Electric Vehicle Charger Installation
You don't want to depend on local EV charging stations after you purchase an electric vehicle. Set up your garage by hiring JGB Electric. We provide professional EV and Tesla charging station installations in Leonardo, Middletown Township, NJ and throughout Monmouth county. Our Licensed electrician installs all brands of car charger stations and outlets, including NEMA 14-50 outlets.
We'll need to visit your location for an initial assessment to determine if your electrical panel can support a charging station. Book your assessment today by calling 908-461-8718.
Professional EV Charger Installation
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Level 1 Chargers:
Description: Level 1 chargers provide the slowest charging speed, using a standard 120-volt AC plug. They are typically included with the purchase of an EV and do not require special installation.
Charging Time: It can take 8-20 hours to fully charge a vehicle, depending on the battery capacity.
Best For: Overnight charging at home and for drivers with a minimal daily commute.
Level 2 Chargers:
Description: Level 2 chargers use a 240-volt AC plug and can be installed at residential or commercial properties. They are much faster than Level 1 chargers.
Charging Time: They can charge an EV battery from zero to full in about 4-6 hours.
Best For: Daily use, compatible with home energy management systems, and ideal for drivers with longer commutes or for commercial premises like offices and shopping centers.
DC Fast Chargers:
Description: DC Fast Chargers, also known as Level 3 chargers, are the fastest type available. They require specialized, high-powered equipment and installation.
Charging Time: They can charge an EV battery to 80% in as little as 30 minutes.
Best For: Commercial locations along highways, in fleet charging stations, or in areas where quick charging is essential.
Expertise: With years of experience in electrical services, JGB Electric has the expertise to install all types of EV chargers.
Quality Service: We pride ourselves on providing high-quality, reliable installations, and excellent customer service.
Safety First: Safety is our top priority. Our installations are performed by licensed electricians who follow strict safety protocols.
Local Knowledge: As a local business in Monmouth County, NJ, we have in-depth knowledge of local regulations and building codes.
Warranty and Support: We offer a warranty on our workmanship and ongoing support for any issues that may arise.
Customized Solutions: Every client is unique, and we provide customized solutions tailored to your specific needs and preferences.
Energy Efficiency: We can advise on energy management systems to ensure your EV charging is as efficient and cost-effective as possible.
By choosing JGB Electric for your EV charger installation, you are selecting a partner committed to delivering the best in service, safety, and satisfaction.
Residential and Commercial Electric Vehicle Chargers
Installing an EV charger at home comes with several benefits that make it a worthwhile investment. Here are the key advantages:
Convenience: Having an EV charger at home allows you to conveniently charge your electric vehicle overnight or whenever it's most convenient for you.
Cost savings: By charging at home, you can take advantage of lower electricity rates during off-peak hours, saving you money compared to public charging stations.
Time savings: With a home EV charger, you can avoid the time-consuming trips to public charging stations, especially if they are not easily accessible.
While it's technically possible for some individuals to install an EV charger themselves, it is highly recommended to hire a professional electrician for the job. Here's why:
Safety: EV charger installation involves working with high-voltage electrical systems, which can be dangerous if not handled correctly. A professional electrician has the knowledge and experience to ensure a safe installation.
Compliance: Local building codes and regulations often require permits and inspections for EV charger installations. A professional electrician will ensure that the installation meets all the necessary requirements.
Warranty protection: Many EV charger manufacturers offer warranties that may be voided if the installation is not performed by a certified professional.
The cost of installing an EV charger at home can vary depending on several factors, including:
Electrical panel capacity: If your electrical panel doesn't have enough capacity to handle the additional load of an EV charger, an upgrade may be required, which can add to the cost.Distance from electrical panel to charging location: Longer distances may require more wiring and conduit, increasing the installation cost.Level of charging: Level 2 chargers, which provide faster charging speeds than Level 1 chargers, tend to be more expensive to purchase and install.
The cost of installing an EV charger at home depends on factors such as your electrical panel capacity and the distance from the panel to the charging location.Upgrading your electrical panel may be necessary if it doesn't have enough capacity to support the EV charger.
Level 2 chargers offer faster charging speeds but are generally more expensive to purchase and install.
The installation time for an EV charger at home can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the installation and the availability of the necessary electrical infrastructure. However, on average, the installation process can be completed within a few hours to a full day.
The installation time for an EV charger at home depends on factors such as the complexity of the installation and the availability of electrical infrastructure.
On average, the installation process can be completed within a few hours to a full day.Hiring a professional electrician can help ensure a timely and efficient installation.
Using existing electrical outlets to charge an electric vehicle is generally not recommended. Here's why:
Safety concerns: Standard outlets in homes are typically not designed to handle the higher electrical load required for EV charging. Using them can pose a fire hazard.
Slow charging: Standard outlets provide lower power (120 volts) compared to dedicated EV chargers (240 volts), resulting in significantly slower charging times.
Incompatibility: EV chargers often require specialized connectors that are not compatible with standard outlets.
Using existing electrical outlets for EV charging is not recommended due to safety concerns.
Standard outlets provide lower power, resulting in slow charging times.
EV chargers often require specialized connectors that are not compatible with standard outlets.