Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Trust in Our Highly Trained and Experienced Electricians for Your Home's Electrical Needs
There are different types of home charging stations. Knowing which one is right for you depends on a few variables. While each type has pros and cons, it comes down to three main factors:
- What your homes electrical system can support (and if it makes sense to upgrade capacity first)
- The charging compatibility most suitable for the make and model of your car
- How quickly you want it to charge
Always Trust a Professional for an EV Charger Installation
Safety Is Critical
Installing an EV charger in your garage is a technical process that requires a highly trained electrician. Cutting corners or any minor mistakes, because we're talking about electrical work, could lead to an electric shock or a fire.
Our trained electricians will learn about your needs and advise on options best suited for your lifestyle.
The Benefits of Charging Your EV at Home
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
Choosing the Ideal EV Charger for Your Kennewick 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:
Our experts at Campbell & Company can recommend the best charger for your needs, and we can install the dedicated circuit that it requires.