Our Awards

AOLP 2015 Merit Award: Best Feature Focus Lighting

AOLP (Association of Lighting Professionals) is the largest association of lighting designers, installers, manufacturers and distributors in the country and leads the industry in training, certifications and setting standards. Southern Lights is an AOLP member as well as CLVLT certified, and COLD member. Companies from all over the country submit projects for lighting awards. Southern Lights is very honored to receive an award for Best Feature Focus Lighting for our custom water feature in downtown Randleman. See the award and other winners here.

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ClaroLux 2014 Lighting and Design Award – Architectural Commercial

A beautiful design and install project completed in downtown Randleman has earned us the honor of ClaroLux’s 2014 Lighting & Design Award. Southern Lights took first place in the Commercial Architectural Lighting category. The project took about 12 months to complete all together and is our largest project to date. Our company is very excited to receive recognition for all of the hard work from such a great industry leader like ClaroLux. See the award and other winners here.

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ClaroLux 2013 Lighting & Design Award – Overall Winner

Southern Lights is honored to receive ClaroLux’s 2013 Lighting & Design Award. The award winning design and install was a large residential project located in Greensboro. The project began in the design phase. Southern Exposure Landscape, our parent company designed and installed an expansive entertaining patio, fireplace and kitchen. The area was given life with over 70 ClaroLux fixtures. This project has also been featured in Landscape Contractors Magazine. Know more details here.

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ClaroLux 2015 Lighting & Design Award – Commercial Architectural Winner

Southern Lights is honored to receive ClaroLux’s 2015 Lighting & Design Award. The award winning design and install is the headquarters for Southern Lights and Southern Exposure Landscape. The all brick structure sits on an acre and half of open land at one of the major intersections in rural Summerield. Known as the Hillsdale Brick Store on the National Register of Historic Places, , the building was originally constructed as the sole post office in what was then, the town of Hillsdale, NC. The lighting needed to showcase our skill as well as respect the historic style of the building. Click here for more details.

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