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Commercial LED Lighting and Fixtures

Commercial LED Lighting and Fixtures

  • High-levels of brightness and intensity for a low power consumption
  • High quality light
  • Low-voltage and current requirements
  • Low radiated heat
  • High reliability (resistant to shock and vibration)
  • No UV Rays
  • Long source life
  • Can be easily controlled and programmed
  • Can be used in myriad applications because of design flexibility

From light poles for parking lots to old-fashioned red Exit signs, enter Warehouse-Lighting and see the huge amount of commercial light fixtures available for a great many applications, indoors and out. We stock the highest quality lighting products on the market so that we can provide you with the solutions you need for your illumination needs. 

LED Recessed Troffer 

A great choice for any location in which you need powerful lighting to a large area, but also want your fixtures to be out of the way and discreet, they will ensure your space looks its best every day. Once you have narrowed down your choice to the correct model for your application, there are many different styles to help you get a look that matches your style well. Voltages range from 120 to 480 volts, so you can find the right hardware for your system. With various designs utilizing varying quantities of lamps, you can get the proper amount of lighting for any location whether you need to illuminate a small hallway or a large warehouse floor. Recessed LED troffers are a very popular choice for many commercial and industrial applications because they provide powerful, even lighting to any amount of space without causing eye fatigue or strain. Powerful light diffusion ensures every inch of space is lit up without a lot of glare.

Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors

EnergyCo Partners offers a wide selection of occupancy and vacancy sensors, commonly referred to as “motion sensors” or “motion light sensors” for commercial and residential applications. These state-of-the-art devices use passive infrared, ultrasonic or a combined multi-sensing technology. From wall and ceiling mount to wall switch and wireless, EnergyCo Partners motion sensors enhance convenience, security and provide smart energy saving solutions for both indoor and outdoor use.

LED Parking Lot Flood Light (48 Watts) 

EnergyCo Partner’s parking and flood lights are durable and extremely bright. They are ideal for lighting large outdoor areas. They are a great energy efficient alternative to older technologies.


Improve safety with a fixture designed to illuminate dark walkways, exit and entrance areas. Durable canopy lights that can stand up to nasty weather elements and widely varying temperatures are used in public garages, stairwells, and underpasses and are also made to resist the threat of vandalism.

Need to light up a tennis court, baseball field, or football stadium? We have high-quality sports lights and lighters made to illuminate wide areas of outdoor space made with heat-resistant and impact-resistant tempered glass, and they are available in customized styles.

Commercial flood lights, construction lights, grow lights, sign lights, stairway lighting, cloud or puff lighting fixtures, bed lights and more are possible with our great selection of options. Find all of the commercial light fixtures you need to handle your space with ease! 

PACE Commercial Financing

PACE Financing, which has been approved in some form in more than 30 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, allows owners to access upfront financing for clean energy and efficiency improvements to their properties.With Commercial PACE, the owner repays the financing over time through an additional, voluntary assessment on their property taxes over a term of up to 25 years, depending on the jurisdiction. This structure allows most building owners to see immediate cash flow from the improvements, and secures the repayment to the property rather than the owner – meaning the PACE assessment transfers to the new owner upon sale of the building. Payments may be passed along to tenants where appropriate, and interest on the payments may also be tax-deductible.