BMW, Jaguar, Land Rover, MINI, FLO, ChargePoint, eMotorWerks, and other manufacturers have chosen Qmerit to provide a nationwide network of pre-qualified EV charging station installers. Qmerit's network contains some of the highest quality residential electrical contractors in the nation. We are focused on giving you a successful home EV charging installation experience from start to finish.
Specialized EV charger installations- EV owners are connected to Qmerit-certified installers, not random service organizations. Setting up your home for EV charging can be confusing and complicated without expertise. Qmerit ’s unique scoring system tracks contractor performance and customer satisfaction to help you get the best contractors available.
Competitive, local pricing- Qmerit puts you in contact with up to three Qmerit-certified installers in your area. You communicate directly with the installers throughout the entire process. Qmerit is not involved with any pricing for installations, your bids come directly from your selected installers. You are in complete control to select the installer you like best.
Easy-to-use technology saves you time and money- Our Home EV Readiness Survey allows you to provide essential information about your EV charger installation preferences right up front. This process reduces your need to answer repetitive questions from selected installers to bid on your installation. In some cases, the survey can enable installers to provide you a bid without a site visit.
About your home
Installation of a Level 2 (240v) charging station typically requires that you own your home or have building owner permission (required for permits) and if applicable, have received HOA approval to install your charging station. Also note that “smart connected” stations require WiFi connectivity, so you will want to check your coverage at the installation location. For multi-family housing, most apartment complexes do not allow individual installations due to the inability to track and calculate electricity usage. To find out more information on apartment and condominium charging options click here.
Charging Cost is Separate from Installation Cost
The cost of a charging station is separate from the cost of installing it. Our installers are licensed, background-checked, will provide you with an installation price, and assist with choosing the right charging station.
Pulling a city permit
Top 3 reasons to pull a city permit for your Level 2 charger installation
Safety & Protection: Permitting provides a final inspection process that ensures your installation was done safely and to the electrical code specifications. If a mistake is made, the city inspector is there to catch it and ensure it is corrected right away. All electrical upgrades must be done properly to avoid electrical and fire hazard risk.
Homeowners’ Insurance: If you ever have a related claim on your home (damage, etc.), your insurance company will likely require evidence of a permit on the electrical circuit upgrade.
Warranty: The Qmerit platform allows your installer to capture installation details that become helpful in the event that the station needs service or warranty attention in the future.
The difference between Level 1 and Level 2 charging
Watch this quick 1-minute video to learn more about Level 1 and Level 2 charging.