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Solar Panels
Charge Your Electric Vehicle at Home with or without Solar Power

Do you have an electric vehicle or want to get one? Do you want to charge it at home easily and cheaply? If yes, then you need our home EV charger installation services. You can also opt for a solar panel system to power your home EV charger and save more money and the planet.

We will install a home EV charger that uses 240-volt Level 2 power to charge your car fast and conveniently. You can schedule the charging time to save money on electricity. You can also choose to install a solar panel system that generates electricity from sunlight. You can use this electricity to power your home EV charger and other appliances. You will lower your carbon footprint and reduce your electricity costs.


You can choose from many aftermarket chargers that work with all EVs except Tesla. These chargers have different features and prices, ranging from $400 to $800. They are more affordable and versatile than the branded chargers from the automakers.

Contact us today for a free quote and consultation. We will help you choose the best charger and solar panel system for your needs. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

1. How many amps do I need to charge my EV? Every EV has an onboard charger that restricts the total input power the vehicle’s battery can accept on Level 1 (110/120 volts), Level 2 (220/240 volts) or Level 3 (480 volts) charge levels. At Level 2, many non-Tesla EVs cannot accept the maximum power output of most home chargers. Typically, they’ll peak just under 8.0 kW. But as future EVs accept Level 2 inputs greater than 10 kW, you’ll be better off investing now in a home charger (and an electrical connection) that is more capable.

2. Do I need a smart EV charger? It depends. Smart chargers offer a lot of capabilities in addition to charging functions. Perhaps the most important function that smart chargers provide is the ability to notify you if a charging session is interrupted. You can also set charging times and receive notifications when charging is complete. A smart charger allows you to participate in a demand response program, but if you don’t care to do so, then you can also save money simply by opting for a potentially more affordable non-smart charger.

3. Is a Level 2 home charger worth it? Level 2 can charge an EV three to 10 times faster than a wall-style Level 1 outlet. If you own a plug-in hybrid, Level 1 charging may be fine for short driving distances. Level 2 charging ensures most new EVs can be completely recharged overnight, making them the smartest choice.

4. Why can’t I just use an extension cord? A car requires a steady flow of high-amp current that can overheat an ordinary extension cord or cause a ground fault. No manufacturer recommends plugging an EV into any extension cord for that reason. Most outdoor-rated extension cords with thicker gauge wiring can handle a Level 1 charge on occasion, but they are not designed to transfer an EV’s current for eight hours a night, every night. It is the same situation with a standard 240-volt extension cord. When you plug an EV into a charger, there is digital communication between the charger and the vehicle. This is what ensures there are no surges and no flaws in the connection that could potentially start a fire. This digital “handshake” also provides information that can be used by smart chargers, such as informing the user if charging has been interrupted. These vehicles are also under warranty, and automakers are not going to risk that so someone can use an old cable from their shed.

5. Can I use the charger that came with the car? You can still plug an EV into a standard 120-volt wall outlet using the standard charging cable that has been provided by the automaker. This is Level 1 charging and is painfully slow. It will only add about two to five miles of range for every hour of charging. It can be helpful in an emergency, but a full charge from ten percent would take days. If you aren’t traveling for a few days or have a plug-in hybrid (where you aren’t relying exclusively on the electric battery) Level 1 is fine, but if you daily-drive an EV, you’ll absolutely need a 240-volt Level 2 charger.

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Solar Panels
Boost Your Solar Panel System Efficiency

You invested in a solar panel system to save money and protect the environment. But what if your system is not meeting your energy needs anymore? Maybe you have new appliances that consume more power, or maybe your lifestyle has changed and you use more electricity than before. Or maybe you just want to make sure your system is running at its peak performance. Whatever the reason, you don’t have to settle for a subpar solar panel system.


Our Existing Solar Panel System Upgrade service will help you get the most out of your investment. We will assess your current system and recommend the best upgrade option for your home and budget. Our team of experts will install the upgrade with minimal disruption and ensure your system is working flawlessly. With our Existing Solar Panel System Upgrade service, you can enjoy the benefits of clean and renewable energy for years to come. Contact us today and find out how we can help you optimize your solar panel system.

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  • Upgrade your solar panel system if you have:

    • New appliances or increased energy usage that exceed your system’s capacity

    • Old or damaged parts that affect your system’s performance

    • A desire to optimize your system’s efficiency and reliability

  • Choose from three common upgrade options:

    • Replace individual parts: Suitable for older systems with defects or wear and tear; may have challenges with availability, compatibility, or warranty

    • Replace the entire system: Suitable for very old systems with major issues; will cost more and may require additional permits or inspections

    • Expand the system: Suitable for systems that are still working well but not meeting your current or future needs; may require upgrading your electrical panel, roof space, or wiring

  • Contact us today and let our team of experts help you find the best upgrade option for your home and budget

Solar Panels
Get Your Solar Panels Up and Running After a Re-roof

Have you recently had a re-roofing job done on your property, and now you’re worried about the state of your solar panel system? You’re not alone. Many homeowners face the same problem when they hire roofers who don’t have the expertise or the care to re-install their solar panels properly. This can lead to serious issues, such as reduced energy output, damaged components, or even fire hazards. You don’t want to risk your investment and your safety by trusting unqualified roofers with your solar panel system.

That’s why you need our team of professionals, who specialize in re-installing solar panel systems after re-roofing jobs. We have the experience and the skills to handle any solar project, no matter how big or small. We use the latest tools and techniques to ensure a precise and secure installation, and we test every system thoroughly before we leave. We guarantee that your solar panel system will be back to its optimal performance in no time.

Don’t let your re-roofing job turn into a nightmare.


Contact us today and let us take care of your solar panel system re-installation. We offer fast and friendly service, competitive prices, and free estimates. And If you’re in New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania, we have a special offer for you. We can refer you to our roofing partner NJ Best Roofing company, who can handle the roofing job for you with quality and efficiency. They are experts in installing and repairing roofs for residential and commercial properties, and they offer competitive prices and excellent customer service. By choosing our roofing partner, you can save time and money on your re-roofing and solar panel re-installation project.

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Don’t miss this opportunity to get the best of both worlds. Call us now and get a free quote.
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