Hot Tub Pumps, Motors, Wet Ends and Impellers

Hot Tub Pumps

Whether your hot tub pump needs fixing or you need a completely new unit, you’ll find everything you need right here. We stock a wide range of pumps, wet ends, impellers, seals and spares to get your hot tub firing again. At Hot Tub DIY we stock all of the major brands, meaning we have a pump to suit any hot tub and any budget.

Not sure what you need? Please take a look at our hot tub help guides so you can identify what you need before you buy. Still not sure? Then get in touch and we will give you the advice that you need.

Click into the brand to see the complete pumps and spares for each company.

Waterway Pumps

Complete Pumps & Parts

Aqua-Flo Pumps

Complete Pumps & Parts

LX Pumps

Complete Pumps & Parts

HydroAir Pumps

Complete Pumps & Parts

Balboa Pumps

Complete Pumps & Parts

About the brands we sell.

Waterway – probably the largest supplier of hot tub and spa pumps in the industry, known for their reliability and wide range of spares

Aqua-Flo by Gecko – with 30 years of industry experience, Gecko provide a range of sap products focused on value for money, ease of use and reliability.

LX – Produced in China and quickly becoming a market leader, LX provide quality pumps offering value for money and reliability.

Balboa and Hydro Air – Balboa, one of the market leaders, with over 30 years experience in the industry produce a wide range of quality pumps for all spas and hot tubs.

Laing make the make the most reliable pumps which can be fitted to most hot tubs and offer a range of quality variable and fixed speed pumps.

ESPA is a UK based pump manufacturer, with 30 years experience, recognised for quality, innovation and customer service.

Hot Tub and Spa Pump FAQ's

How do I know if I need a new pump?

If your pump is over 5 years old there are a few tell-tale signs that you might need a replacement. The pump may be making an unusual noise, a humming or whistling sound, it may struggle to start and you may notice that it is leaking. Some of these faults can be fixed, but fixing an old pump can often prove costly. Check that the rest of your system is functioning properly and if so, it will probably save you money in the long run to buy a replacement.

How do I know what pump I need for my hot tub?

First things first, familiarise yourself with the specifications of your current pump. There will be a label on the pump with all the information you need. You need to check if you have a variable speed or a fixed speed pump, what voltage you need and the horse power you require. Also, check your frame size and the size of the plumbing that your hot tub is using. Have a look at our handy guides that will help you figure out what pump you need.

How easy is it to fit a hot tub pump?

If you are confident with the plumbing and the electrics of your hot tub then there is plenty of guidance on how to replace your pump. If you are uncertain, we recommend you get a professional to install it for you. It’ll cost you approximately £100.

Related Links

Guide : How to fix a hot tub pump

Blog Article : New or repair pump