Lighting Options by Space or Area

Exteriors - Parking Areas & Signage

After dark, your property must be well lit to provide visitors and tenants with a high degree of visual comfort, safety and security. Take advantage of new lighting technologies from SYLVANIA to highlight architectural features and facades, walkways, and entrances to make your property distinctive in the marketplace. Illuminated corporate ID and directional signage convey a positive brand image and provide for safe traffic flow. For parking lots and garages that must be lit through the night, (and in some cases, 24/7, SYLVANIA energy efficient light sources provide bright shadow free illuminance while lowering your energy bills.

Exterior and parking lot lighting involves many critical issues that are best addressed by a certified lighting designer:

  • Ensuring that the exterior lighting design “blends” with the character and identity of the community surrounding your property
  • Compliance with local lighting ordinances: light pollution, light trespass, min/max brightness levels.
  • Selecting lamps and luminaires that will provide appropriate levels of illuminance and optical characteristics to direct the light only where it is needed.
  • Selecting high efficacy lamps and ballasts to achieve the greatest energy savings.
  • Including lighting controls that adjust illuminance levels, or switch off non essential lighting based on available daylight, occupancy, or time of day, for additional energy savings.

Signs of the Times.
Your corporate signage needs to look as attractive and attention grabbing after dark as it does during the day. No matter what type of sign you choose: surface lit, backlit, edge lit, halo lit, channel letters or a combination of these, SYLVANIA has a wide variety of lighting solutions to put your brand in the best light. Cutting-edge LED modules from SYLVANIA have revolutionized the sign building business. These small, versatile and robust light sources are extremely cost effective, easy to maintain and they last for upwards of 50,000 hours.
Controls that allow light levels to be lowered or switched off during late night and early morning hours net greater energy savings.