Your Corpus Christi Electric Vehicle Charging Station
If you have an electric vehicle (EV), an at-home charger is a must-have for convenience and dependability. Charging your vehicle at home can give you peace of mind that your vehicle is ready to take you wherever you need to go, whenever you need to get there. With an EV charging station installation from Mathews CCAC, our team can provide you with long-lasting service.
Our team of certified technicians can walk you through the installation process to help you decide on the best charger for your needs. Whether you’re interested in installing an L1 charger or upgrading your output to accommodate an L2 charger, our team can do it all! For more information or to get started today, reach out to the team at Mathews CCAC.
Charging Your Electric Car at Home
When it comes to charging your EV, you have options. For residential electric car chargers, you can opt for an L1 or an L2 charger. An L1 charger has a lower output than an L2. The higher output means your vehicle can charge faster.
Homeowners can install an L1 charger into a standard 120V outlet. This charger has a slower output – between 1.3kW and 2.3kW. This type of charger can take up to 24 hours to fully charge your EV.
With an L2 charger, your output can be more than four times more powerful than an L1 – between 3kW and 19kW. Compared to an L1 charger, an L2 can fully charge your vehicle in as little as 8 hours.
Depending on your goals and lifestyle, the team at Mathews CCAC can work with you to choose the perfect charger for your EV. Reach out to us today with questions or for more information.
At-Home EV Chargers and Your Energy Bill
Some homeowners are concerned that high output chargers like L2s will raise their energy bills. While it’s true that this type of charger has a higher output than an L1, the expense is minimal. In fact, you can fully charge your car for the same amount of money it takes to run a traditional air conditioning system for 6 hours!
Trusted Residential Vehicle Charging Station Installation
When you need to install a charger for your electric vehicle, always hire a professional electrician. Even though your home’s standard 120-volt outlet can accommodate an L1 charger, you shouldn’t leave any electrical elements up to chance. Our technicians can inspect your home to ensure that you have safe access to the electricity your vehicle requires.
You must hire a certified electrician to install an L2 charger in your home. Our team may need to update your power grid to provide the output that this type of charger requires. Remember to call on Mathews CCAC for trusted electrical installations. Stay safe and get out on the road quicker in your EV by scheduling your charger installation with us.
Call on Mathews CCAC
For dependable, long-lasting electric vehicle charging station installation, you need Mathews CCAC. We can install an L1 or an L2 charger in your home to get your electric vehicle charged and ready to take you where you need to go. Contact our team with any questions or for more information about EV charging stations in your home. Ready to get started? Schedule your service today!