I guess the real question is do you trust the electrician? There are alot of details that determine if you could/should do this. What is the pole size base on? Is it the transformer, wire, the combined load of all the other homes in the park, etc. all of these will be critical. I’m never an fan of pushing the infrastructure to 100, or 150% of rated. What most people miss is amp rating of wire and panels is based on 86 degree F with new wire, tight connections, and no corrosion. Going from 86 to 100f you lose 10 to 20% of rated amp draw on wire. This is why most of your master metered drama happens when temps hit 100 degrees f. People say its because every home has 2 or more window ac units that of course doesn’t help but it’s really the temperature. When its 100 out the temp in the metal breaker panel is much hotter. Old breakers and fuses just pop for “no reason”. This is one reason why you really should only load your wire, panel, and breakers at 75 to 80% or less of rated. Sorry for the soap box it was not really targeted at you I have just been on one to many systems on the hottest day of the year that was Mickey moused together and for “no reason” breakers where popping all over the place.