Electric wiring in your swimming pool may not seem like a good idea. After all, electrical wiring and water obviously don’t mix. However, if you do it safely, you can totally transform your pool
An Electrician in Ahwatukee and Life in the Foothills
As an electrician in Ahwatukee, we are often busy with so many electrical projects including swimming pools. Swimming pools? Electrician? What? Ahwatukee is a part of the Phoenix area, and as such is home to dozens upon dozens of swimming pools. Considering the fact that Arizona has some of the hottest summer temperatures of anywhere else in the US, a swimming pool is a welcome source of relief from the hot sun of the Arizona desert. But what about October when the weather’s much nicer? First off, what a lot of people don’t know is that you can swim a lot later here than your friends and family back east. Unless you have a heated pool, however, fairly soon you’re going to have to stop swimming. That is of course, unless you’re a member of the Ahwatukee chapter of the Polar Bear club. You know, those people back east who get their jollies from swimming in icy rivers and lakes. So if you need to stop swimming, what do you do with your swimming pool?
Well, when it is the time that you’re not using your pool, it is the perfect time to do some maintenance. Drain your pool, and check out the surface for any cracks in the cement. You also call an electrician in to look at your swimming pool lights for a lot of reasons. The first is safety.
Rewire Your Pool Now, Get Ready for the Summer
Take this time of year, and rewire your swimming pool. If you have the money and the desire, if your pool isn’t heated, this may be the time of year to remodel and make your pool a heated pool. That means swimming all year round. In the winter, it feels really nice to swim in warm water with the cool autumn air. However, another reason to rewire your swimming pool is electrical safety. If your swimming pool’s lights are below the water surface and they have any cracks or damage to them, someone could jump in the water and suffer from a potentially fatal electrical injury.
So let’s see if we have this straight. Electrical safety: check. Improved functionality: check. And an overall better pool: check. All wonderful reasons for calling an electrician in Ahwatukee to work on your swimming pool’s wiring.
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