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Residential Electric Charging Solutions
If you’re considering the purchase of an electric vehicle and adding an electric vehicle charger to your property, you’re in the right place!
To set up an EV Charger at home, you will need a certified electrical contractor experienced in EV charging station installation. JZ Electric Ltd. provides residential EV charger installation in Vancouver as well as support services.
Our electricians will come to your home to assess technical specifications for your site and the space where the EV charger will be installed. You will receive an estimate for the scope of the work required to complete the installation.
What is an EV Charger Upgrade?
When you purchase an electric vehicle or plug-in hybrid, you can use your home’s electricity to charge it. However, wall outlets can be slow to charge some vehicles so owners will choose to install a Level 2 charging station designed for home use.
There are three levels of EV chargers. We install Level 2 (40 amp) chargers.
Charging times will vary depending on the brand of charger, as well as the EV model and year.
We Install Level 2 Chargers For Added Benefits:
Most cars come with a basic level 1 charging cable that can take up to 18 hours to fully charge your vehicle. Upgrade to a level 2 charger and get the following benefits:
Save time, receive a faster charge
Convenience – you choose the most accessible location
Increase your property’s resale value
Take advantage of government rebates (see BC Hydro)
Uses a connection to a 240-volt outlet, like those used by ovens
Charges 30 km per hour
Takes 6 to 14 hours to fully charge a battery EV (4 to 8 hours for a plug-in hybrid)
We Work With Top Brands
Sun Country Highway*
* Receive up to 20% off when you order Grizzl-E and Sun Country Highway brands of EV chargers directly through us as an authorized reseller. Both are Canadian manufacturers offering affordable, powerful, and reliable charger options.
Our Services Simplify EV Installation
Obtaining electrical permits for Level 2 chargers
Upgrading electrical panels to 200 amps or up to 750 volts to allow for EV charging (if needed)
Supplying the cable
Supplying dedicated circuit and breakers
Installing EV charger outlet 14-50 plugs
Testing and run through usage with you