Pool Electric

Installing a pool or spa is a great addition to any backyard. Our electricians can help set up all of the electrical necessities, such as properly grounded power for your filter. We can also add lighting to pools, which not only acts a great light source for night time swimming, but also as a great finishing touch to a beautiful backyard landscape.

Sierra Electric can also install lights for backyard ponds and fountains to extend your viewing pleasure well into the evening. We can help you choose a light that best highlights your water structure. Underwater lighting systems usually are low-voltage systems and are relatively safe and easy to install.

What to expect:

1) Determine what type of equipment will be installed with the pools (i.e. pump size, heat pump, lighting, other accessories).
2) Determine the best location for in-ground or above ground pool.
3) Verify adequate service and breaker availability at main panel.
4) Apply for electrical permits with local authority.
5) Provide trenching (if necessary) from house to pool equipment.
6) Rough pool for the first inspection (bonding and underground piping).
7) Once the pool has been backfilled and the equipment is in place, complete electrical connections to equipment.
8) Setup final electrical inspection.

Above Ground Pool Electric Somers CT

Contact us for thorough installations or repairs for your backyard pool or hot tub by calling (860) 830.0275 today!

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Hot Tub Electric

If you’re installing a hot tub, or spa in your home, it’s very important to make sure that all of the necessary electrical wiring is installed professionally. All hot tubs, regardless of size, need GFCI protection and proper grounding. These are the most important steps to ensuring that hot tub users are safe. There must also be a disconnect in case of emergencies and the wiring should be protected from moisture and chemical damage.

What to expect:

1) Verify adequate service and breaker availability at main panel.
2) Apply for electrical permits with local authority.
3) Provide trenching (if necessary) from house to hot tub location.
4) Complete electrical connections from disconnect to hot tub.
5) Setup final electrical inspection.
6) Backfill trench (if necessary).