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Pool and Spa Lighting

Pool and Spa Lighting

We love pools and spas here at John's Electric. There is nothing better than taking advantage of the beautiful Alabama weather than going home to your swimming pool after a hard day’s work and cooling off in the pool. It’s very relaxing. The ambiance that comes from your pool and spa fixtures is equally as important as the pool itself. Everybody will comment on how beautiful your pool is.

With that said nothing is worse than having a nice beautiful pool, and the lights stop working in it. We get calls all the time at John's Electric to repair pool and spa fixtures. This is understandable because if you don’t know what you’re doing when it comes to pool and spa fixtures, electricity and water can be a deadly combination. It’s always best to call an expert from John's Electric.

We can install new fixtures, lamps and make repairs to your spa or pool. We also can install and repair the electrical components of your pool, such as motors and time clocks.

Is your pool safe?

If you have any questions or concerns about your pool or spa, please give us a call today. We can do a safety check and make sure your pool has been properly grounded and bonded.

Grounding is one of the most important aspects of your electrical system. Bonding is a crucial aspect of your electrical system for your home and your pool and spa. Because without it, if something goes wrong and an ungrounded conductor comes in contact with a guard rail, the pool enclosure or the water itself, the unexpected victim will receive a shock and potentially be electrocuted due to the un-cleared fault.

To keep it very simple bonding is connecting electrical devices together in the attempt to trip a breaker if an ungrounded conductor touches surface metal associated with the system.

Your electrical system, including your pool and spa, must be grounded and bonded. It must be tied to the actual earth. Electrical grounding and bonding should only be handled by a licensed contractor. No exceptions.

The National Electric Code has more rules when it comes to grounding than any other component because proper grounding and bonding practices means life and death. If you have any questions or concerns about the grounding and bonding in your home or business, please call the experts at John's Electric today.

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About John's Electric

Linn Park Fountain, Birmingham, AL

John's Electric Inc. is a family owned and operated electrical contractor business that proudly provides electrician services in Birmingham, AL and the surrounding areas such as Hoover, Homewood, Chelsea, Vestavia Hills, Pelham, Alabaster, Trussville, and Mountain Brook. John's Electric provides residential and commercial electrical solutions at competitive rates. We have been in this line of work for 30 years, giving us not only experience but expertise as well. You can depend on us. We are a state licensed electrician (#03875) for your protection.

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What others say about John's Electric Service

Great company! He called and came out right away. They were on time, did a good job and gave me a good price! Very happy!

Deana C.
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John's Electric did a very thorough,quick and thrifty job! I would absolutely recommend them for your electrical work! Bravo!

VJ Sazera
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Very pleased with John's. Free estimate, on time, quality work. Also very happy to show me electrical contractor's license and other credentials when I asked to see them. Would definitely recommend!

Clare J.
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Aubrey was courteous, prompt and helpful. He knew what I needed quickly. I will be calling him the next time I need electrical service. Gave me a great price.

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