Charge Electric Vehicles at Your Home or Business

Electrical Vehicle Charging Station Installation

Let our professionals determine the correct voltage and amperage for your vehicle charger. Our qualified service techs are capable of estimating the cost and location of your vehicle charger installation.

With the growing number of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs), installing residential and commercial charging stations becomes essential. These are also known as electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE).

Jurisdictions can use this guide as a template to provide clear information about residential and commercial EVSE permit requirements.

What You Need To Know

Plug-In Installation
A NEMA 14-50 electrical plug is used to plug different types of stations into a home or office. When working with an electrician, you must request them to install a NEMA 14-50 receptacle for the rating of your JuiceBox (usually a 40A or 50A circuit).

Ensure the receptacle is installed close to where you plan to mount your charging station. Please note that the NEMA 14-50 input cable is around 1.7 feet long. Additionally, the ground prong is farthest away from the JuiceBox.


Switching to Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles are in the front row of technology. It’s only a matter of time before we all switch to PEVs. If you’re planning to purchase one, it’s ideal to have highly qualified electricians knowledgeable about electric vehicles.

This is why we are here. We can determine the correct amperage and voltage your PEV needs. Moreover, we can research what you require for your new electric vehicle charger installation.

You can count on us to install your EVSE properly. This will help prevent your PEV’s wiring and batteries from shorting off, which could lead to costly vehicle repairs.

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