What to expect on your install day?

BP Chargemaster Homecharge electrician installing a tethered Homecharge unit

 

So you know what to expect on your installation date, below is a layout of a standard bp pulse home charger installation*.

 

Your bp pulse home charger will be installed by one of our qualified engineers on the date arranged with your adviser prior.

 

Arrival

Your engineer will carry out a risk assessment and pre-installation checks when they arrive at the property.

 

Confirmation

On arrival, your engineer will discuss the position of your new home charger and the cable route to confirm you are happy before proceeding with the installation.

 

Install

A standard installation can take approximately four to 6 hours, with your engineer checking the safety of the existing electrics, and installing an Earth rod where required, which would have been previously discussed with your adviser and attending engineer.

 

Walk through

Once the installation is complete, your engineer will walk you through your new home charger and provide a demonstration.

 

Paperwork

Once you’re happy with the installation, your engineer will go through any final paperwork, including confirmation that the install has been completed.

 

bp pulse public charging

bp pulse operates the UK’s largest public charging network for electric cars with over 8,000 charge points across the country.

Public charge points can be accessed on the bp pulse network either with a bp pulse subscription; full access to the network with an RFID access card for just £7.85 a month and with a discounted charging tariff, through our app as a PAYG customer or with contactless payment, currently only available on our 50kW and 150kW rapid chargers.

 

 

 

*the layout above is for a standard installation date and may be subject to change depending on the property.

 

 

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