303 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209

Residential EV Charging Installation

Bringing convenient EV charging to your home

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Convenient In-Home Charging

Owning An Electric Vehicle Is EZ

Installing an EV charger in your home can make owning an electric vehicle more manageable than ever imagined. With a reliable home EV charger, you never have to worry about being stranded somewhere waiting for your car to charge.

In-home charging makes owning an electric vehicle easy and reliable. Now, you can charge your battery in the comfort of your home, even while you sleep!

Ongoing Maintenance For Your Satisfaction

We'll Get You Set Up And Keep The Current Flowing

Owning an electric vehicle and charging station comes with many perks. But, just like any investment, proper care and maintenance are necessary to keep it functioning correctly. That’s where we come in.

We offer ongoing maintenance for your EV charging station to keep you safe and moving. We’ll ensure your charging station can keep up with your active lifestyle.

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Leading The Charge

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We Make It Easy For You

We guarantee you a stress-free experience

Expert Knowlege For Your Benefit

We stay up-to-date on emerging technologies

You Can Count On Us

We provide you with safe and reliable solutions

Residential EV Charging Pricing Calculator

Residential EV Charging Calculator

Home EV charging station pricing depends on the distance from the electric panel and the upgrades required. Use the estimating tool to the right to get an idea of your cost.

This is the distance of the conduit run from your main service panel to the desired charger location.

If you have a 100-amp panel, you’ll likely need to upgrade to a 200-amp panel before using your Level 2 EV charger.

You may need a sub-panel for your EV charger installation if you have enough power, but not enough space. An EZ EV electrician will survey your service and determine if you have the space.

If you’re not sure what charger to pick, we will help you determine the best charger for your vehicle.

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Give us a call, and we’ll happily walk you through our residential EV calculator tool.

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Our Process

Our EZ process makes owning an electric vehicle stress-free and efficient

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Frequently Asked Questions

The cost of buying and installing an EV charger varies depending on the site condition in which it will be installed along with the EV charger technology selected. Residential installations can vary from $1,000 to $10,000.

Step 1. Fill Out The Form

Click here to fill out our contact form so we can learn more about your project. We will follow up with a phone consultation to discuss your EV charging station project, including pricing, timeline, and upgrades.

Step 2. Review Your Design

During this time we will come up with a plan for the installation of your EV charging station. If needed, we will come out to your home to do an on-site inspection of your space.

Step 3. Let Us Take Care Of The Rest

After designing and engineering your charging station, we’ll make sure we have all permits and materials needed to install your charging station.

Step 4. Plug In

Now that your project is complete, it’s time to buckle up and hit the road!

We’d advise against it. Someone without electrical knowledge may cause damage to themselves, the charger unit, or the built environment with do-it-yourself installation. We’ve seen customers make the following dangerous mistakes:

  • Unknowingly working on a live circuit or live panel and getting injured
  • Pulling the wrong wire
  • Hooking the charger up improperly, which can damage the unit
  • Not protecting the charger against power surges
  • Voiding Warranty

Unfortunately, because electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) units are relatively new technology, there is little concrete data on their longevity or average maintenance expenses. We know that industry experts predict the expected charger lifespan to be approximately ten years

Level 2 equipment offers charging through 240V (in residential applications) or 208V (in commercial applications) electrical service, and is common for home, workplace, and public charging. Level 2 chargers can charge a BEV from empty in 4-10 hours and a PHEV from empty in 1-2 hours.

Level 1 Charging: 120-Volt

Connectors Used: J1772, Tesla

Charging Speed: 3 to 5 Miles Per Hour

Locations: Home, Workplace & Public

Level 2 Charging: 208-Volt to 240-Volt

Connectors Used: J1772, Tesla

Charging Speed: 12 to 80 Miles Per Hour

Locations: Home, Workplace & Public

Level 3 Charging: 400-Volt to 900-Volt (DC Fast Charge & Supercharging)

Connectors Used: Combined Charging System (Combo), CHAdeMO & Tesla

Charging Speed: 3 to 20 Miles Per Minute

Locations: Public

In North America, every electric vehicle manufacturer (except Tesla) uses the SAE J1772 connector, also known as the J-plug, for Level 1 (120 volt) and Level 2 (240 volt) charging.

EV Charging Installation Made EZ