Whether you have a detached garage or want to set up your own charging station, there are many options available. Cooper Mechanical Services can help you determine which type of charger is best for your home. You can install a Level 2 or Level 3 charger, and they will be happy to help you choose the best one for your specific needs. We also offer full electrical system upgrades and a full breakdown of the equipment we use.
The Electrician Should Be Able To Provide You With A Written Estimate
To install a Level 2 EV charger, you must hire a professional electrician. An electrician is required to be certified and will make sure the installation is completed safely. Even if you hire a nonprofessional, they should pass a test to ensure safety. The electrician should be able to provide you with a written estimate. However, it’s best to go with a certified professional because they’ll be able to answer any questions you may have.
A Level 1 Electric Vehicle charger installlation, and plugs into a standard 120-volt outlet. You can charge an electric car overnight with a Level 1 charger, but it may take up to 20 hours to completely charge your car. A Level 1 charger can be a good option for residential use and doesn’t require a professional installation. But, if you have a business or commercial location, you may need a Level 3 station.