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Lighting Supply Guy is a service driven full service lighting distributor serving business customers since 2006. In addition to thousands of lamps and ballasts, we stock all types of light fixtures, parking lot poles, lighting controls, and accessories at unbeatable prices. Located in Irvine, California, we ship nationwide and our trucks deliver throughout Southern California daily. Please contact us if you have any questions.
“Stop messing with the big box stores. Come here and get the right parts to fix nearly any lighting fixture. I was shocked at how low their prices were and the great service level!”
“Lighting Supply Guy has been our vendor for over 4 years now and we are happy to continue working with them. They are organized, responsive, and competitively priced. Shipping and invoicing have always been easy to track and manage. We appreciate the quick turnaround for
all of our requests and the consistent level of service.”
“The team here are all rockstars! Great folks to work with — excellent customer service and product knowledge. I highly recommend the Lighting Supply Guys!!!”
Lighting Supply Guy has been a service-driven lighting supply company since 2006
Our team of lighting consultants are certified by the National Association of Innovative Lighting Distributors (NAILD) as Lighting Specialist — this means we are well-equipped to guide you to the best lighting solutions for your needs, whether that’s help with lighting technology, site lighting assessment, group re-lamp assistance, digital site maps, energy management analysis, energy-saving LED implementation, and beyond.
California begins the process of phasing out fluorescent lamps, with a complete ban on their sale and distribution set to be enforced by 2025. Fluorescent lamps, though widely used in the past due to their relatively low cost, have several drawbacks that have become increasingly apparent over time.
- Standard screw or bayonet CFLs are prohibited beginning January 1, 2024
- Linear fluorescent (“tube”) lamps and PIN-based CFLs are banned beginning January 1, 2025
How does a Fluorescent lamp work? Fluorescent lamps are “gaseous discharge” light sources. Light is produced by passing an electric...