Other commercial outdoor lighting applications include:
- Commercial Waterfronts
- Pedestrian or Bike Paths
- Exterior Inventory (lumber yards, car lots, nurseries, etc.)
- Apartment Lighting
- Overall Aesthetics
- Graffiti Protection
- Street Lighting
- Storefront Entryways
Exterior Lighting Systems
When deciding how you want your exterior property lighting to look, there are several things you’ll want to think about. Will the light be used to accentuate the building or grounds? Will it be used as a deterrent to thieves or graffiti artists? Will it allow customers to find their cars safely at night?
These determinations will give Prairie Electric design-build engineers the information they need to design your system. Spacing, placement, stanchion size, and style of light are all considerations. Lights needed to illuminate walkways are much different than the towering light poles used in parking lots or along roadways.
There are also jurisdictional codes and regulations to consider when planning your commercial outdoor lighting. Washington State has guidelines for exterior lighting if you’re located within 50 feet of a residential area for example. Prairie Electric will take all of this into account when designing your outdoor light plan.
We also have a wide variety of lighting fixtures to choose from. Utilitarian lights, globes, and decorative and options give you the opportunity to really get the lighting system of your choice. After all, they’ll be seen during the day and you don’t want to take away from the look and feel of your building or storefront.