Whether you need a charging point installed privately at your house, or at your business location, we can give you a hand EV-ery step of the way. Choose Ellie's Electricians in the knowledge that we are a fully qualified business with NICEIC accreditation & also Witch trusted traders.
We currently cover all of London and many surrounding areas.
We install a variety of different charging points. From the inexpensive EV Ready WallPod or Zappi to the well refined and feature-rich EV Control Centre, we are more than happy to cater to any budget and location. Providing your home complies with current IEE regulations and you have a suitable electric capacity.
Most people’s cars are usually parked overnight so electric car owners rely on charging from home to ensure that their Electric vehicle is ready for use each morning. As well as being convenient, overnight charging also in most cases the cheapest time to recharge you vehicle.
Here at Ellie's Electricians, we want to make charging your electric vehicle as simple and as fast as possible.
Get in touch with one of our friendly members today to discuss possible solutions for your home/business or to book an appointment with a member of our team.
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We can help with most plug-in vehicle brands.
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At Ellie's Electricians in London we specialise in EV charge point installation. We have carried out many installations in London and its surrounding areas. Our experienced team will offer expert advice and a tailored quotation based on your installation, whether that is a single charge point install at home, or a multi charger install at your workplace.
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How much does it cost to upgrade my Fuseboard?The costs of replacing a fuse box or upgrading a consumer unit to a more recent one can vary greatly as it will depend on many factors such as: What type of board you require? How many circuits you have/require? How old you current fuseboard is? A typical replacement (Labour and part) starting at £650* and will include: A Consumer unit installed with RCBO's (RCBO's allow each circuit to be put onto their own breaker, meaning if you have a fault somewhere down the line, only that one circuit will trip leaving everything else in your home in working order. RCBO's also help electrcians identify faults quicker - saving you time and money on call outs, if and when faults occur in the future) NICEIC Electrical installation certificate and part P notification to building control Please note if electrical issues are found within the property during our testing, we will notify you the client and there may be additional charges, we will do our best to resolve small issues free of charge and bring anything else to your attention. *Rates are subject to VAT
How do I know if I should change my Board?Basically speaking, any consumer unit without an RCD needs an upgrade. This doesn't always mean a whole new consumer unit is needed. Consumer units with wooden backs almost always need replacing as these can often date back to the 1950's – a lot has changed since then!
How to check if your fusebox has RCD protection?Look for a button with T or test on your consumer unit. This indicates if an RCD is present. Don't forget to press the button to make sure your RCD is working as it should be. If it does not activate (turn off your power) or you have any concerns about it, then get in touch and one of our registered electricians will be able to help/advise you. Consumer units, like fire alarms, need to be tested regularly to ensure they are working as they should be. Remember they are there to protect you from electrical harm.
How long does a board change take?Consumer unit can take 3-4 hours to change, then they require testing and this can take an additional 2 hours. So all in all anywhere from 5 hours to a full day.
How much would it cost?This depends on what type of board you currently have, how many circuits you have/require and how old your current fuse board is. Prices start from £650* for a domestic board change. If you are still unsure please give us a call on 0203 995 4000 or email us at email@example.com with a picture of your current board and we will let you know if your fuseboard needs changing and if so how much it will cost. *Rates are subject to VAT
What is the difference between a fuse board and a consumer unit?Fusebox or fuse board were the old term (because they contained fuses) for what is now more commonly known as consumer unit. These more modern ones contain MCBs so are not 'fuse boards/boxes' but are sometimes incorrectly referred to as them.