Project Description


When you’re simply replacing lights in a warehouse, the process is fairly straightforward: you look at a bulb, fixture, or ballast and find a part number, which is loaded with commercial lighting products, and search for that part number. Voila! Parts should arrive quickly and you don’t need to give it more thought than that.

But warehouse lighting isn’t always that simple. Sometimes the part you’re replacing no longer exists and you need to find an adequate replacement. Sometimes you’re looking for retrofit options. And sometimes you’re thinking about an entirely new approach to lighting your warehouse. In these cases, here are some things to consider about warehouse lighting