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Effortless EV charging answers for dealerships, condos, and homes

Putting you in charge.

Whether you live in a condo or a house, get the wheels turning on an easy charging solution that fits your choice of electric vehicle (EV), setup, budget, and lifestyle.

We’ve been installing EV chargers since 2012, and are recommended installers for multiple electrical vehicle brands and charger manufacturers. Count on our team of leaders in EV to provide you with a clear quotation, sound recommendation, and fast installation. 

Save yourself a ton of time researching options, our expertise and experience got you covered.

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Consultation

  • It begins with a site visit to your home or condo building. We’ll dive deep to understand your unique situation, and answer every question along the way.

Evaluation

  • We’ll assess the site where you want to charge your vehicle, conduct a load evaluation, and provide a clear quote so you know exactly what kind of solutions are suitable to you.

Installation

  • Truly effortless for you, our team got it all covered throughout the process, including engineering, on-site installs, finishes, and applicable signage.

Maintenance

  • Once your charging station is up and running, we don’t take off forever. Ask us more questions, schedule regular proactive maintenance, and enjoy a future-forward lifestyle―with us by your side.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What do I need to know about EV charging?

    Great question, and you can find all the answers in this small ebook we put together on the topic of  EV Charging for Condos. Not a big reader? All good, click the chat icon and ask away!

  • What is the installation process for a condo EV charger?

    As your partner, Signature Electric manages the entire installation process from beginning to end, including post-installation servicing and individual resident needs.

    First, we start with a consultation to assess the corporation’s needs and current capacity for EV charging infrastructure.

    Then, we’ll conduct an engineered load evaluation that will specify the condo’s electrical capacity and determine how many EV chargers the building is able to support. From there, we’ll consult with the property management and condo board so they can make an informed decision.

    Finally, we’ll work together to deliver a tailored solution for the condo’s specific needs.

  • What is SE’s process when we get a request for a condo EV Infrastructure installation?

    The process begins with a consultation to assess the corporation’s needs and current capacity for EV charging infrastructure. We offer an engineered load evaluation that will specify the condo’s electrical capacity and will determine how many EV chargers the building is able to install. From there we will consult with the property management and condo board to educate them and answer any questions they may have to ensure an informed decision is made. We will work together to deliver a tailored solution that responds to the condos specific needs. Signature Electric will manage the entire installation process from beginning to end including post-installation servicing and the needs of individual residents.

  • How many chargers can my condo accommodate? (Load Evaluation)

    This depends on the electrical capacity of your building and whether or not your building is using a power management system with their EV chargers. Signature Electric recommends performing an engineered load evaluation to determine the power capacity of the building.

  • Can my condo install one charger now and put off an expensive EV infrastructure project?

    This may work for smaller condo corporations; however, most condos recognize the benefit of investing in a more holistic, future-focused solution.
    Often, after the first charger goes into a building, the second is not far off. The responsibility of the property management team to ensure billing is managed, power needs are met, etc., increases. This is why we recommend investing in infrastructure that will automate billing and power management to reduce the strain on the corporation’s professionals and ensure ease of use for all involved.

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