They called me too as soon as I confirmed. They are coming out in the morning to provide me a quote. I already set up a couple of others to do the same as I had heard they were taking advantage of being the "preferred provider" for Tesla.
I didn't opt for the Twin Chargers or HPWC so just a NEMA 14-50, If my HoA wasn't annoying I'd have opted for a second 14-50 outside for visitors, but as is the current one is close enough to the garage door that the UMC will reach it just fine. My power panel/feed had plenty of room. The biggest part of the expense is labor and then there is the conduit/wiring run. Its about 34 feet in total (down from the panel, along the outer wall, up to the plug).
Mr. Electric was out this morning and gave me a quote just under $700. I am installing the plug in my garage just under/beside my current 200 AMP panel for my condo. I asked for an 80 AMP circuit breaker. The location will allow me to provide service to visitors (i.e. Plugshare) if I choose to do so. I ordered the dual chargers and the HPWC so I think this will set me up nicely.
Got the full quote from Mr. Electric today and scheduled for them to come out next Wednesday to do the install. Now I'll have a plug to stare at until the car gets here. And my EV driving friends will have a place to plug in when they visit.
We had the company installing solar panels on our roof wire up two 14-50 plugs at the same time, one on each side of the garage; there was about 70 feet of conduit / wire required to run from a pre-existing panel in the garage. Total bill for that work was a bit over 700.