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Professional Pool Electricians Helping Warm Your Water & Light Your Way

Whether you are a new pool owner or require maintenance on your older pool, you can trust our experienced swimming pool electricians in Houston, TX and North Carolina with your family’s safety. The combination of water and electricity can be dangerous if it is not properly managed. With more than 30 years of experience, our team at Tidal Electrical Services Services, Inc. has the knowledge and expertise to service your spa and swimming pool correctly.

Customers appreciate our knowledge of all elements of pool electricity, including:

  • Replacement of circuit breakers
  • New lighting installations
  • Changing of wet niche to LED
  • Pool motor repairs
  • Updating switches and entire pool electrical panels

Expect up-front pricing with our swimming pool electricians in North Carolina and Texas. When you call our office, we provide you with the average price range for the particular repair you require. Then, when our pool electrician officially inspects your pool or spa, we give you an official quote so that there are never any surprises.




You should never be surprised when your electrician delivers your bill. Before we perform services, we make sure to review your electrical needs and the proposed cost of those repairs. Our customers repeatedly report that our prices are not only competitive but also fair and honest. We never recommend repairs you don’t need, and we guarantee our upfront pricing principles.


The Benefits of Spa & Pool Inspections & Repairs

North Carolina law requires regular inspections at swimming pools, but the law does not mandate an electrical inspection. Nonetheless, it’s important to include an electrical inspection as part of your inspection requirement. The law does not require old equipment to be updated unless your entire system is getting replaced, which means that it’s extremely important to ensure that your equipment remains in good condition and your pool is safe for general use. It’s strongly advised you schedule a pool inspection in the spring, before the start of pool use season, and after the winter months have worn on your electrical equipment. Some of the key benefits to our inspections include:

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Custom Pool Lighting Installations

Create the perfect ambiance in your pool and spa with the guidance of our expert electricians. We show you the best route for the wiring and install controls that make it easy for you to adjust. These installations are particularly attractive for in-ground pools, though we can address your above ground pool lighting concerns as well.

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With all of the electrical equipment that is installed in a typical swimming pool, it’s important to make sure that your pool is safe and free from defects that could cause a serious injury. With so much water being used so close to electricity, it’s important to make sure your pool is secure and that all safety measures are in place and working properly.

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Hot tubs and spas are infamous for being serious drains on your electricity, costing quite a bit to heat if used frequently. The best way to cut on these expenses is through consulting with our team. We can show you the best way to use your electricity with innovative wiring and ensuring that all connections are correctly installed.

Frequently Asked Questions About Pool Electric Services

Does a Pool Light Replacement Require a Licensed Electrician?

Although you may be able to get the lighting apparatus out of the pool for replacement on your own, hiring a licensed electrician is your best choice. Pool lights can wear out over time, but you may not know if there are other problems with the system when you go to replace them. An expert electrician has the ability to evaluate your pool’s function, replace the light safely, and confirm that everything remains in working order.

Can You Get Electrocuted by a Pool Light?

With proper function and installation, you can safely swim in your pool without worry about electrocution. Problems in the system can put you at risk, however. Lights that have faulty equipment, as well as systems that are not properly grounded, could possibly release an electrical current into the water. This situation can be deadly, as water is usually a quick conductor of electricity.

Do You Have to Drain a Pool to Replace the Lights?

You may not need to drain your pool in order to replace the lights. In many cases, the lighting system is contained in a watertight box that an electrician can remove from the pool for replacement, then place it back inside. Keep in mind that the best replacement method depends on the type of lighting you have, as well as the reasons for replacement. Wiring problems may require other solutions.

How Much Does a Pool Cost per Month in Electricity?

As a general rule, you will pay $10 to $50 per month to run electricity for your pool. These expenses show up on your utility bill. Pool costs depend on a few factors, including the size of your pool and the type of pump. Variable-speed pumps tend to use the least energy, while single-speed pumps often use the most.

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Call us today at (855) 910-6750 for your quote on swimming pool and spa inspections.
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