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Who are we

Compare EV Charger quotes in your city or town

We know that home EV charging is new to most of our customers. With this in mind, we educate and connect homeowners, flat owners, renters, businesses and charities and landlords with reputable Electric car charger installers in the UK so that you compare costs for electric car charger installation. Our aim is to help the UK achieve our carbon-neutral status... together.

How we WORK

How do we work?

Follow the three steps below to get started

1. Tell us about your EV charger needs

Whether you need to install a new charger or upgrade it, we put you in touch with local accredited installers.

2. Where do you live in the UK?

We'll find local EV charger installers in your area. We have access to a number of installers all over the UK - wherever you're based in the UK.

3. Compare Quotes and £££

Get quotes from electric vehicle charger installers in your town or city. Compare quotes and save money.

Unsure of your EV installation options?

Each EV charger quote may be slightly different.  Even if you're just getting an idea of costs at this stage, we can talk you through your project.

WHAT DO WE DO

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About Our EV Charger Installation Quotes

EV chargers are now a must-have for thousands of homes and business owners looking for efficient, cost-effective charging solutions for hybrid and electric cars and vehicles.

However, like any relatively new service, it can be difficult to understand what you should be paying, what types of chargers you should go for, and whether you are eligible for grants or discounts that can make the project more affordable.

Our 100% free, no-obligation quotation service helps you connect with local contractors and specialist installers, compare direct pricing and make informed choices about which professional is right for you.

We also offer a library of EV charger information with tips and advice about picking the right electric charging stations, choosing the correct wattage, and the different levels of home EV chargers you should know.

Our EV Charger Costs Service

Each firm or contractor within our nationwide network is vetted and verified and must meet our professional standards before we suggest their services to our users.

We do not provide installation services ourselves and act as an independent directory to ensure consumers get the best possible deal. We only work with properly experienced, qualified companies.

The service is free and couldn't be easier to use:

  • Let us know what sort of project you have in mind – whether that’s fitting a brand-new charger at your property or replacing an outdated charging station.
  • Tell us your area so we can match your requirements with approved local contractors within your region.
  • We connect you with Bark installers so you can gather pricing estimates or quotes from each suitable provider and can compare the costs and breakdowns of the work at your leisure.

It is entirely up to you whether you decide to move ahead or keep the quotation information for future reference! We often hear from people looking to upgrade to an electric or hybrid vehicle and needing a clear idea of the total costs involved – our service is a perfect way to find out!

You can use the service as many times and as often as you wish, comparing different types of chargers, different size charging stations or different installation options to ensure you make informed, confident decisions.

Types of EV Charger Cost Quotations

If you are new to the world of electric vehicles, you may be surprised to learn that there are multiple types of chargers, depending on the car, your property and the electricity supply available.

When you request a new price estimate, you can enter any information you wish to be included, such as the style, placement or size of the EV charger you require. Alternatively, you can specify your vehicle and leave it to the professionals to recommend the most appropriate EV charging unit.

EV Charge Costs offers quotations for:

  • Homeowners across the UK
  • Level two and three EV chargers
  • 500 KW EV chargers
  • Solar panel EV charging stations
  • Commercial EV chargers
  • EV charger servicing
  • Upgrades to existing EV chargers
  • Replacements and repairs

You can also explore the options in terms of battery life cycles, average servicing costs, and running costs per mile if you are still determining whether an eco-friendly vehicle is the best option.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find a series of FAQs addressing some of the most common questions we receive from our visitors about how our service works and the process of fitting an EV charger at their property.

Why Pay to Install an EV Charger at My Home?

The growing interest in electric and hybrid vehicles has meant that you can often find EV chargers at service stations, petrol stations and shopping centres – but if your car needs several hours to reach a full charge, this is far from ideal!

Most people who drive electric cars prefer a charging station at home, often fitted inside a garage or alongside a driveway, to ensure they can charge the vehicle overnight without any inconvenience.

There are roughly 30,000 UK EV charge points, but these vary in speed, with a proportion providing slow charges that are unsuitable if you are in a hurry. Paying for a third-party fast charging station is also usually far more expensive than charging your car at home!

What Qualifications Should I Look for From an EV Charger Installer?

EV chargers are electrical devices and should only be fitted by properly qualified electricians or contractors with the appropriate certification. Most insurers require EV charge installations at a private home to be carried out by a professional with an Electric Installation Certificate (EIC).

Some firms also provide EV charge installations with certification from a competent electrician to check all the connections and components are safe.

Do I Need Planning Permission to Install an EV Charge?

Planning rules vary between regions, but normally you wouldn’t need formal approval to fit a wall-mounted EV charger. If the charger is going to be installed on a wall where you park off the street, it is on private property, and planning rules don't generally apply.

However, if you wanted to install an EV charger elsewhere, your local planning office might need to approve this, so it’s worth verifying before you go ahead.

Can I Charge an Electric Vehicle from a Standard Plug Socket?

In a pinch, you might get away with charging your electric car from a 13-amp plug – but it is not recommended unless in an emergency.

The power flow to an electric vehicle battery is much larger than a standard home appliance, and the car will take several hours to charge, if at all.

An EV charger is a far better solution and will ensure your car is charged faster, more efficiently, and at a lower cost.

Can I Fit an EV Charger Myself?

No – handling electrical currents without the right expertise or training is extremely dangerous and could even be fatal.

Unless you are a qualified electrician, you should never attempt to install an EV charger anywhere on your property.

What Does it Cost to Charge an EV Away from Home?

Exact pricing varies, but most supermarkets will charge different rates for fast and slow EV charging. For example, you might pay £0.28 per kWh for a slow 7kW connection and up to £0.50 per kWh for a speedy 50 kW rapid charger.

In contrast, most homeowners pay around £0.19 per kWh for a home charger, so the cost saving is significant and will increase over time.