Hot Tub Repair in Salt Lake City, UT
Call Absolute Water Professionals for Hot Tub Repair Service
Have you noticed your hot tub not performing as well as it used to in your backyard? Perhaps you’ve recently tried using your hot tub only to discover the jets won’t turn on or the water looks murky. When you need hot tub repair in Salt Lake City, UT, Absolute Water Professionals has you covered. Whatever issue you’re facing, our team has nearly 20 years of experience to troubleshoot your repair. Our company is licensed, insured, and certified to provide swimming pool and hot tub repairs for residential and commercial customers. Contact us today to schedule hot tub repair services or to request a repair estimate. We’ll help you keep your hot tub in excellent shape year-round!
Affordable Hot Tub Leak Repairs from an Experienced Team
Absolute Water Professionals strives to keep our hot tub repair costs as low as possible. We charge a flat $100 fee to come and diagnose your issue, which includes our drive time and the first hour of labor. We charge $90 for each additional hour of labor, although many repairs are completed in the first hour. Any parts necessary for repairs are charged separately. If we need to order any parts for your repair, you’ll need to make a 50% deposit of their cost before we order them. The most common hot tub repairs we provide for Salt Lake City and surrounding area residents include:
- Hot Tub Leak Repairs – Having a hot tub leak is more than just a major bummer. If not repaired quickly, it can lead to more catastrophic repairs. Common causes for a hot tub leak include leaky circulation pump seals, faulty valves or connections, or issues with your heater or jets. Because it can often be difficult pinpointing the exact cause of a hot tub leak, you’re better off calling repair experts than trying to troubleshoot it yourself.
- Jets Aren’t Working – Most hot tub owners enjoy using the jets for relaxing water massages. When they aren’t functioning, it can put a damper on your entire hot tub experience. Occasionally, a build-up of calcium or dirt could be the culprit. Be sure to check for signs of debris and ensure your jets are clear. You could also have too much air inside the jet lines.
- Cold Water – If your hot tub doesn’t heat, you could have a damaged heater, a faulty thermostat, or a blockage somewhere in your water circulation system. While lukewarm water won’t hurt your hot tub, freezing water could damage your pump if ignored.
- Noisy Pump – A screeching sound from your pump could indicate bearings in need of lubrication. You could also have a blockage or a faulty circulation pump in need of replacement. Be sure to clear away any visible clogs and top off your water. If that doesn’t help, it’s probably time to call in the professionals.
- Dirty Water – Your hot tub water should never appear murky, foamy, or cloudy. Testing the water quality multiple times per week is recommended to avoid this issue. You need to keep an eye on the pH, chlorine, bromine, alkalinity, and calcium hardness levels. You may need to shock the water with a fresh batch of chemicals. If this doesn’t clear it up, it may be time to empty the hot tub and clean it thoroughly before refilling it. Think of this as an occasional reset button.
How Much Maintenance Does a Hot Tub Require?
Wear-and-tear from age and the elements will ultimately take a toll on any hot tub and its components. However, you may be able to prevent costly hot tub repairs with regular hot tub maintenance. Absolute Water Professionals has weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly maintenance packages available. Many hot tub owners prefer letting us handle all their maintenance needs because of the peace of mind it gives them. Our technicians will check and balance your hot tub’s chemicals, top off the water level, vacuum debris, clean the filters, and thoroughly inspect everything to ensure your hot tub is functioning properly. You can also count on us to drain and refill your hot tub at least four times per year for peak performance.
What’s the Difference Between a Hot Tub and a Spa?
One question we hear often is, “what’s the difference between a hot tub and a spa?” While you may hear the two terms used interchangeably, what our customers have sitting in their backyards are typically hot tubs. A hot tub is an above-ground portable spa that is entirely self-contained without any additional plumbing required. A spa can be an in-ground body of water similar to a swimming pool or an above-ground hot tub equipped with powerful jets. A standard hot tub is usually easier to heat and care for than a spa, not to mention they’re often more comfortable and energy-efficient. The cost of installing a hot tub or spa will vary by model and the number of accessories you choose to include.
Need Expert Hot Tub Troubleshooting Tips or Advice?
If you could use hot tub troubleshooting tips or advice, turn to the experts at Absolute Water Professionals. We have nearly 20 years of experience under our belt to provide an accurate diagnosis and repair for many common hot tub repair issues. Salt Lake City, UT and surrounding area residents rely on our team for hot tub inspections, maintenance, and repairs, so they can get back to enjoying a relaxing soak as quickly as possible. Contact our local hot tub experts today to schedule an appointment at your home or commercial facility. We also recommend viewing our testimonials to see how we can help!