Make charging your electric vehicle at home easier with our dedicated electric vehicle charge unit installation service at Extract Insulation.
With petrol and diesel cars slowly becoming a thing of the past, there are going to be plenty of new electric vehicles hitting our roads soon, which will result in longer queues for charging units across the country.
Beat the queues by installing your own charging unit in your home; a quick, reliable and cost-effective solution to keep your electric vehicle rolling.
If you’ve recently invested in an electric vehicle, you’ll quickly realise that charging it isn’t as easy as you thought it would be. There still aren’t enough charging points for the ever-growing number of electric vehicles on the road, which isn’t useful when you’re in desperate need of some charge.
By installing your own EV charger at home, you can charge your car whenever you need it and use the renewable energy you’re generating from your solar panels.
If you’re ready to go green and make owning your electric vehicle easier and cheaper, all you need to get started with an electric vehicle charging unit is:
No one likes to spend hours waiting in line for the next car charging unit to become available, so why not just install one in your home and never worry about running out of charge again?
Many EV drivers are switching to at-home charging, and here’s why:
At Extract Insulation, we’re passionate about helping homeowners make their properties as environmentally friendly as possible.
Our team of experts have years of experience and the best, industry-leading equipment so we can ensure a fast and efficient installation every time – plus ongoing maintenance to ensure everything’s running smoothly.
Electric vehicle chargers will normally be installed on an exterior wall on your driveway, or they can be installed on one of the walls in your garage.
Yes, there is something called the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) which the government provide to help cover the costs of installing a home charger.
However, as of April 2022, this scheme now only applies to people who live in flats or rental accommodation.
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