We’ve all seen it, whether it’s EV chargers or new cars or website hosting. For a very low price a company can provide you with the solution to your requirements. Excellent.
In the case of low prices for EV charger installations that you may have seen online, the reality may be quite different. Just read the following post from a well known EV forum…
For reference, this person lives in Scotland where they currently benefit from two grants but their findings paint a rather unfortunate picture of advertised prices.
Why is this the case? Why aren’t prices as shown on adverts? There are a number of reasons but primarily they centre around the following:
Every home installation is different and so requires different materials and amounts of work. For example:
In addition, advertisers know that the old trick of quoting a low price to generate customer enquiries and then selling them something more expensive can work. Good for them but not so good for you.
That’s not to say that there aren’t some instances where installations are completed for the advertised prices but, based on the experiences of the above person, it may be prudent just to double check what you’ll actually pay before committing.