiring a hot tub, pool, or spa is a complicated and dangerous job. You should hire a licensed electrician to perform the job to eliminate the risk of injury and to ensure that the job is done right. An electrician can install your equipment according to manufacturer specifications and North Carolina residential building codes. Whether you hire us or another electrical contractor make sure to have them explain their installation including the grounding and bonding portion of the installation. This is vital for safety and they should be able to explain to you the code requirements in a manner that you can understand. If you’re unsure of the information you receive or lack thereof, call us!
If there is enough space and no structural limitations, adding a spa or hot tub to an existing pool is possible. Once you position the pool where you want it, our technicians can wire and ground the pool to your electrical system to be safe and functional alongside the pool.
Certain building codes or manufacturer specifications require us to install your product a certain way to ensure its safety and proper performance. While building codes are consistent, manufacturer specifications will vary. Typically all pools, hot tubs and spas require copper conductors to be used when those conductors are attached directly to the equipment. An acceptable example would be installing an aluminum feeder to a safety switch and then from the switch to the unit with copper. The grounding and bonding should always be done with copper per code.
Therefore, the type of wiring and equipment we use for your product may vary. Most spa panels require either a 50 or 60-amp, 220-240-volt ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) or a 15-amp, 120-volt GFCI.