Installing an EV Charger in your home or business can be exciting and daunting at the same time. And while you might be anxious to get to work installing your charger for your vehicle(s), it’s important to take a step back and ensure you have all the information you need before installation.
Electric cars are great for creating a positive environmental impact; however, since the innovation is still relatively new, it can be a hassle finding charging stations that will power your electric vehicle. To solve this problem, many people install home or commercial charging stations that will save them money and add convenience.
If you’re thinking of adding an EV charging station to your home or business, you might consider doing it yourself; however, here are a few reasons why you should work with a licensed electrician.
When it comes to Louisiana’s hurricane season, lasting from July to November, you can never be too prepared. Whether it’s a sudden blackout caused by the storm itself or the lingering damages that prevent power from being restored, getting left in the dark is not only inconvenient but dangerous.
Though you can’t control the weather, you can control how you prepare for it. Installing a home standby generator is the best way to ensure the safety of your home and everyone in it. Start preparing for the 2023 hurricane season and see how a home standby generator can help you comfortably weather the storms.
Cajun Electric is proud to be a Qmerit Certified Installer, partnering to lead the charge in electrification—the shift from fossil fuels to a more sustainable, electric-powered future. We support making the energy transition easy by providing our knowledge and an exceptional installation experience for homeowners.
Only select electrical service providers earn the exclusive Qmerit certification, a symbol of excellence in electrification. You can depend on us to provide trusted installation solutions that meet the highest standards for safety and service quality.
As a Qmerit Certified Installer, we are:
- Properly licensed, fully insured and thoroughly background-checked
- Compliant with all applicable worker’s compensation guidelines
- Required to secure permits to verify installations meet local building codes
- Teamed with industry experts for training on the latest technologies
Ready to make the switch to electric? Make sure you do it the right way. Get in touch with our team today!