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Behind the Scenes | The Final Stop Before Your Door

Posted by on Oct 26, 2017 | 0 comments

Behind the Scenes | The Final Stop Before Your Door
As we wrap up our celebration of National Manufacturing Month, our final stop is the Shipping Department. After our metal spinners, painters, and assemblers complete their handiwork in crafting your new American-made lighting, it needs to leave our Florida facility and find its way safely to your door whether you live in Orlando, Ontario, or Okinawa. And while Shipping is the last stop in the process, it’s a vital component of our overall manufacturing operation. Our goal is for your lights to be packaged well enough to keep them protected during transit while being as earth-friendly as possible with our packing materials. ... Read More

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

Summertime and the Living is Outdoors!

Posted by on Jun 14, 2017 | 0 comments

Summertime and the Living is Outdoors!
With summer in full swing, outdoor dining spaces are getting a workout. Preparing dinner on the grill keeps the heat out of the kitchen, plus it’s easy to throw an extra burger on when friends drop by. The more relaxed mood of outdoor dining is enhanced even more with exterior lighting that lets you linger long after the sun goes down. Our good friend and neighbor Gregory Daniel needed lighting for his grill and outside pool deck. The lights needed to be mounted to an existing wall which called for a gooseneck arm that would take the shade up higher to allow for better positioning over the grill. The 14″ Goodrich® Union Warehouse Shade is customized with a... Read More

Time to Spruce Up Outdoor Spaces for Summer Entertaining

Posted by on May 17, 2017 | 0 comments

Time to Spruce Up Outdoor Spaces for Summer Entertaining
With Memorial Day weekend just around the corner, it’s time to extend a hearty welcome to the outdoor entertaining season! Clean up the grill, dust off the cornhole boards, and get your outdoor spaces ready for the fun and relaxation that summertime brings. Today we’re offering some inspiration thanks to customers who shared photos of their outdoor renovation projects with us — from spruced up cooking stations to a dreamy treehouse complete with bunks, custom windows, and a zipline! ... Read More

Featured Customer | Outdoor Lighting for New BBQ Deck

Posted by on Jul 8, 2016 | 0 comments

Featured Customer | Outdoor Lighting for New BBQ Deck
Most people think of sign lighting as something used in restaurants, hotels, and retail businesses. But when Glenn, of Thousand Oaks, California, was looking for some interesting outdoor lighting for his new BBQ deck, sign lights offered exactly what he needed. “I wanted an easy-to-maintain BBQ deck so I chose a 32″ square porcelain tile that would make a clear deck with no grout line and be easy to maintain,” Glenn explains. “I wanted lights to complement the tile color and provide enough light for the 42″ BBQ grill.” ... Read More

Angle Shade Sign Lights That Redefine Commercial Lighting

Posted by on Jan 6, 2016 | 0 comments

Angle Shade Sign Lights That Redefine Commercial Lighting
Last week we looked back at some of our favorite customer projects from 2015, and on New Year’s Day, the post covered some favorite commercial customers— those restaurants, breweries, retail stores, and even a climbing gym that used our American-made lighting to spruce up their spaces. Today, we look ahead to see what changes may be in store for commercial lighting in the new year as businesses try to entice customers off their computers and into their brick-and-mortar buildings. ... Read More