Located in Meriden, Connecticut on a 8.6 acre campus, the Bradley Home was built in legacy of the late Clarence Bradley, a benefactor of the City of Meriden, who saw a need to provide senior citizens with permanent housing for those that were not able to save enough for retirement. This facility, built in 1938, offers state-of-the-art residential care that provides its residence comforting and dignified care into the waning years of life. The campus includes the Bradley carriage house, currently used as a children’s daycare center, and two levels of licensed care including Residential Care and a Skilled Nursing Unit.
Grandlight was selected to restore three historical luminaires. The restoration of these luminaires included cleaning all dust and grime, lightly burnish and blend to exisitng patina with a top coat of lacquer, and the application of museum grade wax. All fixtures were rewired in accordance to UL standards for dry locations.
A Grand Light artisan applies lacquer to a historic hanging luminaire for the Bradley Home for the Aging