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Tesla EV Charger Installation in Rochester, MN

The Tesla is one of the most popular cars on the market at this time. Known for its many futuristic features and modern look, many are turning to this electric vehicle as a superior alternative.

If you are looking to purchase a Tesla or already own one, contact Electric Vehicle Charging Solutions today at (507) 316-6044 to arrange the convenience of installing your own EV charging station at home.

FAQs About Tesla EV Charger Installation

How long does it take to set up equipment for home charging? 

Putting in home charging equipment can take a few hours. Jobs that are more difficult may take up to two days. 

How much does it cost to set up a Tesla home charging station? 

Installation costs depend on the type of installation and the way the electricity is set up. 

Can I charge it with a regular 120-volt plug? 

For a 120-volt plug, you can use a NEMA 5-15 adapter. Depending on the car, this gives about two to four miles of range per hour of charge. 

In my garage, there is already a 240-volt plug. 

There are many different kinds of outlets that can handle 240 volts. Tesla makes adapters for the most popular plugs. 

I live in a condo or apartment. Can I still get a Tesla charger put in my house? 

EV charging is becoming more and more of a legal requirement for condos and apartment buildings. You or your building’s property manager may also be able to get help with costs from the federal, state, county, municipal, and utility levels. 

Where can I find out more about home charging incentives? 

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center has information about incentives for home charging. Most incentives for installing home charging stations are handled on a local level. They usually come in the form of time-of-use electricity rates or rebates from utility companies. Talk to your electric utility company to find out if they have special rates for charging electric cars.

Levels Of EV Charging

We Can Help Determine Which Level Is Best For You

AC Level One Electric Car Charging

A standard 120-volt wall outlet is used for Level 1 charging. At Level 1, any electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle’s charging equipment can be plugged into a standard electrical outlet. Depending on speed, it can increase range by 3-5 miles per hour.

AC Level Two Electric Car Charging

When it comes to daily EV charging, level 2 is the norm. Level 2 charging stations are versatile and can be installed anywhere from the garage to the workplace to a public transportation hub. Depending on the charger’s power output and the vehicle’s maximum charge rate, a Level 2 charge can restore between 12 and 80 miles of range per hour.

AC Level Three Electric Car Charging

Since Level 3 charging requires a voltage significantly higher than Level 1 and Level 2 charging, it is uncommon to find such devices in private residences. Instead, you’ll find Level 3 at commercial buildings.