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When it comes to EV Charging at home, as with every other major appliance in your home–play it safe. There are a several ways a home EV Charging Station can be wrongly installed and thus pose serious safety risks to your car, home and family. Know them so you can avoid them.
Is having a Level 2 EV Charger worth the investment? Does it truly solve the issue of range anxiety? Dive into the right electric car charging solution for you!
A power surge is a usually brief spike or disturbance in your normal power flow. What is surge protection? Is the investment worth it? The answer is yes, and here’s why.
EV charging is projected to remain of the most high-demand amenities for customers and guests in 2024. If you’re considering adopting this at your hotel, restaurant or office building, you’ll want to work with a commercial electrician who specializes in EV charger installations, and here’s why.
Wondering about EV Charging at home? In this latest blog, we dive into your FAQs and provide a handy reference chart breaking down the Tesla charging speed for all current models.
Now that you have purchased an electric vehicle, the next question is how to charge it. The process of home EV Charging can be a learning curve as you can’t just gas up and go as you would with an internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle.
Failing to select the right professional for your electric car charger installation can result in, at the very least, a pretty shoddy looking installation. Worst case scenarios can include equipment failure, burnt up panels or worse.
If you’re new to the world of electric vehicle ownership and think a Tesla Wall Connector installation is in your future, you may be tempted to dive into the installation of this station on your own.
There are so many variables that it’s nearly impossible to determine a universally-accepted answer to this question. There are some simple guidelines, however, that you can use to land the right electric car for you and your family.