Fluorescent Lights

Shine Retrofits is the commercial electrical contractor's source for fluorescent lamps, tubes, and bulbs. Through our website, you can easily compare and purchase buy energy-efficient T8, T5, T5HO, and CFL lamps, as well as many and more types of linear fluorescent and compact fluorescent lighting for your commercial lighting project or retrofit. We’re sure that you’ll be able to find the right product for your project right here. To make your search easier, our website offers you a number of tools to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Below we offer two main categories to choose between: T8 and T5 fluorescent tubes. T8 and T5 are two of the main sizes of linear fluorescent tubes, and both sizes can be appropriate for various applications depending on the need of your project. You can then organize your results using the “Sort By” menu below in an ascending or descending fashion. You can also filter your results using the menu on the left, which allows you to whittle down the displayed products by price, wattage range, fixture type, and a host of other designations. Alternatively, if you know the exact product you’re looking for, you can use the search bar above to type the product name or number directly in.

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Fluorescent lighting is a great low-cost, reliable choice for high-quality, energy-efficient illumination. Plus, fluorescent technology can be installed and maintained in almost any application. This includes commercial buildings such as office buildings and manufacturing centers, as well as schools, government buildings, meeting rooms, studios, and much more. CFLs offer less intensive applications such as residential buildings and restaurants affordable, efficient lighting options.

For commercial applications and lighting retrofits, fluorescent lights have long been one of the most energy-efficient light sources available. They were first adopted for commercial use in the 1930s and began to be more widespread as the need for more efficient lighting options developed in the 1970s. Since it is now as a mature technology, fluorescent lighting offers the versatility and flexibility that you’re looking for in your project, meaning that there is most likely a model of fluorescent lighting that will work perfectly and a lamp model that's right for almost any commercial lighting project.

The options with fluorescent lighting are extensive. Shine Retrofits alone offers a wide selection of fluorescent tubes and lamps, including the aforementioned T8 and T5 lamps, plus the handy compact fluorescent lights, or CFLs, that work well for less intensive applications. For various installation types, there are options as well. You can purchase get efficient fluorescent tube lighting and, compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) for easy retrofit and replacement in either screw/Edison-base or GU24/pin-base models, allowing you to easily upgrade your traditional, less efficient lighting to fluorescent technology if you wish.

For warehouse, industrial, commercial and retail installations, you can compare our T8, T5, and T5HO lamps, which all come in a variety of lengths and wattages. One great example is the Howard Lighting T5 high output fluorescent tube. This affordable and efficient 54-watt lamp boasts a life span of 30,000 hours and a color temperature of 5000k, which means it’s perfect for work environments where clear, white light is needed.

For commercial interior, hospitality, and office retrofits check out our out compact fluorescent lamps. Dimmable CFLs are ideal for jobs that demand high-efficiency bulbs with the improved visual environment and occupant comfort that comes with controllable light levels. One of our most popular CFL lines is the Maxlite HighMax compact fluorescent lamp, ranging in light output from 40W to 250W. CFLs are also great for residential applications. Their compact design that meets efficiency and design is perfect for living rooms, dining areas, kitchens, and a host of other areas in the home. CFLs come in a variety of color temperatures, which you can match to the atmosphere you want to capture in that particular room.

If you have any questions about fluorescent lighting, whether it’s a technical question about specifications or performance, or a general question about lighting application and project appropriateness, we’d love to help. Our team of lighting experts possess deep knowledge about the world of fluorescent lighting and would love to help you pick out a fixture that works best for your project.