Historic Lighting Restoration – Modification & Energy Efficient Retrofitting
Grand Light has restored lighting fixtures of every scale and design. Our trusted restoration experts have years of experience recreating and caring for all materials–metals, wood, plaster, resin, tin, glass and more–while maintaining a keen eye for historical accuracy. We are capable of reproducing components, shapes and finishes down to the smallest detail. From professional diagrams and plans for your project to rewiring fixtures to UL standards, our specialists have proven their reputation as exceptional lighting restorers.
Grand Light is restoring exterior lanterns from the historic James A. Farley Post Office Building, apart of the Pennsylvania Station Moynihan Train Hall expansion building project located on 8th Avenue in New York City.
Grand Light is restoring numerous large historic chandeliers from the The Jewish Center located at 131 West 86th Street in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York. The restoration will include the cleaning/conservation of existing steel components and a new antique brass patina finish with burnished highlights for all brass components.
Our lighting restoration and custom lighting capabilities include research for historic accuracy, drawings, mock-ups, metal fabrication, polishing, painting, hot and cold patina application, welding, abrasive blasting, refinishing metal components, glass fabrication, replacing all electrical components, rewiring and testing in accordance with UL standards.
Learn how to complete your restoration or custom lighting project on time, under budget, and with unmatched quality. Our 50+ page resource books provides important information critical to the restoration and custom lighting process.
Looking for more information about the restoration process, a particular legacy project, or possible AIA accreditation credits, please email us at email@example.com to schedule a time for your own Grand Light Project Presentation!