Holiday Closure

Posted on May 26th, 2012 in category "Uncategorized"

The showroom will be closed this weekend for the Memorial Holiday. We reopen on Tuesday, May 29th, at 10:00am. Be safe and have a great weekend!


Love this!

Posted on May 23rd, 2012 in category "New"

Looking for a great pendant with a reasonable price tag? Check out the Sack, by Stone Lighting. Only $139 for this cased blown glass pendant! Shown here in Apricot (the picture does not do this beautiful color justice), it is also available with blue or opal glass. The Sack is a 120V pendant that will take up to a 100W incandescent light bulb or can be ordered in compact fluorescent and LED light sources.


Graduation?

Posted on May 15th, 2012 in category "Tips"

Reward your Graduate with a gift they will have for years to come! Task lights are the perfect gift; LED or compact fluorescent are required in most dorm rooms because they run cool to the touch and are much safer than halogen. Find them on our website or at our store location. Your Grad will thank you every time they turn on the lights!


Outdoor Living IV

Posted on May 15th, 2012 in category "Tips"

Don’t forget the controls for your new outdoor space. If switched from indoors, add a dimmer, this will save you money by using less electricity and will increase the life of your bulbs (that would be light bulbs, not tulips!).

Low voltage systems require transformers and many are offered with time clocks, photocells or both. Many 120 volt fixtures also come with photocells (or can be added later) and your electrician can put them on a time clock so you can have control over the hours of operation.

Just like your garden, start small and watch it grow – you do not have to do it all at once.


Outdoor Living III

Posted on May 9th, 2012 in category "Tips"

Lighting stairs and pathways is important for the security and safety of your guests. Especially important if the path is hard to navigate or has obstacles in the way. People feel safe and comfortable when they can see the area around them. Use lights that will evenly illuminate the space; patterns of light and dark can make it more difficult for some to navigate the path.

Landscape lighting is available in both low voltage and 120 volts. Low voltage can be easily installed by the homeowner, while 120 volt will require a qualified electrician to install.


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