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Coordinate Water & Electric for Your Spa Delivery

With your backyard consult complete and your space ready to go, it’s time to coordinate your water and electricity.

Not all water in Alaska is created equal. Even if you live in the municipality of Anchorage, you may not have the same water as the people that live across the street.. If you live in Bayshore, your water is most likely not the same as the people who live on the Hillside.

Differences in water are due to the different water wells and aquifers we use in Anchorage. With this in mind, you’ll have to determine your filling capacity.

No matter where you live, if you are going to overtax your well, you should consider water delivery. And yes, we can help coordinate this for you.

Also, your water may be extremely hard if you live on the Kenai Peninsula or the Interior. Using hard water makes it difficult for hot tubs to achieve optimal water quality. Again, it may be a good idea to consider water delivery.

And, even if you have a good flow in your well, water delivery is a good idea. Water that is delivered is easier to maintain and balance throughout the course of its lifetime.

Depending on your make and model of hot tub, water delivery usually only occurs two to four times a year.

You will want to ensure your hot tub is close enough to a power source to maintain it electrically all year long. Typically, these power sources are located outside your home.

We suggest installing a sub-panel if you have a 20-gallon tub (our most popular). The sub-panel will ensure you have power to your tub without interrupting any other electrical needs in your home.

Contact us today if you have any questions about coordinating your water, electric, or other ancillary services.