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EV Charging

New to electric cars and the world of electric car charging? You may feel unsure where to start when it comes to choosing an EV charger for your home.

You know your car runs on electricity and you have to charge it. But how do you go about choosing the best charger for your budget, tastes, and needs?

What should you look for in an electric vehicle charge point?

If you’re finding the process of researching car chargers overwhelming, let’s break it down and start with the key points.

Start by coming up with a rough idea of your budget.

We’ll calculate the final installation cost once you’ve completed a Remote Online Site Survey, as details like the distance between your power supply and where you want the charger can influence the final installation cost.

Our guide prices will help you choose a price bracket you’re happy with.

Consider whether you want a no-frills product with a lower starting price or whether you’re happy to pay more for a premium-looking product.


If you’re after a product that simply charges your car, all smart chargers will do the trick. So, choose the price and style that’s right for you.

However, if you’re interested in exploring unique features available with selected chargers, explore this page for more info.


Most customers choose a mid-priced charger with some extra features that doesn’t break the bank. The Ohme Intelligent Wall Charger, Wallbox Pulsar Plus and Sync EV are some of our most popular products within this budget range.


Tesla Ev Home Charging Point Installation Company

Tesla Wall Connector

Installation only
£ 480
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  • Smaller and lighter than ever
  • WiFi Connectivity
  • Remote charging unlock
  • upto 22kW power output
  • 2.5-metre cable as standard

Wallbox Pulsar Plus

Stylish and simple to use.
£ 584
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  • Small and lightweight
  • WiFi and Bluetooth
  • Built-in earthing protection
  • 7.4kW power output
  • Convenient 5-metre cable

Ohme Home

Smart and intuitive
£ 550
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  • Slimline looks
  • Mobile data connection
  • LCD screen and LED lights
  • 7.4kW power output
  • 5-metre cable included

Sync EV

Small and discreet
£ 612
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  • Small and discreet
  • WiFi
  • Built-in earthing protection
  • 7.4kW power output
  • LED Indicator

Easee One

Simplicity and functionality
£ 629
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  • Beautifully compact
  • WiFi and mobile data
  • Built-in earthing protection
  • 7.4kW power output
  • Universal charging

Andersen A2

Premium charger & finish
£ 1200
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  • Quality design and build
  • WiFi and Bluetooth
  • Unique cable storage
  • 7kW power output
  • 5.5m cable included

The Essentials

Before choosing your charger, ask yourself these questions to make sure you come to the right decision:

1. Do you want your home EV charger to look good on the wall?

Your electric car home charger wallbox will be on display for others to see, depending on where you park and where you’d like us to install it on the wall.

Many customers want something stylish that suits the look of their property, like the Andersen A2. Or, they want a product that’s small and discreet, like the Wallbox Pulsar Plus or Sync EV.

2. Do you want the charging cable permanently attached or not?

One significant difference between most wall chargers is whether they have a charging cable attached.

Some electric vehicle drivers prefer the cable attached – like a petrol pump – as it can be more convenient.

Others prefer “socket only” versions because they offer more flexibility to source your own charging cable and can look neater when not in use.

Connectivity and APP Features

Did you know electric car chargers can do more than simply supply electricity to the battery in your EV?

Some premium smart electric car charger features include:

Scheduled charge – choose when charging starts and stops for your vehicle. Useful if you have cheaper electricity prices overnight, for example.

Charge history – some charger apps show you how much energy you’ve used and an estimated cost.

Remote lock/unlock – other products allow you to “lock” your charger via your phone to prevent unwanted use.

Features like these work by connecting your car charger to your mobile phone or tablet via an app, which requires WiFi or mobile data. If that’s important to you, it’s worth factoring this into your decision-making process.


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