Nema 14-50 Installation for Apartment Building

When it comes to installing Nema 14-50 outlets or EV chargers for apartments and condos it can get tricky. It all depends on whether or not your property manager or HOA has experience with the installation process for plug-in hybrid or electric vehicles. Either way Chamberlin Power can help, we have dealt with all types of EV charger or Nema 14-50 installations for the past several years.

Nema 14-50 Apartment Complex Installation

This client needed a Nema 14-50 outlet installed in their apartment building. The property manager requested a couple of things from the tenant:

  1. A licenced electrician must do the work
  2. The electrician must provide proof of Liability and Workers Comp Insurance
  3. A scope of work, or plans of the installation of the EV charger

We were able to provide the property manager with that information quickly and get the installation of the Nema 14-50 receptacle approved. After a couple of hours of work the client can now charge her new Tesla in her parking garage.

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EV Charger Installation in Multifamily Residential

If you live an apartment building, condo or townhouse and need a nema 14-50 outlet or ev charger installed, give us a call today. We can walk you through the process or at least point you in the right direction.

To read more about installing ev chargers in multi-unit building or complex click here.

EV Charger Installation Rebates

Also if you are a customer of Southern California Edison (SCE) click here to read about rebates that are currently available to for electric or hybrid vehicle owners.

Nema 1450 Tesla Installation Newport Beach

This customer finally got their brand new Tesla. Now they needed to install a Nema 1450 receptacle in their garage to charge their car. Tesla offers two options for home charging. You can either install a Tesla Power Wall or install a Nema 1450 receptacle for the Tesla mobile connector, which comes with the car for free. Both options will charge the car relatively quick but the Tesla Wall Charger charges your car faster. However it costs more to install a Tesla Wall Charger, there is more electrical work involved and sometimes you need to get approval by the city you live in. Most people choose to go with a Nema 1450 because it is cheaper and you can still charger your Tesla over night.

The homeowner decided to go with the Nema 1450 option and needed to install the receptacle in a specific location between two garage doors. This is not a problem for Chamberlin Power as we have installed hundreds of these over the last couple of years. We were able to run power around the house and into the garage using an existing conduit for most of the run, to save the customer money.

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If you have existing power running to your garage, or where you park you Tesla, you can get a Nema 1450 installed in your home for less than $300. The cost goes up depending on how far away your main electrical service, electrical panel with circuit breakers, is from where you want to charge your car. On average we can complete a job like this in less than two hours. Two hours and then you can charger your car at home! If you need a Nema 1450 installed or a Tesla wall charger or an ev car charger, Chamberlin Power can help. Give us a call or use the contact form on our website to send us a photo of your electrical panel so we can get started. You can also read more about installing an ev charger for an electric or hybrid plugin vehicle on our ev charger service page here.

Tesla Charger Installation Manhattan Beach

Customer needed to install their Tesla EV Charger in their garage. They wanted the Tesla charger installation on the opposite end of his garage. We ran wire through a conduit to the other side of his garage. Now he has his charger exactly where he wants.

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If you need to install a tesla charger for your home or business, Chamberlin Power can help. We can custom design your Tesla charger installation to make it easy to charge your new Tesla. Our certified Tesla installers can easily walk you through the process or answer any questions you might have about ev charging. We deal with city inspectors for you as well as offer rebate information to save you money on your ev installation. Give us a call or use our contact form, send us photos of your existing panel setup and we can give you the best advice.

Tesla Nema 14-50 Installation – Long Beach

This customer needed a Tesla charger installation. We came out and installed a Nema 14-50 electrical receptacle so they could charge their brand new Tesla! If your buying a Tesla, you should know that it comes with a mobile connector. This plug lets you charge your tesla into a couple of different electrical receptacles, however this client wanted to charge their car the fastest way possible at home, without having to install a Level 2 Charger, a wall charger that is not mobile.

Tesla Nema 14-50 Installation

We were able to install the Nema 14-50 receptacle and install a new breaker in their panel to provide 50amps of power while they charge their Tesla. Now they can get on the road faster with a higher amperage charge through their Nema 14-50 receptacle. Make sure you hire an electrician that knows how to install Tesla brand chargers or is an expert in ev charger installations. Click here to read an article from someone who didn’t hire an electrician with EV car charger installation experience.

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EV Car Charger Installation Long Beach

This customer recently purchased a new Tesla. They needed a Tesla wall connector installed in their garage. We were able to install a new dedicated circuit in their panel and run that wire into the garage where they wanted the Level 2 charger installed. There are a number of different options when it comes to charging your electric plug in vehicle, Chamberlin Power has many years of experience installing many different types of level two chargers as well as NEMA 14-50 receptacles you can read all about it on our EV Charger Installation page.

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