Littman Bros. Lighting Shines a Spotlight on Commercial Lighting Division

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Established lighting experts specialize in supplying lighting fixture packages for new construction of condos, malls, schools, hotels, multi-unit buildings and custom homes nationwide

From start to finish, we handle every detail and ensure that the job gets done right.

Veteran lighting experts Littman Bros. Lighting today announced the expansion of their commercial lighting division to accommodate the growing needs of builders, contractors and developers on any size project ranging from condos to high rises; malls and schools; hotels to hospitals; and multi-unit buildings, such as assisted living facilities.

“We stand out from other lighting suppliers because without fail, we deliver on our promises,” said Dan Littman, co-founder of Littman Bros. “From start to finish, we handle every detail and ensure that the job gets done right.”

Since 1979, Littman Bros. has steadily built their business and gained the trust of their customers by delivering a consistent supply of quality commercial and industrial specification grade light fixtures on time and on budget. Their knowledgeable and attentive staff delivers exceptional service along with lighting fixtures that will ensure a balance of performance, flexibility, energy savings and maintenance at a cost-effective price.

With access to most every lighting fixture available, Littman Bros. works directly with top manufacturers and electrical distributors from around the world including top commercial lighting brands such as Cooper Lighting, Hubbell Lighting and Lithonia Lighting. Combined these companies produce commercial, industrial, outdoor, residential and environmental lighting of the highest quality.

To add Littman Bros. to your bidder list or to request a quote for your next commercial lighting project, visit the Littman Bros. website at http://www.littmanbros.com or call 847-524-9250.

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