Using our capabilities appropriately and carefully is something we pride ourselves on. From beginning to end, working with Grand Light means working with a team of professionals who will give your project personal attention. Our process begins with reviewing photographs or an on-site inspection to gather the scope of a restoration job. From there, Grand Light will develop a detailed proposal. When required, Grand Light will also prepare conceptual sketches and diagrams, and conduct research to assure the historical accuracy of all restoration jobs. Once the project is approved, Grand Light will either pick up the fixture personally, or shipped to our workshop and begin the restoration process.
For assistance in preparing a specification for a historic lighting restoration or custom lighting project, please download our Historic Lighting Restoration & Custom Lighting Resource Book. This 50+ page book provides important information critical to the restoration and custom lighting process including Grand Light’s capabilities and services, company overview, executive profiles, and corporate experience. Additionally, use our Contact Form or call us at 1-800-922-1469 to discuss your needs further.
We are proud to announce the launch of our new Lighting Design & Pre-Project Planning Resource Book! This booklet highlights key resources and capabilities available to our clients including comprehensive on-site surveys, specification development, and computer modeling, renderings, and drawings.
Grand Light specializes in assisting a project’s design team in designing, engineering, and manufacturing aesthetically pleasing, energy efficient, and practical solutions for historic and commercial properties. Feel free to share with friends, clients, and colleagues! For assistance in pre-project planning for your next lighting design project, please use our Contact Form or call us at 1-800-922-1469 to discuss your needs further.
Let Our Artisans Come To You. Grand Light specializes in large, complex commercial luminaire restoration services, including the utilization of state-of-the-art, on-site cleaning technologies. Using our engineered Hydrosonic Molecular Impact System (HSMI) and artisans, we’re able to eliminate decades of accumulated debris cost effectively, time sensitive, and without disruption or removal of existing luminaires.
What is HSMI? The Hydrosonic Molecular Impact System is Grand Light’s unique, proprietary method for intricate yet efficient light fixture cleaning processes. The HSMI System utilizes a 99% purified ultra-hot pressurized dry vapor steam whose natural properties explosively loosen dirt, grease, grime, nicotine staining and more – all with no added chemicals.
Our system includes powerful continuous super high steam production up to 369 degrees Fahrenheit with an integrated wet vacuum system insuring residual moisture and debris extraction. Purified dry vapor steam and integrated vacuum system guarantees spot free crystals and fixture frames.
Our dedicated artisans will perform HSMI service at your property whenever required, efficiently, cost effectively, and with no mess or disruption to activities or surrounding objects. Our compact equipment is able to fit through any passageway, and environmentally friendly.
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Grand Light works with a wide range of clients from around the country including government, religious, educational, entertainment, hospitality, and cultural institutions. Our mission is to continue to differentiate ourselves as the ultimate source for the very best professional lighting restoration and custom lighting services available. In realizing that our clients’ satisfaction is the most meaningful measurement of our continued success, we pride ourselves in providing complete customer satisfaction in all we do.
For assistance in preparing a specification for a historic lighting restoration or custom lighting project, please download our market specific Historic Lighting Restoration & Custom Lighting Resource Books and use our Contact Form or call us at 1-800-922-1469 to discuss your needs further.
Grand Light, located at 104 Day Street, Seymour, Connecticut, has been serving the interior and exterior lighting needs of homeowners and professionals for over 80 years, setting a standard of offering handcrafted, design-oriented, quality home lighting products from artisans around the world. Our Lighting showcase displays an inventory of over 5,000 lighting fixtures representing every style, size and category available. From crystal chandeliers to flood lights, Grand Light offers a full line of residential and commercial lighting products.
At Grand Light, our knowledgeable and courteous staff of lighting professionals provide our customers with the highest level of service and design expertise anywhere. For assistance with your historic lighting restoration or custom lighting projects, please use our Contact Form or call us at 1-800-922-1469 to discuss your needs further.
Check out Grand Light’s new 2018 Historic Lighting Restoration, Replication, & Custom Lighting Brochure for an overview of our qualifications, services, and facility. Feel free to share with friends, clients, and colleagues!
Located in the heart of New England and only a short distance from some of the country’s oldest cities such as New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and New Haven.
Grand Light’s National Headquarters includes our Production Facility, Design Center, and Climate-Controlled Warehouse.
We offer comprehensive facility tours in addition to in-factory consultations and process demonstrations.
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We like to keep our clients involved as we work for them, and keep them informed of our progress. It’s important to us that a client who has entrusted us with a restoration be comfortable with the work we do for them; therefore, we make ourselves available to them at all times – ensuring complete satisfaction from beginning to end. Please use our Contact Form or call us at 1-800-922-1469 to discuss your needs.
For assistance in preparing a specification for historic lighting restoration, please review the documents provided.