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What makes Access Lighting a stand out?
Over the years Access Lighting has continued to source well priced, contemporary designs, and has evolved into so much more… As the acute awareness to nurture our environment and protect our precious resources has heightened, Access Lighting has been at the forefront, providing powerful eco-friendly solutions in illumination. Initially, we paired contemporary designs with energy efficient compact fluorescents in a multitude of custom configurations. In addition, today, Access Lighting has an extensive line of LED fixtures, many of which utilize quality LED modules, proudly produced in the USA. Right on point, Access Lighting offers both AC and DC LED options. Many fixtures include; integrated LED modules, or can be purchased with the capacity to utilize a screw in or twist and lock LED bulb.
Powerful solutions in illumination also translates to a multitude of options including; in-house large project management for commercial orders; 120V or 277V options; 0-10 dimming, emergency back-up, and a variety of kelvin temperature options. Access lighting partners with its customers on unique projects, providing easy solutions for light commercial jobs. Access Lighting is acutely focused on incorporating revolutionary technology and delivering high quality, reliable products.
The inside Scoop Access Lighting is a family-owned company, headquartered in sunny Southern California. Our staff is comprised of experienced second and third-generation family members, as well as many employees who have been with us for 20 years or more.
We all agree The Access Lighting Team all agree that Dimensions is one of the coolest fixtures in our collection, right now… or is it 360? Better yet, decide for yourself!
1 question(s) from the community have been answered.
|Q||I really like the style of this light. On the web site it appears that the opal glass is pink, is it pink or white in color?|
|A||The Access Artemis 2 Light Sconce 20440-BS/OPL Opal glass is white. The pink/ cream hue you see is due the photo being taken with the light on and the light coming through the glass.|