The Star Plus Promise.

We know that finding the right tradesmen can be a daunting experience therefore, we have a set of promises to help with your peace of mind.

Honest Upfront Pricing

Unlike most electricians, we provide a fixed written quote on the spot, no hidden surprises.

Emergency Service

Experiencing tripping or loss of power or lighting? We can be there within the hour* for an emergency.

Qualified Professionals

This goes without saying. All our electricians are fully licensed and insured for your protection​.

Always On Time

Utilising our advanced GPS tracking system, we can ensure electrician arrives on time.

Lifetime Warranty

We employ the best. To prove it we back up our service with a lifetime workmanship guarantee.

Fix Now, Pay Later

We are proud to be able to offer interest-free payment plans to our entire customer base.

Electric Vehicle Charger Installation.

Installing an electric vehicle charger (EV charger) at home is the most popular and best option for charging your electric vehicle. With a Smart EV charging station, you can use excess power from your solar energy system to charge your EV, which makes it more energy-efficient and sustainable.

Having an EV charger installed at home provides convenient and easy access to a charging station for your electric vehicle, saving you time and effort. With a home charger, you can charge your electric vehicle overnight in your garage, ensuring it’s fully charged when you start your day.

The cost and power of each EV charging station can vary based on several factors. When buying a home EV charger, consider features such as single-phase or three-phase electrical power, charging with solar energy (Smart EV Charging), and tethered or socketed charging. With so many features to consider, it can be challenging to decide on the best model for your needs.

Since we stock and have installed all kinds of EV chargers, Star Plus Electrical’s expert installers can support you with our extensive product knowledge to compare and choose an EV Charger appropriate to install at your home.

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    Frequently Asked Questions.

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    Yes – all EVs come with an AC charging port that’s suitable for home EV charging. You can use a portable charging cable or install a fast charger at home.

    The dedicated EV chargers which we supply can charge most electric cars in Australia. If you’re not sure, speak to one of our team to confirm if your vehicle is compatible.

    While you can safely charge most EVs on a daily basis, the average EV driver tends to charge their cars once every few days. Of course, this depends on how far you travel each day and your driving habits. Some drivers might opt for a full charge overnight, while others prefer to top up while on the go.

    Always follow your vehicle manufacturer’s instructions for charging.

    It’s important to install your EV charger where it is safe and convenient to do so. We recommend installing your electric car charger under cover or in a garage, but it can also be placed outdoors if required.

    Our EV specialist will work with you to determine the best location for your EV charger based on our installation requirements. We’ll provide guidance on where to set up your charging point and do our best to accommodate your preferences and needs.

    There are two kinds of electrical sources that can be used to power your electric vehicle – Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC). Most modern EVs can be charged using both AC and DC power.

    Power that comes from the electricity grid is always Alternating Current (AC). This means that all home chargers, both portable cables and dedicated wall chargers, will use AC power to charge your vehicle. How fast you’ll be able to charge your vehicle will depend on the kind of EV charger you use and whether you’re on a single-phase or three-phase power at home.

    Direct Current (DC), also known as DC fast charging, provides significantly faster charging compared to AC charging. DC will take between 15 to 45 minutes to charge most electric vehicles up to 80 per cent. However, DC fast charging is only available at public charging stations and dedicated rapid charging stations around Australia.

    Fix Now, Pay Later.

    Here at Star Plus Electrical, we are proud to offer $0 deposit, interest free payment plans from highly regarded providers.*

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