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Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installation in Yakima & Pasco

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Driving an electric vehicle provides many benefits, including savings on fuel costs and a lessened carbon footprint. However, finding public charging stations or having to deal with the slow charging rate of the charger that the dealer provided can prove to be a hassle. To help you enjoy every aspect of your EV, work with the expert electricians at Campbell & Company. We can seamlessly install a Level 2 EV charger for your home for fast and convenient charging.

Start charging your EV quickly at your Tri-Cities home with an EV charger installed by Campbell & Company! Call 509-545-9848 to get started.

The Benefits of Charging Your EV at Home


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Stopping at the gas station is inevitable for conventional cars and trucks, which brings wasted time, impulse buys, and high costs of fuel. By charging your EV at home, you can skip this ritual and realize some great benefits:

  • Greater convenience
  • No waiting in line or wasted time
  • No unnecessary impulse buys or snacks
  • Lower energy costs
  • No fuel smells or messes

For more reasons to consider an electric vehicle charger for your home in the Tri-Cities area, call Campbell & Company at 509-545-9848 or contact us online.

Choosing the Ideal EV Charger for Your Home


Although you can comfortably charge most electric cars overnight with a 120-volt Level 1 charger, if you have a long commute, make lots of short trips, or just drive often, upgrading to a 240-volt Level 2 charger can make owning an electric vehicle far more convenient, and lets you skip the commercial Level 3 DC fast chargers and the lines to use them. When installing a Level 2 EV charger, there are a few factors to consider:

Panel Capacity

Make sure your service panel has the capacity to add a new 240-volt or 120-volt circuit that will be dedicated to your EV.

Installation Type

Many EV chargers are wall-mounted, but some can be installed in the driveway or other locations. Be sure to choose a weather-rated charger for outdoor locations.

Cable Type

Make sure your charging cable is long enough, rated for the application, and has the correct plug for your EV, such as the standard J1772 connector or proprietary ones for specific manufacturers.

Amperage

·        EVs have different charging requirements, with some needing as few as 15 amps, while some may need 40 or more. Consider the amperage draw you will need now and in the future, especially if you have multiple EVs, and plan accordingly.

Our experts at Campbell & Company can recommend the best charger for your needs, and we can install the dedicated circuit that it requires.

Call 509-545-9848 to request a quote for an EV charger circuit installation in the Tri-Cities area.

Hire a Professional for Your EV Charger Installation


While many homeowners may want to attempt to install their own EV charger, you need to work with a professional electrician for this project. Installing a Level 2 EV charger requires extensive knowledge of electrical wiring and the proper skills and tools to install a dedicated circuit. At Campbell & Company, our electricians are highly trained to expert install EV chargers.

Trust our experts to install your EV charger! Call 509-545-9848 to schedule an appointment.

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Why Choose Campbell & Company?


Since 1983, Campbell & Company has worked tirelessly to be a trusted electrical provider in Yakima, Pasco, and the surrounding areas. As a local, family-operated company, we always put our customers first, ensuring that we deliver great customer service and quality workmanship. You don’t just have to take our word for it: Campbell & Company was named “The Best Electrician” by the Yakima Valley Business Times.

Ready to work with the expert electricians at Campbell & Company? Call 509-545-9848 today or contact us online to schedule an EV charging station installation.

EV Charger FAQs


How fast is a level 2 charging station?

While a 120-volt Level 1 charging station may take eight to 16 hours to charge an EV battery fully, a 240-volt Level 2 charger can do the job 5 to 7 times faster. This is ideal for busy families who need to use their EV often. At Campbell & Company, we can provide the circuits you need to charge your EV as fast as possible.

Can I install multiple EV chargers?

As long as your electrical service and electrical panel have the capacity, you can install one, two, or more EV chargers. Most homes have 100-, 150-, or 200-amp service, but higher amperage service is available in some areas. If you need an electrical panel upgrade for your EV charger, talk to our expert electricians at Campbell & Company.
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