Awarded For Second Year in a Row from Electronic Magazine
New ImpactLighting, Inc EPIC WIFI LIGHTING SYSTEM
The Epic™ Wifi Lighting System is a family of products designed to connect almost any LED lighting to a network in a matter of minutes
Introducing the New Impact EPIC SYMPHONY
There's nothing quite like experiencing a movie when your color changing lights are are insync with the genre of film you are watching
Introducing the New Impact EPIC Melody
A plethora of sounds including nature sounds like chirping crickets, waterfall, wind, thunderstorm, river, beach, etc.
Introducing the New Impact EPIC Railing System
The Epic Rail are both a clever and surprisingly obvious way to light up a staircase.
Residential Specialty Lighting
Star Ceiling, Sarasota, Florida
Commercial Specialty Lighting
Jason's Martini Club, Sanford, Florida
Full functioning LED roulette spa, Orlando, Florida
Marriot Hotel, Orlando, Florida
Introducing the New Impact EPIC FLARE
The ECN IMPACT Awards seeks to honor the best and most innovative in the design engineering world.
The Art Of Innovation . . . Impact Lighting, Inc. is an award winning lighting manufacturer that creates innovative lighting solutions for architectural, commercial, residential, and aquatic applications. The Impact Lighting, Inc. brand has been leading the world innovating, unique products and offering service quality by incorporating superior design and a fresh approach to integrate light into our lifestyle. Connected by an in-depth knowledge of lighting and a profound understanding of its effects on people and the environment believing that it's not only what is seen, but what is felt. Aspiring to add measureable added value to the lighting industry, Impact Lighting, Inc. provides customized lighting solutions. Read about our recent award from ECN.
Impact Lighting Inc. was awarded the 2014 product of the year award for its Epic Sky Technology's Star Panel System
Impact Lighting is featured in The Orlando Business Journal.
"Employees at Impact Lighting Inc. are mad scientists of sorts when it comes to lights, and the company’s workplace gives only a hint of what it offers.
Inside the company’s 26,000-square-foot facility in Orlando, you won’t see the average florescent lights hanging from the ceiling. Instead, you’ll see a color-changing water wall, lit wood panels that, when standing at a certain angle, reveal an outline of faces, soft neon colors in various shapes, and one room even has a multishape mirror wall that reflects LED lighting. It almost looks like the inside of a futuristic nightclub." – Matthew Richardson