There are over 1,600 public EV charging stations in the Round Rock, Texas area and many more are being installed all the time. Additionally, many Round Rock residents are installing NEMA 14-50 plugs or hardwired connections in their homes through Peak EV Solutions so that they can charge their electric vehicles overnight.

Differences Between a NEMA 14-50 Plug and a Hardwired Connection

A NEMA 14-50 plug is a type of electrical outlet that is commonly used for high-power appliances, such as electric vehicles and electric dryers. It is a four-prong plug that can deliver up to 50 amps of power.

A NEMA 14-50 plug is a plug-and-play solution, while a hardwired connection is a permanent installation. This means that a NEMA 14-50 plug can be easily removed or unplugged, while a hardwired connection cannot.

Another difference between a NEMA 14-50 plug and a hardwired connection is the cost. A NEMA 14-50 plug is typically less expensive to install than a hardwired connection.

Why Choose a NEMA 14-50 Plug Installation in Austin?

There are several reasons to choose a NEMA 14-50 plug installation:

  • Convenience: You can charge your electric vehicle overnight or whenever you need to, without having to go to a public charging station.
  • Cost savings: Electricity through Austin Energy is typically cheaper than gasoline, so you can save money on fuel costs by charging your electric vehicle at home.
  • Increased resale value: Homes with EV chargers are becoming more and more desirable to buyers, so installing a charger could increase the resale value of your home.

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Check out what a recent client had to say about our NEMA 14-50 Plug Installation in Austin.

If you need an EV Charger — these are the folks that can hook you up – literally.

Great customer service and communication. They are even helping me get my rebate all handled.

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