New Lighting Designs Meet Home Owner, Builder Needs
At the upcoming International Builders’ Show, Progress Lighting (Booth W2559) will be showcasing products that bring new amenities into the home:
- The easy-to-install P8563 Hide-a-Lite X undercabinet direct wire box has a dual application. It can be used for undercabinet lighting of kitchen counter space or for toe-kick pathway lighting that helps the elderly safely navigate the kitchen at night. The product can also be used in a study or recreational areas in the home.
- The manufacturer’s home theater lighting package includes recessed fixtures, trims, step lights, sconces and controls. All of the components are customizable to spatial and decor specifications.
- The P5968 building-mount address light and P5971 stake mount low-voltage address light enable emergency or delivery vehicles to find residences in inclement weather and at night.
- With lighting responsible for roughly 25% of a home buyer’s annual operating costs, Progress Lighting has created a number of Energy Star® ceiling fans, lighting kits and motion-sensor lanterns, and has released Energy Star versions of its popular International, Eclipse and Bedford collections.
- The Illuma-Flex flexible track system provides versatility. The reversible chandeliers, pendants and vanities in the manufacturer’s new Madison collection can cast light up or down, according to what’s needed.
“It’s clear today’s home buyers want their homes to work for them,” said Jim Decker, the company’s vice president of brand management. “We have to understand that and how it applies to lighting in order to be a valuable partner to our builders.”
Progress Lighting is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Supplier 100 of NAHB.
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