Gas Station Lighting

Restaurant Lighting That Satisfies Both Style and Safety

Posted by on Jul 7, 2017 | 0 comments

Restaurant Lighting That Satisfies Both Style and Safety
The restaurant industry is not for the faint of heart. Rising above the competition in a crowded marketplace involves creating a space that promises not only excellent food but delivers an experience in a setting that customers want to revisit again and again. Lighting presents a special challenge. Safety and security are concerns, but commercial lighting should also play a vital role in establishing the look, feel, and special vibe of any restaurant. ... Read More

Angle Shade Lights Offer Versatility for Commercial & Residential Spaces

Posted by on Jul 24, 2015 | 2 comments

Angle Shade Lights Offer Versatility for Commercial & Residential Spaces
Angle shade lights have come a long way baby. With humble beginnings at roadside gas stations in the early 20th century, sign lights were simple fixtures that guided motorists off the dark roadway into the service area where men in white uniforms scurried to tend to your car’s every need. Hard to imagine, right? Today, angle shade lights offer not only directional lighting to signs and parking lots in commercial spaces, but have become a go-to fixture for homeowners as well and can be found in kitchens, bathrooms, hallways, and laundry rooms. Easy to customize to fit almost any space, angle shade lights can become an integral and fashionable piece of your home... Read More

Gas Station Lighting of the Early 20th Century

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 | 0 comments

Gas Station Lighting of the Early 20th Century
Like many new inventions, the automobile was, at first, an expensive novelty accessible only to the wealthy. When production techniques improved, the automobile became more affordable for the masses in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The ability to travel, day or night, opened up a whole new era of freedom. As automobile sales increased, as did the subsequent demand for fuel, roadside filling stations began popping up offering not only fuel but service for those with a flat tire or mechanical difficulties. ... Read More