top of page

 Before you buy an electric vehicle, make sure your home can accommodate it. You'll need to purchase a charging station and have it installed. The options available to you will depend on the model of electric car you choose. and your driving habits. If you have an electric car with a smaller battery or drive less, you can charge it using a normal 120-volt household outlet. If your electric car has a bigger battery or if you drive more frequently, you might want to consider investing in a home charging station for faster refueling. Before making your purchase, give us a call so we help transform your house into its own private electric car fueling station—safely and effectively. We want to help you make the best decision for your home or business, so please reach out to us if you have any questions about installing a charging station. We promise to provide you with all the information and resources needed to make an informed decision. If you're considering buying an electric car, our licensed electrician can come to inspect your home first. This way, you'll know what kind of charging equipment you need and whether or not there are any necessary upgrades to your home's electrical wiring. Installation costs will vary, but Buri Electric will be able to give you a rough estimate based on your existing electrical system. Your County, city, or town may also require permits and inspections for the installation process.

NEMA 14-50R Outlet .jpg
bottom of page