Pool Lighting & Electrical Work
Whether you have had a pool for years or are looking to install a new pool in your backyard it is crucially important to ensure that the electrical components of your pool are installed safely and correctly. Pool and hot tub equipment such as a pool pump, lights, heater, or even the receptacles located near the pool can all be a hazard if they are not GFCI protected.
At Penfold Electric we have more than 40 years of experience in helping homeowners ensure their pool equipment is safely and correctly installed. Whether you are looking to upgrade your current electrical pool equipment or are getting ready to put in a new pool, we would be pleased to help you ensure your electrical components are safely installed.
Pool Electrical FAQ
GFCI stands for ground fault circuit interrupter and is used to help prevent electrocution. If a GFCI senses a leakage current it will trip and shut off the electrical components of your pool. All pools and hot tubs should have their equipment installed with GFCI protection.
An emergency shut-off button is an important safety tool to have when you own a pool. This piece of equipment will shut off the power to your pool pump in the event that a person becomes trapped. An alert can also be utilized with an emergency shut-off button to ensure that anyone in the area is aware of the emergency situation.