Choose Neo Electric To Install Your Electric Car Charging at Home Systems in Florida
We will provide top-quality work when we install your new electric car charging at home system in Florida
No more rushing out the door to get gas on your way to work when you have an electric vehicle (EV) with a charging station conveniently located in your own home. Several auto companies claim that half or more of the vehicles they sell in the coming year will be electric. EVs are quiet, reliable, and keep their drivers’ fuel costs down. There are a wide variety of residential EV charging stations available for home installation, so deciding the right size, shape, and power is important in determining the time it will take to fully charge your vehicle.
Our expert team of electricians with decades of experience can guide you through the process of selecting and installing the right EV charging point in your home. We have the products and services you need for a convenient and smooth installation process. At NEO Electric, we pride ourselves on providing top-quality work for our clients with zero headaches. Speak with a certified Jacksonville EV Charger Installation specialist by clicking below, and we will give you a project quote today on the electrical service or services you need. Our team of professionals is here to make your life better by handling all your electrical contracting needs.
What To Expect With EV Home Charging Station Installations
Charging stations have become a safe and convenient way to keep your electric vehicle charged and ready to hit the road. Most EV owners do the majority of their charging at home and at NEO Electric we provide the safest, most reliable electric car charging stations on the market. We are experienced EV installers and understand the best charging equipment so you can safely, reliably, and quickly charge your EV.
While prerequisites vary from state to state on the installation of a home electric car charger for your residence, there are some things to consider prior to installation:
- Charging needs: The most common EV charging station type installed in homes across the country are Level 2 chargers. Level 2 chargers require a 240V outlet. It’s the same voltage and wiring you would need for your water heater.
- Vehicle needs: Your type of electric vehicle, driving schedule, and driving distances will all determine your charging needs.
- Location: The most common location for an EV charger is a garage or a driveway with access to a charging panel. When looking for a location you’ll need an electrical panel approximately 10 to 20 feet from where you park. There are home EV chargers available with longer hoses if needed.
- Budget: Prices vary depending on features but typically charging elements that allow you a faster charge will have an increased cost.
- Energy company perks: It’s a good idea to reach out to your energy provider to check if they provide rebates or incentives for your home EV charging station.
Free Estimate & Schedule
We will work with you to determine your specific charging needs and quickly put together a free estimate, so you know what to expect. You can also select an installation date convenient for your busy schedule. Installation can take 1-2 days depending on the type of installation. We are available 24 hours in case you have a charging or electrical emergency.
How do Tesla chargers differ?
Congratulations on your selection of a Tesla EV. The most convenient place to charge your Tesla is at your home. Our qualified NEO Electric technicians are proud to be Tesla-approved Wall Connector Specialists. We are trained to install Tesla charging equipment and adhere to strict quality, permitting, and inspection standards. We recommend installing your home charging equipment prior to taking delivery of your vehicle so it’s ready to go when you are!
Tesla chargers have three main options:
- Wall Connector – a wall connector, when plugged directly into the designated electrical output, can charge your vehicle at a rate of up to 44 miles per hour.
- Standard Plug In (NEMA 5-15) – You can plug a Level 1 charger into a NEMA 5-15 outlet (standard wall outlet), and a Level 2 charger into a NEMA 14-50 outlet (large appliance outlet).
- 220V Plug Ins – Most homes today have the capacity to handle 220 volts in their electrical systems. Modern appliances all use this high voltage standard. There are multiple adapters that plug directly into a 220V outlet. These charge at a rate of 5-30 miles per hour (depending on Tesla model and outlet type).