An EV can both save you money and help the environment. However, you will need a charger that can handle all your EV needs. Knowing how to get your home ready for EV charger installation will help you be prepared.
Know What Kind of Charger You Need
The most important thing to know before installing an EV charger in your home is what kind of charger you need. Understanding whether your vehicle needs a Level 1 or Level 2 charger is crucial. This will help you determine how much space you have to clear out.
Clear a Space
You will have to clear a space in your garage or wherever you plan to park your vehicle. There should be enough room for the installer to work and for you to get to the charger.
Check Electrical Capacity
Before your EV charger installation can begin, check the electrical capacity of your home. Some homes may need an electrical panel upgrade before a charger can be installed. By working with a professional electrician, you can be sure that your home is ready for the installation.
Need EV Charger Installation in Big Lake?
If you need home electrical work to make life easier, Bayless Electric is here for you. Whether you’re planning to install an EV, you’re adding a backup generator, automating your home, or any other electrical service, our team can make sure your needs are met efficiently and affordably. And we’re committed to performing all work in as clean and green a way as possible. Contact us today for the best in electrical work.
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