Pool Wiring & Lighting Electrical Services in South Florida
High Voltage Electric is an electrical contractor providing pool wiring, bonding, automation, lighting installation, pumps & heaters wiring, and other electrical services in Palm Beach County, Broward County, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, Boynton Beach, and surrounding areas.Get a Free Estimate
Our Top Pool Electrical Installation Services
With so many electrical items associated with pools, it’s important to hire an experienced team. At High Voltage Electric, we have successfully wired over 10,000 pools and counting! We have 42 years of experience in Palm Beach County, Boca Raton, and surrounding areas, that shines through in our daily work.
As soon as you’ve received the electrical permit for your pool and the basic wiring work is finished, you’ll need to install your pool equipment and connect it to the subpanel. Our highly seasoned team can execute this task with ease.
Modern and sleek pool lighting technology can bring your pool to life! We can replace old pool lights or completely revamp your pool lighting system.
If you’re tired of manually turning on valves, LED lights, and your heater, consider a pool automation system. We connect your pool with the latest technology so you can control your pool with the click of a button.
A sub-panel is a small breaker box designed to power your swimming pool’s equipment. We always determine the location strategically to keep your expenses to a minimum.
Swimming pools work on the premise of a pump which is responsible for taking bad water out and filtering fresh water in.
Extend your swimming season and increase your comfort through an energy-efficient, reliable gas pool heater or pool heat pump. The right heater can keep operating costs low and extend the lifespan of your pool.
Above Ground & Inground Pool Wiring Service
Whether you’re a general contractor who is starting to build several inground pools or you’re simply a resident thinking about installing an above-ground pool in your backyard, you’re in the right place! At High Voltage Electric, we are a licensed, insured, and bonded pool electrical contractor offering services throughout South Florida, from West Palm Beach to Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Miami. Here is a general overview of the typical pool wiring process.
1. Obtain the Electrical Permit
Before the electrical work can begin, your electrician needs to secure the proper permit. As seasoned pool electricians, it’s easy for us to obtain the right permits.
Next comes pool bonding, a form of grounding that differs slightly from standard grounding processes. We use solid copper wire to bond the pool walls in addition to any auxiliary equipment that may come in contact with the pool water.
3. Subpanel Wiring
Pool subpanels typically stem off of the main breaker box. We carefully place the sub-panel and pool equipment in strategic distances of the pool.
4. Passing Inspection
The final step before your pool is fully functional is passing the electrical inspection. Once the inspector verifies our work, you’ll be ready to dive in!
Pool Contractors We Work With
Custom Watershapes Inc.
Treasure Pools & Service, Inc.
Endless Summer Pools of FL. Inc.
Ikes Carter Pool
Magulick's Pool Co.
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Fort Lauderdale, FL
General Contractor: Endless Summer Pools, Inc.
Boca Ranton, FL
General Contractor: Treasure Pools & Service, Inc.
General Contractor: Ike's Carter Pool Companies
Why Hire a Licensed Pool Electrical Contractor?
When it comes to your pool, you never want to cut corners, as you risk significant safety and cost detriments. The best way to ensure that your pool is wired properly is to hire a team that is up for the job. We are ready and eager to handle all of the electrical needs of our clients in Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Coral Springs, Miami, Palm Beach County and surrounding areas.
Our team at High Voltage Electric has been wiring pools since 1993, and we have a very high passing inspection rate. With thousands of swimming pool electrical services under our belt, we know exactly what it takes to ensure your pool is functional and up to code. Please note that we have an overhead of underground electrical service charge for our projects.
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With almost 3 decades of experience as a pool electrical contractor company, we are both equipped and experienced to help you with your future project. Whether you are an investigating homeowner or a contractor looking for a future electrical partner, we are always here to lend a helping hand!
How much does a typical above-ground pool wiring cost?
There is a huge range in how much it costs for us to wire an above-ground pool. Generally speaking, you can expect to pay up to $1,500 for the pool to be wired properly. For an exact quote, we encourage you to reach out to our team directly.
How much does a typical inground pool wiring cost?
Wiring an in-ground pool is more expensive than wiring an above-ground pool. The process of wiring an in-ground pool can take anywhere from 3-6 weeks depending on the size of the pool. Without project specifics, it is difficult for us to provide a quote. Please reach out to our team directly and we’ll be happy to give you a quote at no charge!
What affects pool electrical installation costs?
Many factors go into how much it costs to install pool wiring. The location of the pool, size of the pool, time of year, and shape of the pool may all factor into the overall cost. As we are always happy to provide free quotes, please reach out to us for an accurate quote.
What about monthly electrical costs to run a swimming pool?
There is a significant range of costs when it comes to operating a swimming pool. The location in which you’re in plays a significant role in your overall costs. You’ll also want to factor in what pump you’re using, the size of your pool, how long your pump runs and the speed at which they run, and how often you use the heater. While the costs add up, owning a pool in Florida is extremely worth it!