Historic Lighting Restoration – Modification & Energy Efficient Retrofitting

Grand Light has restored lighting fixtures of every scale and design. Our trusted restoration experts have years of experience recreating and caring for all materials–metals, wood, plaster, resin, tin, glass and more–while maintaining a keen eye for historical accuracy. We are capable of reproducing components, shapes and finishes down to the smallest detail. From professional diagrams and plans for your project to rewiring fixtures to UL standards, our specialists have proven their reputation as exceptional lighting restorers.

Please call us at 1-800-922-1469 or use our contact form to discuss you lighting restoration needs.



Project Spotlight:

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The United States Capitol Building

Grand Light was selected to restore historic interior crystal chandeliers from the United States Capitol Building for the Architect of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Each historic chandelier will undergo several different restoration techniques, including the re-plating of silver components and ultrasonic cleaning of crystal components.
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Hotel Syracuse

Grand Light is restoring the original interior chandeliers, plaster wall sconces, and flush mounts from the historic Hotel Syracuse located in Syracuse, New York. This project will involve a wide range of restoration techniques, including conservation of the existing finishes, complete refinishing, and the cleaning, hand polishing, and repair of crystal components.

Harvard University – Dunster House

Grand Light was selected to restore the original interior chandeliers and pendant, and the exterior sconce and post top for the Dunster House. Some fixtures required sand blasting to remove old coats before multiple applications of a beautiful powder coat finish was applied.

Internal Revenue Service Building

Grand Light was selected to restore the original exterior lanterns located on the IRS Headquarters. Each lantern was mechanically repaired, any missing parts were replicated by using the existing as models and each component was bead blasted and refinished.