Grand Light is restoring historic chandeliers from Miss Porter's School, a private girl's college preparatory school located in Farmington, Connecticut. Each fixture was media blasted to remove the existing white and black painted finishes on all aluminum and steel components. Multiple application of a new satin white and black industrial finish with UV inhibitors was applied to each chandelier.
The first round of our webinar series, "Preserving America," has been a great success with lighting designers and architectural firms! Our factory representatives have also been utilizing this tool with their clients, and the feedback has been positive. Don't miss out on your opportunity to schedule a session for your company today!
Wow, 2020 has definitely been an incredibly challenging and transformative year. From navigating a global pandemic to juggling multiple legacy projects and completing our new climate controlled warehouse for customer projects, Grand Light has been extremely fortunate to continue working together to provide solutions and support to our community and within our company.
Grand Light is proud to announce the a brand new webinar series, "Preserving America" launching in Fall 2020! The webinar will include essential information into launching a restoration or custom lighting project, exclusive insight into our proprietary processes, and innovative procedures in the art of lighting restoration.
What a busy start to Fall at Grand Light with the construction of our brand new climate-controlled warehouse nearing completion! This latest expansion will assist in enhancing Grand Light's ability to further assist clients with their increasingly complex restoration and custom lighting projects!!!
Our Grand Light On-Site Specialists have had multiple productive days in Washington D.C. loading up historic lighting fixtures from multiple project job sites, including the National World War I Memorial and Federal Reserve Board Building, into our 30ft trailer for transport back to the lighting restoration factory!