What can cause a hot tub to leak?
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Herein, how much does it cost to fix a hot tub leak?
The cost for repairing the spa leak, again depends on where and what is leaking, but in most cases spa leaks are fixed for under $500. Larger leaks buried deep in foam, or under the spa, are more likely $1000, and large scale freeze damage could be two thousand, or more.
Also, why does my hot tub keep losing water? Hot tubs will naturally lose some water due to evaporation, but not more than a few inches a week unless the cover is left open or it sees heavy use. A well-fitting cover can minimize water loss from evaporation. Lowering the temp when not in use for long periods or setting it to the economy setting helps also.
Moreover, why is my hot tub leaking from the bottom?
When Your Hot Tub Is Leaking From The Bottom. The first thing you are going to want to do is consider the most common types of hot tub leaks: Leaky spa pumps: If your spa pump is leaking, the likely culprit can be shaft seals, unions, or wet end volutes. Leaky spa lights: Loose/cracked lens can lead to leaks.
Is it worth fixing a hot tub?
A well made hot tub should last around 10-15 years. If your hot tub is only 5 or 6 years old, it almost always makes sense to repair it as you should have at least another 5 years life out of it. On the other hand if your hot tub 15 or more years old it is likely living on borrowed time and should probably be replaced.