EV Charger

EV Charger

Here at Midland Air Conditioning, we supply and install high-quality EV chargers for both domestic and commercial markets. You may already be aware of us due to our trusted approach to air conditioning, well we have broadened our range of services to EV car chargers and installation with that same trusted high-quality approach our customers love.
EV Charger

Commercial EV Charger

Attract more customers and please your staff by adding EV chargers to your workplace.

Domestic EV Charger

Supercharge your home by browsing our range of domestic EV chargers for sale.

How MAC Works

You can install an EV charger at your home or business in just a few simple steps by using our EV quiz, where you can choose the EV charger you want us to install.
Once you’ve chosen your EV charger, you can book a date for one of our licensed engineers to come out and survey your property. Then, we book an installation date that suits you where we fit your brand-new EV charger system.
  • Call us or use our quiz to tell us which EV system you want.
  • Book a date for us to survey your property and install your system.
  • Our air conditioning installers take care of the rest!
EV Charger

Our EV Chargers

We supply a hand-picked selection of some of the best home EV chargers on the market, ready for installation by our friendly, expert engineers complete with a 3-year warranty.

What Our Customers Say

EV Charger Tips

A seven pin EV charger

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EV Charger FAQs

On average, EV chargers cost anywhere between 32p per kWh to 44p per kWh to run depending on the type of charger you choose. When it comes to the charging station, the cost can vary depending on the type of charger you decide to install.
The main difference between type one and type two EV chargers is that type one has a five-pin design, whereas type two has a seven-pin connector design.
Installing an EV charger to your home requires fitting the charger to your home and running a 10-metre cable safely to your fuse box. The cable is installed to your home following the latest regulations to ensure it is as safe as possible and then it will be tested by our specialist installation team to make sure everything is working, and you are ready to go.
Electric and hybrid vehicles require an EV charger to keep the battery full, just like any other rechargeable device. EV chargers pull an electrical current from an outlet or grid and then deliver it to the vehicle.
Depending on the make and model of your EV charger and how often the charger is used, it can last anywhere from five to 15 years. If you notice that your charger has stopped working or isn’t working as it used to then that is usually an indication, you may need to invest in a new one.
On average, the energy consumption of an EV charger is roughly around 11.81 kWh per day to charge a car and refill the range that has been driven. On average, this works out to be around 353.3 kWh a month and 4,310.65 kWh a year.