Commercial & Residential

EV Charger Installer

Get a Quote

Charging Stations for Multi-Family Housing, Homes, Businesses, Municipalities, and Adventure Networks.

Tesla, Rivian, Qmerit, & Wallbox Certified

The EV Charger Installation Process

If you’re looking to get an EV charger installed at your home or business, welcome to the club! There’s no cleaner, safer, or more convenient refueling solution. But before you take delivery of your electric vehicle, make sure to follow these important steps so you don’t get caught

First, make sure to have some general information ready to share with your preferred licensed electrician regarding:

  • What kind of charger (“supply equipment”) do you want to install?
    • NEMA outlet or Portable Level 2 charger
  • Where do you want to install your charger?
    • Linear distance from electric panel to charger location
    • Across any yards/parking lots?
      • Will trenching/boring/new landscaping be needed
  • When do you want the charger installed?
    • Expected delivery window for vehicle
  • How do you want your charger installed?
    • Surface-mounted, Flush-Mounted, or Pedestal-Mounted
  • Do you need any accessories?
    • Whole-home surge protector

Next, schedule a time to have them conduct a load analysis to confirm the EV charger(s) won’t overload the existing electrical capacity on-site. To remain safe and compliant with National Electric Code, a Main Panel Upgrade, Service Upgrade, and/or Sub-panel addition may be recommended by one of our Licensed Electricians. Be sure to screen your electrician, and verify they are a Licensed & Insured Electrical Contractor like Good Faith Energy.

Lastly, our project management team will pull any required permits from the city or utility, gather materials and schedule the job for installation. After the job is complete, we’ll schedule the inspections and make sure to close out the permit with a green tag.

Get Started

EV Chargers for Homes & Businesses

The demand for electric vehicle charging stations have never been higher than they are in this very moment. With almost every major auto manufacturer on the planet announcing a next generation lineup of electric vehicles, there will no longer be a shortage of electric cards to choose from. In the past, three main barriers existed between adoption and electric vehicles: cost, battery range, and charging infrastructure

Indeed, the upfront cost of an electric vehicles relative to a comparable internal combustion engine vehicle is still relatively high, but there are a lot of fuel and maintenance savings associated with driving electric. Consumers and businesses are becoming increasingly aware of this, and choosing to instead invest their money into an electric vehicle because of the long-term operational savings. Government subsidies are also helping in this regard.

Electric vehicles now have battery ranges that average between 150-320 miles, which shows significant improvement from what the ranges were 10 years ago. If there’s still one area where we have room for improvement, it’s in the build-out of a universal level 3 charging platform where any electric vehicle, including GM, Ford, Tesla, Porsche, Hyundai, Rivian, and others can plug in and get a charge, as well as the improvements we will have to make to the grid to support the electrification of vehicles.

Start Charging

Learn more about the benefits of Commercial & Residential EV Charging with the highest rated EV Charger Installer in all Texas, Good Faith Energy.

Request a Quote