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LED Lighting for Churches & Non-Profits in Texas

As the trusted name in LED, Spark Lighting partners with churches and non-profits to upgrade or retrofit legacy lighting to LED.  We understand the unique lighting challenges churches and non-profits face, and we have the project experience and expertise to customize an LED lighting solution that works with both budget constraints and design considerations.

Texas LED Church Lighting Services

Churches utilize strategic lighting to illuminate the property, welcome the congregation, and encourage worship.  Churches are often large, beautiful buildings with tall ceilings and stunning architectural details.   Troffer, recessed, and cove lighting are commonly found in church interiors to illuminate the building and show off areas of visual interest.  On the exterior, parking lots and parking garages need effective lighting to ensure the safety of churchgoers and staff.  Churches also use exterior lighting like wall packs to highlight the church building itself.  Regardless of your interior or exterior lighting requirements, you can count on the team at Spark Lighting for beautiful LED lighting solutions for your church property.

Non-Profit LED Lighting

Non-profits depend on lighting to maintain operations and serve the community as intended.  Non-profit organizations can be based in office buildings, stand-alone buildings, houses, warehouses, and many other types of structures.  During our thorough assessment of the property, we note the interior and exterior lighting requirements of the building and ensure our lighting plan meets these requirements.  Regardless of building type, the team at Spark Lighting has the expertise to create cost-effective LED lighting solutions for your non-profit organization.

Why Switch to LED?

Churches and non-profits share a common concern when it comes to LED upgrade projects: budget.  Our clients in this sector have strict operational budgets.  As with any business, churches and non-profits spend a considerable amount of money on electricity to keep properties up and running.  The switch to LED, however, offers a chance to save a significant amount of money on operational costs each month.  LED light fixtures use about 50% less energy than their traditional counterparts, and they are proven to last longer.  The expected lifespan of an LED light is 30,000 – 50,000 hours longer than legacy lighting.  By switching to LED, churches and non-profits save on operational and maintenance expenses.

Why Spark Lighting?

As the leading turnkey LED lighting contractor in Texas, Spark Lighting serves Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, and all other cities across the state.  We are approved rebate sponsors in every city, which allows us to obtain incentives and rebates on behalf of our clients to ensure maximum savings.

We offer professional assessment, design, and installation services, and we have the expertise to deliver an outstanding LED lighting project that saves on energy and maintenance costs.  With years of project experience, Spark Lighting provides custom LED lighting solutions tailored to each unique client, market, and application.

To schedule a free assessment of your church or non-profit building, contact the team at Spark Lighting today.

Churches & Non-Profits Case Studies:

Spark Lighting installed LED flood lights for Coppell Bible Fellowship to illuminate the façade and highlight the cross in the middle of the building. Call now!
Spark Lighting's team used a special spider lift to retrofit the recessed lights at Beth-El Congregation in Fort Worth. Call Spark Lighting for all your commercial lighting needs in Texas!

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The staff at Spark Lighting was very knowledgeable and professional when providing lighting solutions for our property. They provided excellent LED solutions and explained cost savings in a detailed manner. The installation of the product was seamless and without error. They were a pleasure to work with and they know their stuff!

Jim DeGeorge