Your guide to hot tub and spa repair

We've helped many customers repair a hot tub or spa in the past year.

Planning ahead

Things to know before you get started.
7 Hot Tub Repairs for a Pro to Fix
  1. 1. Heat

    When water in your hot tub is too hot, this can signify that the heater connector is arced or welded shut and you need someone to replace it. Alternatively, pro may need to replace the thermostat.

  2. 2. Cold

    When water does not heat up, a contractor can test your heating element for current flow. This may lead to replacement of wires, spa fuses or advice on fuse services at your home's electrical box.

  3. 3. Leaks

    When you notice water leaking from the motor or pipes, the problem often has to do with a poor mechanical shaft seal. You need a pro who specializes in the specific brand of hot tub you own.

  4. 4. Mold

    Moisture or black residue around the outer side of the tub often means you have a water leak. Enlist the services of a reputable spa repair contractor; he or she can conduct appropriate inspections.

  5. 5. Pressure

    You may notice that your hot tub's jets are not working strongly. Clogged filters can result from a number of issues, such as plugged filters or leaks in the jet lines, both of which require a pro.

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