What to Consider Before Installing an Electric Vehicle Charging Station

electrical vehicle charging stationAre you thinking about installing an electric vehicle charging station on your personal property or in your company parking lot? If you or your employees drive electric cars, this can be a fantastic, time-saving option. You can speak with your local electric service company about the many benefits an electrical vehicle charging station has to offer. Before speaking with an electrical contractor, however, here are several important questions to consider.

1. Which charging station is right for me?

There are many different types of electric vehicle charging stations available for both residential and business use. Your local electrician will be able to provide specific details regarding whether you need a basic, standard, and DC charging station.

2. Do I need single or dual ports?

How many electric cars do you need to provide power for? If it’s more than one, then it may be a good idea to install a dual port electrical vehicle charging station.

3. How much installation cost?

The cost of installing a home or business electrical vehicle charging station will vary depending on your location and specific needs. Generally, the most expensive element is the installation itself.

Want an Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed on Your Property?

Do you think your home or business would benefit from having an electric vehicle charging station installed? If so, don’t put the installation off any longer. Contact Neighborhood Electric Services of Snohomish and King Counties to speak with a professional electrician or to learn more about the process. We provide a wide assortment of electrical services, including electrical repairs, to meet your home and business needs. To learn more about our company and our free electrical panel current heat inspection offer, you can visit our website. Do you want to schedule an appointment? Call (425) 689–7770 today to speak with a representative.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

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