Need an EV Charger?
Many homeowners have chosen to install an EV charger in their garage because they believe it will help save on fuel and improve the environment.
The installation process for an EV charger is much the same as installing a standard electric outlet, but there are some major differences that need to be taken into account.
• For example, first of all, you'll need to make sure you have enough power going into your house (so not just a standard 110V plug).
• You'll also need to provide your EV charger with 220-volt power from your breaker panel and install a breaker dedicated to this purpose.
• Other considerations include whether or not you can get electricity under the floor in front of an exterior wall; how far apart should poles be if they're installed outside; how high mounting brackets should be; and what type of wire is required for installation—copper, aluminum, or steel.
• It is important when installing an EV charger that these details are considered carefully so as not to cause any safety hazards.
All of these considerations make your decision easy. Call us to install this properly and to code.
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