EV Maintenance, Service & Warranty Work

EV-certified electricians can make sure that your EVs are properly maintained and serviced. We also have EV trained  staff to answer any questions you may have. 

Are you thinking about putting an electric vehicle (EV) charger at your residence, adding chargers to your company’s parking lot, or investing in commercial charging stations to meet the rising demand for EVs? If so, consider electric vehicle charger maintenance that occurs following your installation. 

Maintaining an electric vehicle charging station will vary depending on the charger’s location and frequency of use. Also, the charger station’s projected costs and maintenance will depend on the charging level and whether it is networked.

What is the life of an EV Charger?

The expected charger lifespan is approximately ten years. External factors cause the most damage to electric car chargers. During the hot summer and cold winter months, the charger damage can occur. The best thing you can do to prolong your EV charger’s life is to maintain it regularly.

Just like a gas powered vehicle, following a maintenance schedule will prevent problems and prolong its lifespan. 

Maintenance recommendations for each level


  • Replace the commercial-grade electrical outlet every few years.
  • Protect the charging wire from damage.
  • Examine all accessible EVSE components for wear and tear regularly.
  • Use a moist towel and mild detergent to clean the unit.
  • Ensure the unit is de-energized before servicing any electrical parts.

For networked L1 and L2 chargers, you will need to hire electricians to troubleshoot any issues and consider the costs of manual software resets.


Level 1 and 2 devices do not have cooling systems, filters, or other components that need regular maintenance like Superchargers or Level 3 DC Fast Charging (DCFC) chargers. As a result, fast chargers require more maintenance.

It is essential to plan for charging your EV on the go. Check out these apps to find stations to charge up while you are out and about.


PlugShare app helps EV drivers identify charging outlets on the fly. Plug Share shows all major charging networks.  

EV Hotels Need to charge your vehicle overnight while you’re out of town? EV Hotels is a one-stop-shop app for finding hotels with electric vehicle charging stations.

Open Charge Map Open Charge Map is the world’s most extensive electric car charging points inventory. Use this app to discover charging stations anywhere around the globe, upload images, rate, comment, and suggest new charging stations.