Area Lighting
Area lighting is a light that is used to illuminate large areas. It is a source of light that has significant dimensions in two directions, such as window or luminous ceiling. Area lighting is relatively energy-efficient light sources that have been in use for many years and have well understood performance characteristics.

Flood Lights
Floodlights are high-intensity artificial lights. They are broad-beamed. Floodlights are used to illuminate outdoor playing fields. Focused floodlights can be used for stage lighting. They are used for live performances like concerts and plays. Metal-halide lamps are the most common type of floodlights. Metal-halide lamps emit a bright white light. LED floodlights are bright enough that they can be used for illumination purposes on large sporting fields.

Garage/Canopy Lighting
Canopy lighting can be used as a roofed structure that serves as a sheltered passageway or area. Garage lighting allows for you to find your way in and around your garage or shed with LED lights. Motion sensors can be installed for ease of use. This helps ensure that the space is optimized for projects with bright workstation lighting. Appealing accents are added to the exterior.

Landscape
Landscape lighting is a type of garden lighting. It refers to the usage of outdoor illumination of private gardens and public landscapes. Landscape lighting adds to the enhancement and purposes of safety, nighttime aesthetics, accessibility, security, recreation and sports. Landscape lighting can also be used for social and events.

Security
Security lighting protects against criminal activity on a physical piece of property. Security lighting can detect intruders and can increase the feelings of safety.

Utility Lighting
Utility lighting is a light that is used in a variety of general lighting applications, such as boundary markings, apron areas, heliport applications and alternate traffic areas.

Wallpacks
Wallpacks are light fixtures that are affixed to walls and they only use the wall for support. Wall fixtures direct the light upwards, but not always. Wall fixtures do not have a base on the ground. When light fixtures are installed they donít need an electrical box. They can be used in hallways and corridors. They provide both lighting and a point of interest in a long passage.