Text is from the Brochure
Of the many trends revolutionizing housing, none has done more to recast living into a modern pattern than complete electrical services as indicated in this well planned house.
Constant research and manufacturing magic have brought forth a new freedom. Electric servants with economical efficiency have taken over the tasks and time-consuming domestic drudgery of the old order.
Lighting, heating, cooling, cooking, washing, cleaning, dishwashing, even waste disposal, are but some of the tasks done by electricity in this modern home.
General Electric's contribution to this new freedom is outstanding. The electrical servants-which are shown in this Electric Home may be yours, whether you live in a mansion or a modest home.
It is said that the additional coat of complete General Electric equipment, when equipment is covered by a single long-term mortgage loan, will average about fifteen cents a day.
At the rear of this house, in the garage, is the entertaining and amusing Magic Kitchen that moves, talks and tells a timely story. The car standing in the driveway is a new Nash with its "Weather Eye" system of conditioned air for winter driving.
Major sponsors are listed on the front cover and full details as to products used in this house are given in following paragraphs, together with literature and services available to the home builder. Readers are advised to consult these manufacturers for names of local distributors and any other desired information. This is one of the five GE All-Electric Homes. All lighting is planned according to standards of the National Better Light-Better Sight Bureau and electric wiring and wiring devices are installed under specifications of the National Adequate Wiring Bureau.
Furnishings and decoration are by Joseph Horne Company, Pittsburgh, Pa., from whom prices and full information can be obtained.