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Commercial Lighting Plan

The first question when working on a project is often: How Many LED Lights Do I Need for a Commercial Facility? Commercial Lighting Design is the ideal first step to ensure your commercial facility or outdoor LED lighting gives the desired foot candle level and bright light. We offer commercial interior lighting design, commercial outdoor lighting design, and commercial exterior lighting design to ensure your conversion to LED is done properly.

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  • Professionally Designed Lighting Layout
  • Fixture Count & Recommendation
  • Improved Energy Efficiency & Reduced Maintenance

How long does it take to get a plan?

Indoor1-2 business days
Outdoor2-3 business days


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Smith Logo Customer had an urgent need for high temperature lights. We had them in stock & shipped out next day.
Oakland Logo Poor lighting caused parking lot safety issues for spectators. Our lighting plan & new lights resulted in an improved experience.
Armag Logo Customer needed to source large quantities of specialty fixtures for use in their manufactured products.
Tracy Logo Tracy Electric was seeking a reliable source for ongoing lighting projects.
Wesco Logo Distributors partner with us to provide customers a high quality product at a reasonable price.
Dixie Logo Repeat lighting supplier for an electrical contractor working in manufacturing facilities.
Fsu Logo Permanent tent lighting for large acrobatics facility. Our lighting plan & recommendations resulted in ideal performer & spectator safety.

Commercial lighting design is creating a plan for commercial lighting in indoor and outdoor spaces. The design models the physical space of the commercial area. The lighting designers add lights within the model to create a lighting design report. It indicates how the space would look once you convert to our lighting and will indicate brightness (measured in foot candles) and light distribution.

The ideal layout includes all the information needed to make an informed decision. That would include the type and quantity of lighting used. It shows the light levels across the space. It also reports the light balance calculations for areas within the space and will help in choosing the right energy-efficient lighting for your project.


It is crucial to consider both interior and exterior lighting when planning. For commercial exterior lighting design, it’s important to select light fixtures that can withstand the elements while putting out enough light for safety and security. For commercial interior lighting design, it’s important to select lighting that will create a productive work environment.

This can mean crisp light for workers in an office or bright even lighting in a distribution center. It also means selecting the proper color temperature for the space. We offer lighting with color temperature ranging from 3000K to 5000K. Generally speaking, choosing the right lighting will create a safe and functional space for your business.

Lighting standards depend on the utilization of the space. For example, commercial office lighting and commercial warehouse space have different requirements. There is no one size fits answer for all commercial spaces. Office areas can range from 30-50 foot candles. Large open warehouse spaces can range from 20 to 60 foot candles.

There isn’t a calculation to determine this. Some standards are specific to different types of spaces and areas. A lighting plan is created to determine the type of fixtures needed. It provides a count of fixtures needed and ideal mounting locations.

This is completely dependent on the use and purpose of the commercial space. What you need in an office setting is different from most commercial warehouse spaces. Our experts can help you determine what is the best option for your space.