It is in every home (not good if yours is missing), rich man’s home, poor man’s home, foreclosed home.
Normally it hangs on the wall, in full frontal view of everyone.
Sometimes it’s in the garage (where I think it should be),
sometimes on an exterior wall (not my choice if it’s a front corner) hidden by plants (not good),
sometimes behind a bedroom door,
sometimes in a closet (not good) or a bathroom (also not good),
sometimes at the end of the otherwise long and beautiful hallway,
and quite often right there where you want to hang the last known color photograph of your wise old grandmother arriving at Ellis Island with the Statue of Liberty in the background.
What is it?
It’s the electric panel.
Remember the first computers that hit the market back in the late 1970s? They were beige. Then someone smart said, “Hey, let’s create a black one.” Now that’s innovative. Then Apple came along and created designer computers, and they sold like women’s naughties to men at Victoria’s Secret on Christmas Eve.
Why is our only color choice for electric panels the bland and ugly gray?
Here’s the most beautiful designer panel I’ve found in my years of inspecting:
Anyone want to go into business with me and create designer electric panels? Imagine electric panels with Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Thomas the Steam Engine, Spongebob Square Pants, favorite sports teams, flowers, pets, family and friends…..
We can be rich!
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