Depending on how you use your smart home technology, devices such as thermostats, appliances, smart light bulbs, timers and motion sensors can help make your space more energy efficient. Let our team of experts help you navigate through the possibilities and create the perfect combination to not only enhance your home but save you money on your utility bills year after year.
Electric Vehicle Chargers
Since home is where EV drivers typically do most of their charging, having a level 2 EV charger (aka: electrical vehicle supply equipment or EVSE) installed at home makes sense. Not only does it offer convenience and safety, the technology in the system will power up your car four times faster than the standard 120-volt charging cable that came with your electric vehicle.
The mandate for our Kobalt Systems team is to provide our EV customers with a selection of the most advanced charging systems available and will lay out all the decisions a homeowner needs to make when installing an EV charger. This includes features, brands, performance and whether your current electrical service can accommodate the additional load of an EV charger.