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American-Made LED Lighting Offers Stunning, Energy-Saving Style

Here at Barn Light Electric, we take great pride in manufacturing our products each and every day. From the hand spinning of metals and the application of finish colors to the careful assembly of all the pieces, many hands touch each fixture as it’s created.

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Cheers to Rugged Industrial Lighting at Wisconsin Brewery

Customers love the ease of shopping online with Barn Light Electric. With more than 1,000 products to choose from and countless customizing options, homeowners can easily create the perfect light, piece of furniture, or collection of dinnerware for their home with just a few clicks.

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Easy-to-Customize Lighting for New Guest House/Garage

As Dale searched for lighting for his new guest house/garage in Dallas, Pennsylvania, the most important element was the ability to customize each fixture to suit the installation location. An electrician and owner of Quality Electric of Northeast Pennsylvania, Dale discovered Barn Light Electric during a Google search.

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HGTV Star Transitions Basement from Boring to Beautiful 

As much as we love watching renovation shows and their creative transformations, it’s even more fun when one of our favorite HGTV stars turns his talented eye to his own home. John Colaneri, designer, builder and TV personality, was featured in this blog post last year when he completed a full-gut remodel of his home in Bergen County, New Jersey.

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Gooseneck Barn Light Lends Industrial Vibe to New Shed

When Judd decided he needed a new shed on his property in Salem, Michigan, he started from scratch. Seriously from scratch.

“I started the process by cutting down trees,” Judd says. “All the timbers and lumber for the project came from poplar trees that I cut from my friend’s family farm in Ligonier, Pennsylvania.” The shed design is also made from scratch by Judd, a retired mechanical engineer. He used a CAD program to create the design which mimics a timber frame wood-fired sauna he built last year.

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