Do You Have Sufficient Electrical Capacity?
All L2 Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) models or charging stations require a substantial power supply, with higher capacity requirements than your average electric range cooker, central air conditioning or a hot water system. Additionally, your power supply will need to be able to handle charging your Tesla and supplying power to other high-use devices simultaneously. Our Accredited Master Electricians can assess your home’s power supply capacity and provide the most professional advice and charging solution for you.
Can Any Electrician Install a Tesla Charger?
Installing a home charger requires running 240 volts from your breaker panel to your charging location, which is dangerous if not handled by an electrician. However, a Tesla home charger requires your electrical panel carry at least 200 amps of current, which is very lethal. If it were to be installed by a careless electrician, your home may be unsafe. That’s why it’s always best to go with the Gold Master Electricians at McIntosh Electrical when it comes to EV charging installations.
Trust McIntosh Electrical with your home charger installation! Our expert Licensed Master Electricians are Tesla charger installation experts. Plus, we always strive for excellence — that's how we got our Gold Master Electrician status from Master Electricians Australia (MEA). It is an honour for us to receive such industry recognition, and we pay it back by maintaining excellence throughout our work and giving you the best value for your money. We are so confident in the high quality of our work that we also offer a 24-month warranty on all services we provide.
So if you need a Tesla or any EV charging installer in your area, contact McIntosh Electrical now!