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Basketball Court LED Lighting in DFW Metroplex

06.14.19 | by Andrew

The Savannah HOA in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex asked us to replace all their old metal halides with new LED fixtures.  The court is now properly illuminated, and the LEDs are saving the community in energy costs.  Call Spark Lighting today for all your  […]

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LED Basketball Arena Lighting for High Island ISD

01.14.19 | by Andrew

High Island ISD turned to Spark Lighting to complete an LED upgrade for their basketball arena. They originally had metal halide fixtures that were expensive to operate and maintain, so they asked us to provide a lighting design using  […]

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Lake Jackson Racquetball Court LED Lighting

10.26.17 | by Jordan Peddicord

The City of Lake Jackson asked us to find an LED fixture to upgrade their old metal halide lighting. We worked with Philips and selected a fixture that not only fit the 2×2 space, but also provided high output to meet the IES footcandle requirements for a recreational racquetball court. The City of Lake Jackson now […]

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LED Natatorium Lighting

01.16.17 | by Andrew

At Lake Jackson’s Recreation Facility we removed 1000w, 300w, and 250w fixtures from their Natatorium and replaced them with more energy-efficient LED fixtures from Eaton, Lithonia, and CREE. The reduced energy savings combined with better-looking fixture designs makes the space brighter and overall more appealing t […]

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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