ELECTRICAL VEHICLE CHARGING INSTALLERS

If you’ve got an electric car and somewhere to park it at home, a home electric car charger is a great idea.

The Process

  • Site survey 

    • Is your existing supply adequate for the additional demand?

    • Are the existing earthing and bonding arrangements compliant to the latest regulations

  • What features do you require from your EV Charger? ​​

    • Smart Charger (app controlled)​

    • Aesthetically pleasing

    • Cost

  • Choosing your EV Charger

    • We will recommend a suitable charger based in your current installation and personal preferences​

  • Planning the cable installation for your new circuit

    • Your EV charger has to have its own dedicated supply (must be must be on its own circuit)

  • Quotation 

    • Hopefully successful :-)​

  • Installation

  • Product demonstration 

What Charger?
Here's some of our favorites

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Zappi

No earth rod needed

App enabled

Programable (timers, Pin code etc)

3 Year warranty

Tethered & Untethered

Works with solar and battery storage

Available in Black, White & Grey

Unit cost around £550 +vat

EV Charger | #1 British Made, Solar EV Charger ⚡ myenergi

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Sync EV

No earth rod needed

App enabled

Programable (timers, Pin code etc)

3 Year warranty

Untethered

Small, compact, discrete

Available in Black & White 

Unit cost around £500 +vat

Sync Ev

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Andersen

No earth rod needed

App enabled

Programable (timers, Pin code etc)

3 Year warranty

Tethered (cable Hidden)

Full customizable in all colours

Unit cost around £900 +vat

Andersen_e-brochure.pdf (amazonaws.com)

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Hypervolt

No earth rod needed

App enabled

Programable (timers, Pin code etc)

3 Year warranty

Untethered

Programable LED colours

Available in Black & White 

Unit cost around £550 +vat

Hypervolt

Cost to consider.
 

  • Cable & fixings

  • RCD protection will have to be added or possibly changed to type A from AC

  • Bonding to your gas and water will have to be in place and the correct size before any electrical circuits can be added

  • Possibly a secondary consumer unit if your current one isnt suitable or the capacity is full

  • Labour to complete the works

  • Cost of the EV charger.