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EV Charging Station Power Upgrade in Redlands, the Inland Empire, & Beyond

Enjoy 5-Star Service on Your Next EV Charging Station Power Upgrade

The most convenient place to charge your EV is at home, sweet home! But the standard EV charging stations provided by most dealers don't always deliver on their promise of fast, cost-efficient charging. At Burgeson's, we specialize in adding the appropriately sized EV charging circuit for your electric vehicle.

  • Honest, upfront pricing. Our electricians will let you know what you'll pay before any work is done. No surprises here.
  • Our "Better Than We Found It" Guarantee. If we don't leave your home in better shape, we'll have it professionally cleaned.
  • Excellence in service & skill.As seen by our4.7 out of 5 stars on Google ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐.

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EV Home Charging - Payments Starting As Low As $50/Mo

While many electric cars come with standard equipment, upgrading your dealer provided charger allows you to get the most out of your electric vehicle from the convenience of your home. $0 Down + Excellent 100% Financing Available.

How it works

What to expect when you install with Burgeson's

  1. Schedule your free estimate. Ready to upgrade your EV charging station? Burgeson's makes it fast and easy to do just that. To start, call us at 909-792-2222 or request an appointment online. We'll book your visit with a Burgeson's professional and have your new charger installed and ready to go as early as today! Customers can receive courtesy reminder calls before their service visit, so we've got you covered even if you forget your appointment.

  2. Get upfront pricing and apply for financing upon request. The latest EV charging stations are incredibly powerful and significantly reduce the time it takes to charge your EV. Your Burgeson's professional will discuss your options and assess your home's wiring and panel to ensure no additional upgrades are necessary. You'll receive an upfront quote for the work involved, and we can even assist with financing upon request.

  3. Get high-quality work and 100% satisfaction. A Burgeson's professional can install your brand new EV charger in just one visit to your home. In cases where a new electrical panel or wiring is required, we'll always be transparent about any additional time and cost associated with those upgrades. After we complete the installation, we'll ensure the station is working at the correct voltage and share information about its use and care.

Burgeson's offers some of the best guarantees around, including our "Better Than We Found It" Guarantee (which protects your home) and our Workmanship Guarantee (which covers your service).

What Are the Benefits of Installing a New EV Charger?

  • Convenience - Say goodbye to the hassle of public charging stations. Simply plug in when you get home from work or running errands, and then wake up the next day to a completely charged vehicle! Chargers can easily be installed inside or outside your garage, ensuring your EV is ready to go whenever you need it.
  • Time - On average, it takes the standard, dealer-issued 120-volt charger about 20-40 hours to charge your EV. Cut that time down drastically by having our team install a 240v high voltage receptacle, which charges your vehicle in 8-12 hours max!
  • Savings - As SCE rates have increased, so have public charging station fees. To reduce your charging costs, you can charge your EV at home during off-peak hours and allow PRIME rate eligibility. Have solar panels? You can offset a substantial portion of your charging costs for even greater savings.
  • Monitoring-Some at-home chargers come with smartphone apps or online portals that allow you to monitor your charging sessions, track energy consumption, and even set charging schedules, providing more control over your charging habits.
  • Home Value - As EVs become more popular, in-home charging stations are at the top of Southern California home buyers' lists, increasing the average home's value exponentially.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to install an at-home EV charger?

The cost of installing an at-home EV charger can vary depending on factors such as the charger model, electrical panel upgrades, distance from the electrical panel to the charging location, and contractor rates. During your free in-home estimate, Burgeson’s electrician will review all necessary factors and provide a custom quote suited to your needs and budget.

Where is the EV charger installed?

Your EV charger is almost always installed in the garage or outside near the driveway.

What type of charger is right for me?

This depends on how often you drive and how quickly you need to fully charge the vehicle. Level 2 chargers rely on a 240V receptacle which can increase the RPH (Range Per Hour) of charging by an additional 15 to 60+ miles. Standard 110V wall outlets are slower, but this could be just right for you if you aren't using the car every day.  

How long does it take to upgrade my EV charger?

Less than a day! The majority of EV charging projects take around 3 to 8 hours, depending on the location of the charger and accessibility to the electrical panel, among other things.

Do I need a dedicated circuit for the EV charger?

Yes, most EV chargers require a dedicated circuit to ensure safe and efficient charging. This means that the charger should have its own circuit directly connected to the electrical panel without sharing it with other high-power appliances.

Is my electrical panel capable of handling an EV charger?

It depends on the capacity of your electrical panel and the power requirements of the EV charger you intend to install. An electrician can assess your panel's capacity to determine if any upgrades are needed.

Is it necessary to install surge protection for the EV charger?

Surge protection is not always mandatory, but it's a good idea to consider installing it. It can safeguard your EV charger and electric vehicle from voltage spikes caused by lightning or other electrical events. Discuss surge protection options with your electrician during the installation process.

Are there any permits required for EV charger installation?

Depending on your local regulations and building codes, you may need permits for the electrical work involved in EV charger installation. One of the benefits of working with Burgeson’s is that we handle this process for you.

Can I use an extension cord for my EV charger?

No, we don’t recommend using an extension cord with an EV charger, especially for Level 2 chargers. Extension cords can cause voltage drops and increased resistance, leading to inefficient charging and potential safety hazards. It is better to install the charger closer to the vehicle's parking spot.

Can I charge different makes and models of electric vehicles with the same charger?

Yes, most Level 2 chargers use a standard connector, which is compatible with most electric vehicles. However, some Tesla vehicles may require an adapter to charge with non-Tesla chargers.

Is it possible to charge my electric vehicle using solar panels?

Yes, it is possible to charge your electric vehicle using solar panels. You can either connect the EV charger to a solar-powered battery system or directly to solar panels if the system's capacity is sufficient to handle the charging requirements.

How can I offset SCE rate increases with an upgraded EV charger?

SCE now offers a time-of-use rate (“PRIME”) for clean energy households, which includes electric vehicle owners. Enjoy the lowest off-peak rates available (between 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily) and save on your monthly power bill.


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