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EV Charger Installation Services Bangor ME

Level 2 Charger Installation

Most EV users will want to have a garage, or house-installed level 2 charger. These require a 240v circuit similar to electric clothes dryers, or similar, high-voltage appliances. They typically charge 10-30 miles per hour, and your vehicle will achieve full charge in about 8 hours. 

Installation costs are reasonable and allow the most flexibility and peace of mind for drivers.

Level 2 units typically charge 10-30 miles per hour and achieve full range in about 8 hours. Installation costs are reasonable and allow the most flexibility and peace of mind for drivers.

Install Your EV Charger – Free Estimates!

We will work around your schedule to create a site estimate for an affordable, efficient, and fast EV charger. No more range anxiety as you can recharge your new EV right from home

THE FAST AND EASY PROCESS

STEP 1: CALL OR MESSAGE US

STEP 2: WE WILL PROMPTLY RESPOND TO SCHEDULE AN ESTIMATE AT YOUR CONVENIENCE

STEP 3: YOUR ELECTRICAL PANEL AND CHARGING SITE WILL BE CHECKED FOR PLACEMENT AND CAPABILITY

STEP 4: AFTER A PROFESSIONAL INSTALL, YOU WILL EASILY RECHARGE YOUR EV WHILE YOU RELAX AT HOME

Our electrical experts can customize a solution for your specific need.

EV NEWS

Federal tax rebates of $7500 are still available for many models. Efficiency Maine and Mainely EVs are great resources for researching incentives.

Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Equipment

There are federal tax credits available for electric vehicle charging equipment for both residential and commercial use. For residential use, this tax credit covers 30% (up to $1,000 per unit) of the cost of charging equipment and installation. For commercial use, this tax credit covers 30% (up to $30,000 per unit) of the cost. New requirements will take effect for equipment installed in 2023. This tax credit is available until December 31, 2032.

We are your professional EV charger installation company serving the following communities: Brewer, Hampden, Hermon, Orono, Webster, Stillwater, Higginsville, Green Lake, Verona, Lakewood.

Residential EV Charging Solutions Bangor ME

With all the new EV models offered for sale and financial incentives, it is a great time to get your home or business ready for EV charging.

Professional EV Charging Installation Services and Exceptional Customer Service Serving Bangor and the surrounding 5-county region

About Our EV Charging Company

We are a professional installer of the latest EV charging products. Since we live and work in Maine, you can be assured of local, professional service.

Our dedicated installers will arrange a FREE site estimate to determine your needs and provide options. From single to multiple charging ports, indoor or outdoor applications, we have you covered.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I charge an EV at home?

Most people who buy an EV, install a level 2 charger in a garage, driveway, or side of the home. Level 1 chargers are often included with vehicle purchase but are slow (5 miles of charge/hour).

Charging capabilities are between 25-30 miles per hour, so most EVs will fully charge overnight.

How much does it cost to install an EV charger at my house?

Typical level 2 chargers can be installed for as little as $800 with most installed under $2000 with site work. Panel upgrades will cost more.

How do I install a level 2 charger?

Level 2 chargers require a 240-volt outlet (electric clothes dryer equivalent). Some homeowners may need to upgrade their electrical panel if they have an older or underpowered home. A licensed electrician is in order. Chargers are typically installed in garages but can be mounted on pedestals in driveways, along curbs or on the side of buildings.

What can I expect from a level 2 charger?

Level 2 chargers require a 240-volt outlet (electric clothes dryer equivalent). Some homeowners may need to upgrade their electrical panel if they have an older or underpowered home. A licensed electrician is in order. Chargers are typically installed in garages but can be mounted on pedestals in driveways, along curbs, or on the side of buildings.