How We Work

Our installations are quick, clean, and hassle free with no hidden costs.

Our Process

We make EV easy with our three stage process.

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Site Survey

Before we install your ideal electric vehicle charge point, you'll book a free inspection of your property where we will make sure it can support the kind of EV charger you have in mind.

Our survey involves us checking that your property satisfies the necessary rules and regulations. If your property fails to meet regulations, then we'll discuss any changes which may be necessary. Our visit will also give us a chance to understand the finer details of your requirements.

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Once we've visited your property and have a clear idea of your needs, we will begin designing your EV charging solution.

Once we're confident that our design meets your requirements, we'll calculate the total cost of the materials and labour and then we'll send you a quotation. The quotation will include a complete breakdown of our price so that you know exactly what you're paying for. This way you can be confident that you're not being subjected to any hidden charges.

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Once you're happy with the design, we'll pay you another visit and swiftly install your new EV charger. Afterwards, we'll perform extensive testing to make sure everything is running smoothly.

Once we've finished our testing, your EV charger will be fully operational and ready for use. Before we leave, we will help you to become confident in using it. Then, we'll email you a handover pack containing your charger's instructions, warranty, and the required electrical installation certificates.

Save up to £350 per EV Charger with an OZEV Grant

In order to encourage drivers to switch to electric and hybrid vehicles, the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV) are offering grants to both homeowners and businesses to help cover the cost of installing electric vehicle chargers. For a comprehensive description of the OZEV scheme, visit the OZEV website.

Act fast! From April 2022, the EVHS will no longer be open to homeowners who live in single unit properties including bungalows, detached, semi-detached, and terraced housing. Book now in order to make the most of the scheme before it's gone!

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Home Owners

With the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme, you can apply for a government grant which will cover up to 75% of the cost of purchasing and installing a single electric vehicle chargepoint. The grant cap is set at £350 per charger. If you own two or more electric vehicles at your property, then you can apply for the grant to cover two chargepoints.

Application for the grant may only be made through a qualified installer. We are qualified to apply for OZEV grants, therefore we'll check your eligibility during your free site survey and offer to apply on your behalf if you qualify.

The main requirements for qualifying for the grant include:

  • You own, lease, or have ordered an eligible electric vehicle.
  • Your property has dedicated off-street parking.
  • Your charger is eligible.

From April 2022, the EVHS will no longer be open to homeowners who live in single unit properties so act fast!

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Business Owners

With the Workplace Charging Scheme, you can apply for a goverment grant which will cover up to 75% of the total costs of purchasing and installing electric vehicle chargepoints. The grant cap is set at £350 per charger. The grant will cover up to forty chargepoints across all sites owned by your business.

Applicants apply through the OZEV website and if your application succeeds then you'll be issued with a voucher. Once a qualified installer has installed the chargepoints then they'll claim the voucher on your behalf. We are a qualified installer and we'll discuss how you can make the most of the OZEV scheme during your free site survey.

The main requirements for qualifying for the grant include:

  • You are a registered business, charity, or public sector organisation.
  • You have dedicated off-street parking for staff and/or fleets.
  • You own the property or have consent from the landlord to install chargepoints.
  • You have received less than €200,000 of public support in the last three fiscal years or you are a public authority which can provide a no de minimis declaration.