Easyfix Electrical Services Ltd

599 Alexandra Parade



G31 3DA

Email: contact@easyfixelectrical.com

Tel: 07920491021

Company no :  SC508452

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The future of cars is electric. That's why we provide installation of electric vehicle charge points in Glasgow. 

Electric vehicles provide a great way to save money on fuel bills along with helping to save the enviroment.

Easyfix can install an electric vehicle charging point at your house or business.

We can install the following brand of electric vehicle charge point for you

Easyfix Electrical are OLEV Approved Installers of electric vehicle charge points. This means we can apply for the homecharge scheme of £350 on your behalf & deduct it from your invoice instantly so you don't have to wait several months to receive it back. As we are also one of the few companies in Scotland that are EST Approved Installers we have access to a further £300 grant discount for home installs. To qualify for a home charger your vehicle must be eligible under the scheme & can be found hereYou must be the registered keeper or leaseholder of an electric vehicle & your parking must be off street. Our prices start from £250 for a standard installation depending on location of charger, DNO supply, fuse board, cable route & EV charger type.


Easyfix Electrical Install EV points at your workplace under the OLEV Workplace Charging Scheme for £350 per charge point up to a max of 40 points. You can apply for the scheme using the online application portal. If your eligibility check is successful, you will be issued a unique identification voucher code via email which you then pass to us prior to the installation date. Vouchers are valid for 4 months.

All EV work has 2 years labour warranty along with manufacturer EV charger warranty

Call or E-mail for a free survey.

OLEV EST Grant Approved

How to book installation & apply for grants

Step 1 Initial Enquiry

- Get in touch with Easyfix Electrrical by phone,email or text

Step 2 Free Survey

- We will arrange a free site visit to look & discuss the cable route, EV charger position & supply at meter details. We will also determine what type of EV charger will be installed. We work with most manufacturers.

Step 3 - Quote & Booking

- A free no obligation quote is issued. Once accepted we will arrange a suitable time for installation

Step 4 - Pre-Installation Paperwork

We will deal with sending away for the grants but will need the following information emailed over:

- Provide proof of ownership of your vehicle. This will depend on your category of ownership, whether you own outright, are leasing or have a company vehicle.  OLEV will accept either V5 (log book), proof of purchase, proof of order or a letter if it is a company vehicle for which you will need the Annex I form.

- Provide an electricity bill or MPAN number (Meter Point Administration Number)

- Complete and sign an Annex D form

Step 5 - Installation Day

-  Electrician will arrive in a uniform & branded van & confirm location of point etc.

- EV point will be installed & tested with a NICEIC certificate issued.

- A demo of how the EV charger works & any questions answered

Tethered or Untethered Charger

Tethered chargers are the more popular option for homes as it saves the need to get the cable from the car & plug it in.

Untethered chargers are suited better towards workplace points as it removes the need for Type 1 & Type 2 availability. Damaged cables can also lead to high maintenance costs. Staff tend to look after their own leads better.

Types of Electrical Vehicle Charge Points

When it comes to EV charge points there are 3 different types : Rapid, Fast & Slow.

- Rapid chargers can be found at supermarkets & service stations. An example of a rapid charger is the Tesla supercharger that can charge the vehicle 80% in just 20 minutes.

- Fast chargers can be installed at businesses & homes to let vehicles be charged in a few hours.

- Slow chargers are for overnight charging which can take 6-12 hours & are not practical.

Useful Links

Zap-map is a great resource for electric car drivers

Energy Saving Trust provides information about energy saving costs with EV

Next Green Car has useful reviews & lets you compare EV cars