Working once-off with an electrician is all good and fine. There may be immediate concerns that need to be addressed as a matter of urgency, and the electrician may well be able to respond to this sense of urgency required. A short-term contract brings benefits as well but once that contract has expired, what then? Do you allow an ageing electrical infrastructure to simply and drastically cave in after a period of time or years once you left that contract behind? And going forward, would it not have been better to simply engage with electrical contractors in Austin, TX over the longer term or perhaps indefinitely.
Because just take a look at what you have got to look forward to going forward. There are a number of add-ons that turn out to be quite essential. But these will or should not be costing you extra. Part of the electrical contract should stipulate that your appointed electrician is doing regular maintenance work on your electrical infrastructure. As a more than fully qualified electrician he should be more than thorough during his inspections. Just how regular these maintenance inspections are going to be will most certainly be at the discretion of your presiding electrician. He will more than likely be taking into account the following factors.
He needs to know just how old your electrical infrastructure is. He needs to know what the electrical infrastructure is being used for. He will also need to know just how much power is being used. The electrical engineer now places himself in the powerful position to help reduce your energy expenditure, in more ways than one, but perhaps not leading you to sacrificing your production requirements. Just being a little more energy efficient next time.