LEDs Made in the USA

Built in America by 30-year LED Experts

Founded in 1989 at the dawn of LED lighting technology, EnviroLux is a true Made in USA, Women Owned Small Business LED manufacturer, that is an industry leader and provides tremendous expertise to our customers. Unlike newly formed companies trying to jump on the LED bandwagon, our hard-earned expertise is well-established and respected.

As the only US-based manufacturer, we actually build our top-rated LED systems right here at home. And our unparalleled LED experience means superior results for your company:

Expert Knowledge & Custom-Designed Systems

We work directly with ESCO management companies to determine the optimal LED solutions for their industrial and commercial customers, and we know how to produce the best LED solutions per application vs. inferior, unreliable imported products sourced by most of the lighting industry.  After studying each lighting application carefully,  our commercial LED solutions are precisely designed and manufactured at our facility in Washington State.

Rapid Production and Order Turn-Around Times

Most orders are built and shipped in just 24-48 hours. Once your system requirements are determined, we don’t need to send the specs or order product from China. Our team of professional builders have all they need to get your system built and out the door – fast. No other manufacturer is as responsive, or trusted:  We fully back our systems and honor all product warranties (though our systems are so reliable you’re likely to never need them!).

America’s Premiere LED Experts

Envirolux serves commercial and industrial customers of every size, industry, facility type, and lighting needs – across the U.S. and beyond. Our products, service, and expertise have been trusted by companies that include Lockheed Martin, Budweiser, McDonalds, NASA, and many more. Our custom-designed systems operate better and longer because they are custom-designed for every type of use and environment, from cold storage to outdoor security, food processing, or even Hawaii’s mountain-top observatories.