Charging Private Home
The fastest, safest and easiest way to charge at home.
15 years of install experience.
Easy Steps to EV Charging
At VeCharge, we pride ourselves on being independent charge point experts, providing unbiased consulting and installation services. We are not tied to any specific manufacturer, allowing us to recommend the charging system that best suits your budget and requirements.
Our experienced team conduct a thorough assessment of your hardware and software and provide tailored solutions for your charging needs and location. Visit our products and solutions section to learn how we can help set you up.
If more complex installations, such as ground works, civil works or mains upgrades with long cable runs are required, VeCharge can handle the whole process for you hassle-free. See our projects here.
The assessment of home EV charging involves evaluating the electrical system and charging needs to determine:
Most suitable equipment (ie type of charger)
Installation method (ie where the charger will be located, how it will be mounted, the type of wiring and conduit required, and any additional electrical work that may be needed to support the installation).
The goal is to ensure that the installation is safe, reliable, and meets all relevant codes and regulations while minimizing any impact on the home's electrical system.
VeCharge consultants and installers have installed all kinds of stations and will support you in making the right decision the first time. We will provide you with customised advice on the following:
Power rating of 4 power options (3.7kW / 7.4kW /11kW / 22kW),
Solar integration requirements.
VeCharge also gives you a 3 year product and installation full replacement warranty.
Once a decision is made on the appropriate equipment you want, the charger is typically mounted on a wall or installed on a dedicated charging pedestal in the home's garage or driveway.
The charger is then connected to the home's electrical system, usually through a dedicated circuit and RCBO breaker.
Finally, the installation is tested and commissioned to ensure safe and reliable operation. After installation, the homeowner may need to register the charger with their utility company and/or obtain any necessary permits or inspections.