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An electric vehicle (EV) charger is a device that is used to recharge the battery of an electric vehicle. There are three main types of EV chargers: Level 1, Level 2, and DC fast chargers.

EV chargers come in different shapes and sizes and can be installed in a variety of locations, including homes, workplaces, and public areas such as parking lots and shopping centers. It’s important to choose a charger that is compatible with your electric vehicle and to work with a licensed and experienced electrician to ensure a safe and efficient installation.

The time it takes to fully charge an electric vehicle (EV) can vary depending on the size of the vehicle’s battery pack, the type of charging station used, and the current state of charge of the battery. Typically, there are three types of charging stations that are commonly used to charge EVs, and they offer different charging speeds,

There are several incentives and discounts available for electric vehicle (EV) installation services, including:

Federal Tax Credits, State and Local Incentives, Utility Company Programs, Manufacturer Programs.

We will provide information on the type of discounts and incentives as a part of our work.

The length of time it takes to install an electric vehicle (EV) charger can vary depending on a few factors, including the type of charger, the electrical system in your home or building, and the complexity of the installation. In general, a typical installation can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day.

There are two main types of charging connectors used by electric vehicles (EVs): the CCS (Combined Charging System) connector and the CHAdeMO connector. Most EVs sold today are equipped with one of these two connectors, although there are some exceptions.

Overall, while there are different types of charging connectors used by EVs, most public charging stations are equipped with both CCS and CHAdeMO connectors, making them compatible with the majority of electric vehicles on the road today.

Most electric vehicles come with a Level 1 charging cable that can be plugged into a standard household outlet, but it is the slowest charging option. If you want faster charging, you will need to install a Level 2 charging station at your home or workplace. Level 2 charging stations typically use a 240-volt power source and can charge your electric vehicle in a few hours, depending on the battery size of your vehicle.

The cost of an electric vehicle (EV) charger can vary depending on several factors such as the type of charger, the charging speed, and the installation cost.

It’s important to note that in addition to the cost of the charger, you may also need to pay for the installation of the charger. The installation cost can vary depending on the complexity of the installation and the location of the charger. Call us for a free estimated site visit.

Ensuring that your electric vehicle (EV) charger is installed safely and up to code is important to prevent any electrical hazards or damage to your property.  Our Profecionals, qualified and experienced team will recommend and do a perfect installation, We will take care of everything from Site visit, inspections, documents permits, testing. Contact us for more information.