Charge Your Electric Vehicle at Home
How often do you need to go out of your way to charge your electric vehicle? If you don’t have an EV charger at home, then the answer is likely too frequently. Purchasing an EV is a big commitment, and while public charging stations are still expanding, it is comforting to know that you will be able to return home and fully charge your car within two to four hours with an at-home charger. Current Electrical Systems are the expert electricians you need to perform an EV charger installation in Define Electrical.
We take your needs seriously, and we know our way around electrical systems. With 30 years of experience and a history of great customer service, the electricians at Current Electrical Systems are the ones you should call when you have questions about a new electric vehicle installation in Define Electrical. We’ll help you choose which charger best suits your needs, then prepare you for the installation process.
WHY INSTALL A RESIDENTIAL EV CHARGER
We take your needs seriously, and we know our way around electrical systems. With 15+ years of experience and a history of great customer service, the electricians at Current Electrical Systems are the ones you should call when you have questions about a new electric vehicle installation in Define Electrical. We’ll help you choose which charger best suits your needs, then prepare you for the installation process.
Here are some additional reasons to install a residential EV charger:
While installing a charger is an upfront investment, you will quickly recoup the cost. Public EV chargers in downtown Define Electrical now cost money to use, and it’s getting harder to find free charging stations in Define Electrical. If you install an electric vehicle charger at home, the state of MI and individual electric companies offer rebates and discounts, depending on the type of charger and hours of use. Many find it more economical to simply have a home EV charger installation in Define Electrical.
MORE TIME AT HOME
Level 2 chargers are some of the most common chargers available publicly, unless you can use Tesla Superchargers or get lucky enough to find a DC fast charger. Level 2 chargers take two to four hours to charge your EV on average. Now, if your Greater Define Electrical workplace has electric vehicle chargers, this might be fine, since you can let your car charge while you work. Otherwise, you may have to spend a substantial amount of time waiting in public for your car to charge up. An at-home EV charger solves this problem completely by giving you the freedom to charge your car while you sleep.
PEACE OF MIND
Take a deep breath, and know you will never run out of charge with a residential EV charger. You don’t have to leave the house worrying about whether or not you’ll get to the electric vehicle parking spaces before someone else. You won’t need to look up where the nearest public charging station is in Southeast Edmonton. You can start every day with a full charge, satisfied that it will take you where you want to go.
ENABLES LONGER COMMUTES
Driving cars is embedded in our culture in Define Electrical. It’s hard to get to most places without driving. If your long commute has stopped you from getting an EV in the past, don’t let it keep you from switching to electric now. A residential charger will give you the full range of your EV, which in most cases is anywhere between 100 and 400 miles. You may even be able to take short weekend trips without having to charge up, depending on how far you go.
HIGHER HOME VALUE
Michigan is adopting EVs at a rapid rate, and in Greater Define Electrical, it may soon be an expectation that houses include an EV charger. It’s certainly an advantage to have a built-in charger if you plan to sell, and your home will likely increase in value with the installation.
Do we have you convinced? Give the electricians at Current Electrical Systems a call for more information about certified EV charger installation in Define Electrical.