As you well know, water and electricity do not mix well, and while this might not have much bearing on your day to day activities, it is something you need to keep in mind when you are looking to have lighting installed in and around your home’s pool area. Anytime you are looking to have any kind of electrical work performed anywhere near water, it is important to make sure that you have a professional electrician you can trust performing the work to ensure that you and your family are well protected from any risk of electrical shock due to faulty wiring or work that wasn’t performed properly. Here at Koehn Electric, we have a wealth of experience in helping Merced and Stanislaus County homeowners with their pool lighting needs, and we guarantee that we won’t pack up and call the job done until we know for sure the job is done right. Our team of electrical service professionals have the skill, training, and experience necessary to ensure you get the beautiful and functional swimming pool lighting solutions you need, without the risk that would come from entrusting the work to someone less experienced.
With new pool lights, there are any number of issues that can come to the forefront during installation, and they can range anywhere from inconvenient to outright dangerous. There is a lot that can go wrong when installing new swimming pool or hot tub lighting, but over the years, our team of professionals have seen it all, and we know what to do in order to make sure the job gets done right and everything is up to code. If you have any questions about our full line of high quality pool lighting services, or if you would like to schedule an appointment for consultation with one of our specialists, give us a call today. Our team of experts are always standing by and would be more than happy to assist you in any way we can.
Before you have new lighting installed in or around your pool, there are generally a few things that you are going to need to take care of or have taken care of. The first of these is to make sure that you have all of the proper permits in order to have the work done, and then you are likely going to want to make sure you have a sub panel installed at the equipment pad to make sure your new pool lighting has the power it needs to operate efficiently. After this preparatory work is complete, any metal components are going to have to be bonded, and everything is going to have to pass an electrical inspection. This process can be quite confusing at times, but our team of professional electricians will help guide you through the process to minimize headaches and help you get the most from your new pool lighting project.