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Spa Maintenance And Repair Contractors In Your Area

Diagnosing and repairing hot tub problems is not just for anyone. Spa repair services are specially trained in maintaining and fixing hot tubs (although they can sometimes work on pools as well). So when you've got a malfunctioning spa, it's time to call in these experts.

Reasons you may need to call in a hot tub repair service near you include:

  • Water chemistry issues
  • Error codes
  • Clogged filters
  • Tripped circuit breakers
  • Heater failure
  • Leaks
  • Pump malfunctions
  • Weak jets
  • Poor circulation
  • Burnt out circuit board

A spa repair specialist will take a look at these issues and may recommend replacing parts such as the

  • Thermostat
  • High-limit switch
  • Jets
  • Heater
  • Circulation pump
  • Jet pump
  • Control system
  • Ozonator

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price to fix a hot tub?

The average hot tub repair costs between $650 and $4,800. Where in that range you fall depends on the part that requires repairs.

Hot Tub Part Repair Costs:

  • Pump: $200 - $500
  • Jet: $75 per jet
  • Spa: $400 - $800
  • Blower: $90 - $200
  • Frame or cabinet: $200 - $1,500
  • Heating element: $160 - $360
  • Simple electrical repairs: $50 - $200

How many years does an outdoor hot tub last?

The average hot tub lasts between 5 and 25 years. These steps can expand your lifespan beyond its minimum:

  • Regular maintenance
  • Quality materials
  • An area sheltered from the elements

How do you get rid of an air lock in a hot tub?

Air lock happens when your jets stop working because of air in the plumbing pipes. In most case, it's relatively simple to remove. Take these steps:

  1. Turning on priming mode
  2. Turn the jets on low for 10 - 20 seconds
  3. Turn the jets on high for 10 - 20 seconds
  4. Repeat these steps 3 - 4 times if needed until everything runs smoothly.

If that doesn't work, check for leaks and clean the filter. Make sure the tub is fully filled. Don't try too hard; running the hot tub with air lock for too long can damage it. The right expert can take more advanced steps to fix the problem.

How can I find a good hot tub repair pro?

  • Ask the company that installed the tub for recommendations.
  • Check with your manufacturer for recommended repair pros.
  • Check online reviews of local hot tub repair services.
  • Ask about APSP (Association of Pool and Spa Professionals) membership.
  • Ask about licensing and insurance in your state.
  • Call around to get a feeling of the companies you're considering.
  • Ask about a free estimate to make sure you don't overpay.