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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations For Residential Homes
By 2030, the Whitehouse plans to have electric vehicles (EVs) account for 50% of all car sales. With car manufacturers driving production to meet this demand, electric vehicles are quickly becoming a common sight on the road.
While the technology to rapidly charge at designated power stations exists, slower overnight charging at home still makes the most sense for day to day use. That’s why many of our customers have asked us about installing an EV charging station in their home.
Quail Services is Auburn’s Trusted EVSE Installer
Quail Services is constantly striving to improve the products and services that we offer. With the emergence of electric vehicles, homeowners are increasingly interested in finding ways to charge their vehicles from the comfort of their homes.
With an EVSE (Electric Vehicle Service Equipment), installing a level 2 charging station in your home is easy. These easy-to-use interfaces bring a steady, dependable flow of power to your vehicle without interfering with your home’s other circuits, so you never have to worry about blowing a fuse. Additionally, they bring quality of life functionality such as timed charging and even the ability to be controlled from your smartphone!
Stay Plugged-In With The Chargepoint Home Flex
Our preferred ESVE of choice, the Chargepoint Home Flex, uses a universal connector to provide a steady stream of power to nearly any electric car on the market*, including but not limited to:
- Chevy Volt
- Nissan Leaf
- Kia EV6
- Ford Lightning
- And More!
With an easy to use interface and a single adjustable unit that can be tailor fit for your power needs (50 amp maximum output), the Chargepoint Home Flex is sure to meet your EV needs for years to come. Providing your own equipment? No problem! Our licensed experts can install any ESVE or level 2 charger of your choice, including Tesla chargers!
*Chargepoint does not work with Tesla vehicles. Quail Services installs customer provided Tesla chargers.
EV Charger Installation FAQs
Can I Install A Charging Station Myself?
Most ESVS installs require a dedicated circuit of at least 20 amps, located near the area you want to provide power to, such as a garage. Most electric panels will need to have a circuit added by a licensed electrician in order to meet this requirement. In some instances, your main electric panel or subpanel may need to be upgraded to meet the required amperage. For your safety and to avoid damage to your panel, this should only be performed by a licensed electrician.
For Your EV Charging Station Needs – Trust In Quail Services
Your electric vehicle is an investment towards a cleaner future and a more convenient lifestyle. To make sure you never get interrupted getting where you need to go, have your EVSE professionally installed by a licensed electrician at Quail Services. We’ll provide a free quote for installation, and in most cases can have it installed the very same day.