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4 Simple Steps to Getting an EV Charger

Electric vehicles are the future of transportation. But keeping your EV powered up requires reliable charging equipment. Installing an EV charger at home is easier than you think if you follow these 4 simple steps:

  1. Get a Home Assessment

The first step is to have a professional assess your home’s electrical system. This allows them to determine the optimal EV charging solution for your unique setup. Key factors include your home’s electrical capacity and the distance from your switchboard to the charging location.

  1. Receive a Personalized Quote

Based on the home assessment, you’ll receive a detailed installation quote tailored to your needs. This will outline the charger type, estimated costs, and required electrical work. Make sure to get quotes from multiple vendors to compare pricing.

  1. Schedule Professional Installation

EV charger installation is a job for a licensed electrician. Attempting a DIY install risks safety hazards and voided warranties. When hiring an electrician, verify they are qualified, insured, and have EV charging experience. Quality installation ensures efficient, reliable charging.

  1. Enjoy Ongoing Support

Your work isn’t done once the charger is installed. Opt for a vendor that provides ongoing customer service and maintenance. This guarantees your system keeps working properly for years to come. Consider coverage like warranty repairs and over-the-phone troubleshooting.

Following these simple steps takes the hassle out of getting an EV charger. With a properly installed home charging station, you’ll enjoy convenient overnight charging and freedom from range anxiety. Let the professionals handle the electrical intricacies while you reap the rewards of driving electric.

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FAQ: Your Burning EV Charging Questions Answered

How much does it cost to charge an electric vehicle?

For those driving an average of 25-30 kilometres daily, charging your EV is akin to paying 30 cents per litre of petrol. Charging overnight costs around $3.00 for every 100 kilometres, depending on your car model and electricity plan. Fast charging can cost up to $10 for 100 kilometres and takes approximately 20 minutes.

Can I charge my EV at home?

Absolutely! If you have access to a standard outlet or a dedicated EV charging station at home, you can conveniently and cost-effectively charge your electric vehicle.

How long will it take to charge my EV?

With a dedicated home EV charging station, expect to add 100 kilometres to your range in just 15 to 30 minutes. A personalized home assessment by our licensed electricians will provide a more accurate estimation.

Explore Our Compatible EV Chargers

Our EV charging solutions cater to all major brands of electric vehicles. One standout option is the Terra AC Wallbox—a superior EV home charger offering quality, flexibility, and advanced safety features.

Key Features of the Terra AC Wallbox

  • Smart charging capabilities, including off-peak charging
  • Affordable and dependable performance
  • User-friendly experience with app integration
  • Ensures safe, fast charging while reducing electricity costs

Discover the future of effortless and cost-effective EV charging with Wallbox Smart Charging Solutions. Schedule your charging sessions to align with your daily routine, and let your car charge while you focus on what truly matters.

For more information, contact us and embark on your seamless EV charging journey today. Say goodbye to range anxiety and hello to hassle-free charging!


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