Our vision at the Canadian Spa Company is to ensure peace of mind to our customers and continue to deliver a unique product that satisfies their needs. To fulfill this commitment we try to provide the customer with as much information as possible for them to make an informative decision when purchasing our products. One piece of information that the customer should refer to is the Canadian Spa Company Owners Manual. This guide outlines all of the specific requirements from installing to maintaining your hot tub and explains the Warranty details to you.
- When installing a Plug & Play spas be sure to plug directly into a wall socket and not into an extension cord
- Make sure you can provide access to all the surrounding panels of the hot tub in case service is required
- Be sure to fill up the tub before turning it on
- There are various local electrical codes that must be adhered to when installing your spa, make sure you research them first
All hot tubs must be wired with the appropriate sized wiring. Failure to do so will cause equipment damage and will not be covered by your warranty
All hot tubs must be protected with a appropriately sized RCD (Residual Current Device) in the consumer panel. If you require help with electrical installation contact an electrician.
These are just a few significant details that need to be followed to ensure that your warranty won’t be considered void. Please read over the manual before use to save you money and keep you safe.