The decision to either rent or buy a charging station depends on your needs and your expectations. Rental provides a unique turnkey service but purchasing could be a wise investment. Compare each option’s advantages to find the best option for you.
Team of advisors at your disposal for any questions (business days)
Eligible for government grant
Warranty on parts and labour
Charging station models selected by our experts
Installation carried out by an electrician certified by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec (RBQ).
*Your installation may not be standard and may require extra fees due to your home’s layout. We can include the costs of these fees in your monthly payment or you can pay them the day of the installation.
The benefits of renting a charging station
Easy to budget
With rental, you’ll avoid any unpleasant surprises thanks to predictable monthly payments. These cover the charging station of your choice, its standard installation, any chosen extras, the warranty on the parts and labour, as well as repairs. Moreover, you’ll benefit from a government grant even when you rent your charging station.
The cost of repairs is included in your rental contract. If a problem does occur, our advisors and electricians will be on hand to help.
Adapted to your needs
You can choose either a 4-year or an 8-year contract. When your rental contract comes to an end, you can purchase your charging station for $1 or continue with the service contract that allows you a greater peace of mind.
An extended warranty
When you rent your charging station, you’ll be covered by the best 4- or 8-year warranty on parts, repairs, and labour. Your charging station is under warranty for as long as you have a rental contract with us.
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