Home Charging

The most convenient place to charge your Tesla is at home, overnight. Plug in when you get home and let your car charge while you sleep. You no longer need to take trips to the pump with a gas-powered vehicle, and you can utilize low overnight utility pricing during off-peak hours, saving both time and money.

Home Charging Options

We recommend a Wall Connector as the most dynamic home charging solution. However, there are a variety of options to suit your lifestyle and driving needs.


Purchase Price

Installation Price (est.)


Vehicle Charging Speed

Wall Connector
black checkmark iconRecommended

Tesla Wall Connector


$750 - $1,500*

Fastest charging option for home

Allows you to keep the Mobile Connector in your car

Over-the-air updates

Power sharing

30 - 44 mph† (60A breaker)

NEMA 14-50
Tesla NEMA 14-50


$750 - $1,500*

May be able to use existing outlet

20 - 30 mph†

Mobile Connector
(120 V Adapter)
Tesla Mobile Connector Bundle



Provides charging access wherever there is a standard three-prong outlet

Easy charging solution for customers who don’t drive much

2 - 3 mph†

*Depends on electrical system.
Vehicle charging speeds vary by vehicle. Refer to the charging speeds table for each power level.

Installation Process and Cost


We recommend installing your home charging equipment prior to taking delivery of your vehicle. Most installations will take a few hours, but finding and scheduling an electrician can take up to two weeks.

Follow these steps to successfully install home charging equipment in your home:


Installation pricing can vary depending on your home charging hardware and electrical system.

A straightforward installation can range from $750 - $1,500. However, if there are additional items needed to complete your installation, the price will be adjusted accordingly.

Typically included:

Typically additional:

Installation Resources

Your electrician can visit the Wall Connector Support page for further information on how to install a Wall Connector.

Installation manuals and troubleshooting information for Tesla charging products can also be found on the Charging and Adapter Product Guides page.

Apartments and Condos

Note: Always make sure you have approval to install home charging.

Increasingly, condos and apartment buildings are required by law to allow EV charging. Installing charging makes business sense, and the case will only get stronger as more people buy electric vehicles.

Additionally, incentives may be available to you or your building property manager to alleviate cost, at the federal, state, county, municipal and utility levels. Home charging related incentives can be found at the U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center.

We offer the following templates to help get these conversations started with your building manager or HOA:

Additional Resources

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