Do you need somewhere at home to charge your electric vehicle, or do you want to provide EV charging points for staff or visitors? No matter your requirements, Tristan G Murless Ltd is on hand to provide the services you need in Weymouth or the surrounding areas. We have a team of qualified and accredited electricians who are highly skilled at completing EV charger installations, from single to multiple chargers.
Our team meets domestic and commercial requirements and can provide new electric vehicle chargers alongside other electrical work, such as fire alarm installation or property rewiring.
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When you purchase an electric vehicle, you must consider how you will charge it. You could use communal EV chargers, like those at supermarkets, petrol stations or in public car parks. However, the easiest solution is to install a domestic EV charger at your home.
If you have off-street parking, our electricians can install a personal charger at your property. Although it is possible to charge your electric vehicle off a regular 13A socket, it can take up to three times as long compared to purpose-fit EV charger installations. It also means having to trail a cable from the house to the car. Furthermore, a dedicated EV charger will mean less chance of overloading your circuits.
We fit wall-mounted chargers in any suitable location, such as in carports, garages or outbuildings. We always try and give you the best solution.
The electricians at Tristan G Murless Ltd are equally adept at fitting EV chargers at commercial properties in Weymouth and the surrounding areas. This could be for business owners who want to supply charging points for their employees, local councils fitting public charging points or any other commercial project.
We supply a range of products to suit your needs, including wall-mounted, floor-mounted and pay-to-use chargers.
Our team provides a thorough installation service in accordance with BS7671 Wiring Regulations. This includes making sure that EV charger installations are on a new, dedicated circuit and individually protected by an RCD (type A). Installations must be Part P tested by a certified, NICEIC-qualified electrician, such as the team at Tristan G Murless Ltd.
Our service includes:
Please note that while it is possible to hide cabling, the work required to conceal it increases the cost of the installation.