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EV Charger Installation in Niceville, FL
So, you’re thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle. Or, maybe you just got one and are excited at the prospect of having your own EV charger at home. The team at We Care is here to walk you through your EV charger installation in Niceville, FL and the surrounding areas. As electric vehicles become more popular, at-home EV chargers are a necessary addition, both for your own sake and the benefit of any future owners of your home.
At We Care, we are licensed electricians, committed to our trade. As new technologies like EV chargers become available, we jump at the opportunity to learn more and educate our customers about what is possible. Call us at (850) 820-6710 to ask any questions you may have about charging your electric vehicle or any other electrical services.
What To Think About Before Installing An EV Charger
How much do you drive every day?
How do you plan to use your electric vehicle?
Where will you put the EV charger?
Typically, an EV charger goes in the garage. This is relatively straightforward if you have an attached garage. Level 1 chargers plug into a standard outlet and Level 2 chargers work with a 240V outlet, the same one used by conventional dryers.
However, if you have a separate garage with no electrical hookups or no garage at all, we will have to get creative with the way we install your charger. Give us a call at (850) 820-6710 if you have any questions about whether or not EV charger installation is possible for your home.
What is your budget?
Of course, your budget will play into what you are able to do as well. A Level 1 charger will usually be the cheapest to install, as you simply need to plug it into an outlet on its own circuit. However, you’ll still need to consult an electrician to make sure your electrical system can handle this additional usage. No matter what, an EV charger at home will be more economical and convenient than constantly charging at public locations, especially in a city like Niceville where the infrastructure is still developing.