Frequently Asked Questions

Most cities and counties require permits for exterior construction and electrical circuits. Check with your county or city to see if a building permit is required for hot tub installation.


Some communities have codes requiring residential barriers such as fencing and/or self-closing gates on the property to prevent unsupervised access to a hot tub by children under five years of age. Consult your local or county building codes to determine the need for a fence or gate.

No plumbing is required; your hot tub is entirely self-contained. Fill it using a garden hose; to empty, siphon with garden hose or submersible pump.

Yes, you will need to hire an electrician to install the 240 volt 50 AMP neutrally protected GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) which is sold separately. Your main breaker box will also need to have a 50 AMP breaker. Your hot tub is hard-wired through the floor or side wall of the cabinet, directly into its control pack. The GFCI is installed next to the hot tub on an exterior wall at least 5 feet from the spa water. (Exception: The Model 100 and Model 175 come with a 15′ GFCI protected cord and plug into any 120 V / 15 AMP wall outlet.)

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