Residential EV Chargers

Purchase your EV Charger installation now

Power to the people. right to your driveway.

Installing EV chargers at your home can be a big decision. The cost of installation, and the potential upgrade to your home’s power grid can be time consuming. We take the guess work out of it.

Types of EV Chargers

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Level 1

A simple solution that uses standard 120V AC power.

Pros: Cost effective and good for low daily driving.

Cons: Slow to charge. 6km of range per hour of charging. 

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Level 2 – Recommended

A consumer and commercial charger that charges at least 7x faster than a Level 1. 

Pros: Flexibility in charging options. Best for medium to high daily driving. Increase the value of your home.

Cons: Some homes require upgrades to their electrical service.

Icon of a battery representing level 3 electric vehicle charging.

Level 3

Highest performing chargers currently available, using power up to 400A. 

Pros: Extremely fast charging that can “fill” a vehicle’s battery in under 30 minutes. 

Cons: Not compatible with residential electrical services.

It all comes down to your driving habits. At VCT Group, we believe that the future of energy should be easy to adopt. Investing in a Level 2 charger provides you with more flexibility in your life. With faster charging, you can take unexpected trips and have the charge capacity to support secondary drivers. A better charger means effortless EV enjoyment.

Your Home's Electrical Service

Everyone’s home energy capacity is unique. For effective EV Charging, we recommend 200A minimum on your electrical panel. Upgrading your home’s electrical service prevents breaker trips and gives you the flexibility to install future projects like solar power, another charger for a second EV, hot tubs, or pools. 

The Truth About EV Range in Winter

Your vehicle’s range is based on factors such as the full potential of the curb weight, standard driving habits and the kWh of the battery system. The reality is that winters are impactful on today’s batteries. According to the Norwegian Automobile Federation, most EVs on average lose about 20% of their quoted range during the winter, and more if you like toasty toes. This means that for about 5 to 6 months of the year in Canada, expect to charge your vehicle more often.

"Sales"-free Installation for EV Chargers

EV Charger installation should be easy. We’ve simplified the process by eliminating custom quotations, and allowing you to purchase the installation package that meets your home’s needs. 

Understand Our Project Sizes

Small Homes


  • Your breaker panel is installed within your garage and the charger will be next to it.

Medium Homes


  • Your breaker panel is in your basement and you require feeding the line between 10 and 15m of unfinished walls.
  • You plan to mount the charger outside of your home.

Large Homes


  • You need to run line from one end of your home to the other or through finished walls.

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