Our team is fully accredited, with over 80 years of combined experience in the electrical industry.
Electric car charger installations
Electric vehicles are becoming more and more popular. This is only likely to accelerate following the UK government’s recent confirmation that it will be banning the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030.
You can currently apply for a grant through the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), which offers up to £350 for electrical car charger installations for your home. As an Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) approved installer, Heath Electrical Services has been approved to carry out these works for you, allowing you to participate in the scheme.
When working with Heath Electrical Services to install your EV charger, our engineers will complete a free survey of your property to establish the best option for you. From here, the team will arrange a time and day to install your EV charger, minimising disturbance and maximising efficiency.
Car charging points we install
There are multiple types of chargers as well as brands on the market. As OLEV approved installers, our team can help to install a range of leading EV chargers at your home. All of the chargers that we install have been approved by the government to give you peace of mind.
Why have your EV charger installed by a professional?
By enlisting the help of Heath Electrical Services to complete your EV charger installation, you are choosing OLEV approved, experienced and highly qualified electricians. Our electricians will always ensure that the services delivered are tailored to your requirements while offering you professional advice.
Types of electrical vehicle charging points
When installing your EV charger, it is first important to familiarise yourself with the types of charging points, as this can help to determine which charger to install based on how often you use your car. For example, a rapid or SuperCharger is ideal for those who travel to and from home throughout the day as they can charge a vehicle up to 80% in just 20 minutes. However, the two most popular charging points for homeowners are fast and slow chargers, as these are the best solutions to conserve energy. In contrast to a rapid charger, a slow charger can take anywhere between 6 and 12 hours to charge, making it more suited for overnight charging. If you are unsure which charger is best for your home and use, our team can help during your home survey.
Find your Distribution Network Operator (DNO)
When installing a new EV charging device, the Distribution Network Operator (DNO) that supplies your power must be notified as an EV charger is classed as a ‘disruptive’ device. As installers, we’ll do this for you; we just need to know who to notify. If you’re unsure who supplies your energy, click here to find out.
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"Had our home charging unit installed by Heath Electrical Services, and they did a really professional and quick job of it. Will use again."
- Zap-Map is a great resource for owners and drivers of Electric Vehicles – https://www.zap-map.com/
- Energy Saving Trust provides information about Electric Vehicles and the benefits of energy-saving – https://energysavingtrust.org.uk/advice/electric-vehicles/
- Next Green Car has some great reviews and comparisons from the latest Electric Vehicles – https://www.nextgreencar.com/electric-cars/