Outdoor lighting franchise, NiteLites, has been an industry leader since 1992. Our outdoor lighting business is the most recognized and trusted name for commercial and residential for designed and installed low voltage outdoor lighting. Our proven business model is designed to help you attain your personal, professional, and financial goals.
The NiteLites Outdoor Lighting Franchise
Lighting Business Opportunity
The time to take control of your destiny and own your own outdoor lighting franchise has never been better than today. Our clients – custom home builders, landscape architects, general contractors, landscape designers, developers, HOAs, property managers, hospitality professionals, and many more – trust NiteLites for their outdoor lighting needs. Over 98% of NiteLites customer rate their experience as excellent and cite quality, professionalism, value, attention to detail, and outstanding customer services as reasons they would refer NiteLites to their friends and family.
NiteLites franchises – businesses for outdoor lights – are available in many major U.S. cities, including: Austin 78664, Chicago, Cleveland 44060, Dallas 75115, Fort Worth 76051, Phoenix 85308, San Antonio 78299, Memphis, Boston 02107, New Orleans 70161, Miami 33109, Albuquerque 87544, Salt Lake City 84133, Louisville 40299, Pittsburgh 15237, St Petersburg, FL , Tampa, Orlando 32825, Las Vegas 89074, Milwaukee 53217, San Diego, Seattle 98154, Hartford 06156, Tucson 85750, Denver 80015, Lexington 40515 and San Jose 95125.
NiteLites installs our exclusive line of high performance, handcrafted, unique cast brass fixtures offering the longest and best warranties in the industry. We install “green friendly,” energy efficient, low-voltage and LED lighting systems that operate at a fraction of the cost of traditional line voltage systems. Although low voltage, NiteLites systems have the ability and function to illuminate multi-story buildings as well as provide breathtaking beauty and elegance to upscale residential properties.
The outdoor lighting industry growth is fueled by demand for energy efficient “green” lighting systems which fit LEED parameters nationally and globally.