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Sylvia Electrical Contracting offers this information on the importance of correct and proper installation of hot tubs and spas.

Electrical Safety Requirements for Spa Installations: The installation of all spas must be in accordance with national and local wiring rules. Always have a licensed Electrician perform the electrical installation. Every spa is manufactured and tested to a standard that provides maximum protection against electrical shock. Improper wiring may prevent the spa from operating safely which could result in electrical shock, injury, or death. Improper wiring could also lead to a malfunction of the spa’s equipment and risk of fire. When considering a location for your spa, consult with a licensed Electrical Contractor. Let a Boston electrician hook you up.

Water and electricity are a deadly combination.  More often then not there is not a second chance when electrocution occurs.  Your family should be your number one priority.  Contact a qualified electrical contractor at Sylvia Electrical to discuss any of the following.  Let us help you enjoy your spa or hot tub!

  • Overhead Power Lines

  • Service Disconnect

  • Electrical Outlets, Switches and Devices

  • Bonding

  • Equipment Compartment Access

  • All other national and local rules that may be applicable

Appliance Circuits:

Dedicated circuits are required by the National Electrical Code, but what are they? The code requires that every fixed appliance must be served by a separate, dedicated circuit, not shared by any other appliance.

A dedicated circuit is defined as - a circuit that serves only that appliance. These appliances include refrigerators, freezers, electric range, electric water heaters, furnaces, washers, dryers, microwaves, dishwashers, and garbage disposals. And don't forget about heat pumps, sump pumps, and air conditioners.

If you've ever had a major appliance connected to the same circuit as another and a circuit breaker has tripped or a fuse has blown, then it is time to have a qualified, licensed electrician add an appliance circuit.

Sylvia Electrical has electrical contractors available to help you with all your electrical needs.  Call for Boston electricians for free estimate.

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Greater Boston: 
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North Shore MA: 
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South Shore MA:  Braintree MA, Brockton MA, Canton MA, Cohasset MA, Duxbury MA, Hanover MA, Hingham MA, Hull MA, Boston MA, Tewksbury MA, Milton MA, Norwell MA, Pembroke MA, Plymouth MA, Randolph MA, Quincy MA, Rockland MA, Scituate MA, Weymouth MA

Metro West MA: 
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