At Beazer, we take great care in building relationships with our partners. They contribute to the delivery of comfortable, durable and energy efficient homes. This series highlights each of our amazing partners, and we are proud to introduce you to Progress Lighting.
Since 1906, Progress Lighting has been innovators in design, product integration, and technology. Today, the Progress Lighting team enjoys working within a wildly creative and innovative building at its parent company’s – Hubbell Lighting – headquarters, which they call “home.”
The 185,000 square foot headquarters in Greenville, SC leads the way in sustainable practices. Their “home” has achieved a Silver rating under U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED program. The brand believes in being good stewards of the environment as consumers and manufacturers – and that they lead the way for many others to follow.
In 2017, Progress Lighting underwent a brand refresh – to present a look that better fits who they are as a company. They are now a collection of people who have set out to do their best in an industry they love. It was more than a logo change – it set a fresh foundation to educate, equip and excite individuals with all that Progress Lighting has to offer.
Progress Lighting is more than just a lighting manufacturer with a rich heritage – they are illuminating a vision for the future. As they celebrate more than a century of successful partnerships, they turn their focus to the future. They intend to create collections that highlight a variety of on-trend lifestyles throughout homes nationwide.
Progress Lighting + Beazer Homes
“The team at Beazer Homes has been a valuable partner to us. We are always so impressed by how they use Progress Lighting in the most beautiful and unexpected ways in their homes,” said Jennifer Kis, Director of Marketing Communications for the residential lighting manufacturer. “By working together, we’re furthering a vision for homeowners across the country.”
Recently we challenged Progress Lighting to help us redesign our lighting plans for our homes. Our goals were to increase the amount of light, select light source types for ideal color temperature consistency, and to focus on value through environmentally friendly fixtures. To see the before and after photos see the case study here.