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Frontier Lighting, Inc
6280 Topaz Court, Fort Myers, Florida, United States

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6280 Topaz Court
Fort Myers, Florida
United States
ZIP: 33966
6204 28st Street East
Bradenton, Florida
United States
ZIP: 34203
2090 Palmetto Street
Clearwater, Florida
United States
ZIP: 33765
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Frontier Lighting, Inc. has been a respected supplier of quality lighting products since our company was founded in 1987 by Jeff McManus and Gary Bach. Our Florida lighting company was established with the purpose of supplying quality light products that help customers save money and valuable time on their lighting needs. We offer a vast selection of light bulbs, lighting fixtures, ballasts, landscape, LED conversions, lighting accessories, recycle and lighting solutions. Our Online Store and Florida locations are loaded with new products as they are developed; our knowledgeable staff are OSRAM / Sylvania’s Light Point Institute trained specialists. For these reasons, we are noted as Florida’s #1 Supplier of Lighting. Your satisfaction is our priority. Please do not hesitate to ask us how we can assist with your Commercial, Residential or Industrial lighting needs.

Welcome to our Bradenton, Florida location. Frontier Lighting’s new Bradenton Lighting store is located on Florida’s suncoast at 6204 28st Street East, Bradenton, FL 34203 (Manatee County) and is fully stocked with all the quality lighting products that you need to save you time and money such as the latest generations of LED light bulbs, LED fixtures, LED Parking Lot Lighting, halogen bulbs, compact fluorescents bulbs, metal halide light bulbs, ballasts, LED landscape lighting, indoor and outdoor commercial and instrial lighting. Our Bradenton/ Sarasota lighting store has been completly renovated with a open retail format sales counter area. Frontier Lighting is an authorized and stocking distributor for hundreds of the leading brands in lighting, including Osram Sylvania, TCP, Lithonia light fixtures, RAB Lighting, Simkar Lighting, Cree LED Lighting, Ushio, AccuLamp, and Juno recessed lighting.

As Osram Sylvania’s largest independent lighting distributor in Florida and a Sylvania top tier bulb and ballast distributor in the Southeastern United States,  Frontier Lighting has direct access to Osram Sylvania for all of the latest generation of LED products and high efficiency light bulbs, Quicktronic Osram Sylvania, Sarasota Light Bulbs, Bradenton Light Bulbs - LED Bulbs, ballasts, lighting fixtures Frontier Lighting - future fulfilment center location warehouse - 7246 21st st Sarasota, Fla 34237electronic fluorescent ballasts, Osram Sylvania’s industry leading LED light bulbs, in addition to Osram Sylvania’s high efficiency superior life fluorescent tubes, Ecologic, and standard or pulse start metal halide lamps. Contact Frontier Lighting for all your Sylvania light bulb and ballasts needs.

Since 1987, Frontier Lighting has been providing proven cost effective lighting solutions and helping our customers cut their energy costs and save time and money. Frontier Lighting provides daily delivery to business in Pinellas County, Sarasota County, Manatee County, and all Tampa Bay counties via our fleet of delivery trucks and has the right light for you. You can reach our Bradenton/ Sarasota lighting store by phone at 941-757-0890 and by fax 941-757-0896, or stop by our store location at 6204 28th Street East – Bradenton, Florida 34203. We would be glad to assist you with any lighting need you may have. View our preview of Sarasota and Bradenton Lighting Supplies

The Sarasota/ Bradenton area on Florida’s suncoast has a lot of history to be proud of. Bradenton Florida has been the home to the spring training camp for the Pittsburgh Pirates since 1968.  Sarasota, Florida offers the unique outdoor shopping experience at St. Armanda Circle an area of specialty retail shops in the downtown area of Sarasota. The Ringling Brother Circus Museum is located in Sarasota, Florida. The Ringling Estate includes an amazing miniature circus, in addition to the John and Mabel Ringling’s private residence and art gallery museum and their original personal train car that they used when traveling from city to city with the circus. The Legacy Trail links to the Venetian Waterway Park trials at the historic Venice Train Depot on Venice Avenue. The Venice Train Depot, built by the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers was opened March 27, 1927.  The railroad and the new Train Depot helped Venice survive during the 1920’s Florida real estate market crash and the 1930’s depression. The Venice Train Depot was purchased and resotored by Sarasota County, and was dedicated on October 24, 2003. The Myakka River State Park in Sarasota County, and the Mont Marine Laboratory located in Sarasota, a 10.5 acre campus that focuses on marine research including the safety of sea turtles from the lighting created from adjacent properties. Sarasota County and Manatee County are home to several landmarks on the National Register of Historic Places; The Bradenton Carnegie Library also known as historical Records Library of Manatee County in Bradenton, Florida – The Manatee County Courthouse in Bradenton, Florida. – The Bay Haven Hotel- John Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida. Bay Haven School in Sarasota, Florida – The DeMarcay Hotel in Sarasota, Florida – The City Electric Light and Power Plant Sarasota, Florida – The Frances-Carlton Apartment building Sarasota, Florida and the Hotel Venice in Venice, Florida. Explore these interesting places and enjoy many more points of interest in the Bradenton and Sarasota Counties.

Call today for your Free copy of our 96 pageuser friendly product guide containing hundreds of hard-to-find lightbulbs – incandescent light bulbs, LED light bulbs, LED fixtures, LED Fluorescent replacement lamps, fluorescent tubes, metal halide bulbs, high pressure sodium, tough coated bulbs, fluorescent and HID ballasts, replacement lighting sockets, T8 or T12 retrofit kits, indoor and outdoor light fixtures, sports lighting, parking lot lighting poles and fixtures, turtle friendly bulbs and fixtures, vandal resistant light fixtures, LED drivers, plastic or glass globes and lenses.

Frontier Lighting is pleased to announce the recent purchase of a new facility for our Bradenton/ Sarasota, Florida location. The building, located  at 6204 28th Street East in Bradenton, Florida, near the corner of US301 and 63rd Ave,  is currently in the process of being renovated and will become a permanent facility for Frontier Lighting’s existing branch location about 1/2 mile away servicing  Manatee County and Sarasota County. This larger facility will also serve as a central staging area for material for Frontier Lighting’s other growing branches located in Clearwater, Florida (Pinellas County) and Ft Myers Florida (Lee County) and Frontier Lighting’s web business The new facility will also provide as a platform for future planned expansion into other geographic markets within Florida. Once completed, the new 20,240 square foot Bradenton, Florida facility will include a 2,000 square foot sales counter area, and a 3,000 square foot office. The sales counter area will be fully stocked with bulbs and ballasts, incandescent, fluorescent, LED bulbs, LED Fixtures, metal halide and halogen light bulbs ballasts and light fixtures in an open retail format, the office space will include sales offices, a training room and an exercise room for employees. 


Frontier Lighting, Inc. is a proud supplier of Recycle Services and Recycle Products throughout the state of Florida. Our mission is foster energy saving habits that help business owners and residents save money on their electric needs. This is why our Florida Lighting Company provides an extensive selection of recycle kits and energy saving light products. Our knowledgeable staff helps educate customers on lighting options that develop more energy efficient environments.

The following are examples of eco-friendly lighting changes that will help you:

  • Installation of microprocessor-based controllers.
  • Installation of LED exit signs to replace incandescents.
  • Installation of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) in place of incandescent lamps.
  • Installation of high frequency (HF) electronic ballasts in place of conventional ballasts.
  • Installation of occupancy sensors, an inexpensive way to ensure that unused lights do not remain on.
  • Installation of high pressure sodium (HPS) lamps for applications where color rendering is not critical. Metal halide lamps should also be considered when correct color is important.
  • Replacing incandescent wall lights and exit sign lighting with CFL or LED-lit units will not only save a considerable amount of energy, it also will significantly reduce labor costs associated with
  • changing light bulbs, since CFLs and LEDs last much longer than incandescent bulbs.
  • Installation of energy-efficient fluorescent lamps in place of conventional fluorescent lamps. Replacing T12 lamps with T8 or T5 lamps are examples of florescent lighting changes.
  • Installation of photocells, devices that automatically detect the natural light level in a room and adjust the intensity of the artificial light accordingly.
  • If the HVAC system is being upgraded or replaced, the lighting system, too, should be reviewed and the loads attributed to lighting recalculated. When the air conditioning system is optimized, the air conditioning loads will be calculated based on existing lighting systems. If a condo plans to upgrade the lighting, it is best to do so at the time of the HVAC retrofit since the lighting and
  • HVAC systems have a large effect on each other

Recycling Services

With the decline of mercury being used in batteries, mercury containing light bulbs and other electrical devices are quickly becoming the largest sources of mercury going into Florida’s municipal solid waste stream. Mercury is used in many common items including fluorescent lamps and some HID lamps and thermostats. The mercury in fluorescent light bulbs is a critical component to their proper operation, but the disposal of these items at the end of their life is where the environmental issues come up. Unless these products are recycled or otherwise disposed of properly, the mercury from these products can pollute the ground water and air after these items end up in landfills. By recycling these products we can help reduce the pollutants in the environment. While a household may have a few burnt out fluorescent over the course of a year or two, the numbers of these bulbs going into the solid waste stream adds up when you look at the number of households in Florida disposing of spent fluorescent linear and spiral bulbs. Everyone including households should have their fluorescent lamps recycled in a safe manor.

Free Recycling

For households with spent mercury containing lamps, most counties usually offer drop-off locations at various times throughout the year where people can drop off their spent lamps, in addition to paints, chemicals and other hazardous chemicals so they can be disposed of properly rather than going into the land fills. These drop off locations and dates are usually posted on the County websites. While these drop off locations are a great way to get rid of household bulbs and unwanted chemicals and old paint. Commercial users need to follow different rules.

Business Lamp Recycling

When you compare the lighting used in commercial and industrial buildings, fluorescent lighting is still by far the most overall economical method of general lighting for offices, most warehouses and parking garages. With that being said, the proper handling and disposal of these products needs to be understood by the property owners or their management offices to be in compliance with EPA regulations. When recycling for businesses, the business is required to keep documentation on the bulbs they have sent to be recycled and keep a certificate of the completed recycling process. There would normally be two parties involved in the reclamation process; a Transporter and Recycling Facility.

Recycling Facilities

The recycling facility is responsible for receiving the spent lamps from the transporters and processing the lamps. In this reclamation process the mercury is separated from the other components of the bulb such as glass, aluminum ends, etc. Once the process is complete the recycling company will provide certificates of completion to the transporter usually after payment to the recycling facility is received from the transporter.There are also mobile recycling units that are mounted on trucks. If these units are properly certified through the EPA, these mobile units become the transporter and the recycling center.

Protect Your Company From Liability

Some distributors may offer “free recycling” as a way to entice unsuspecting business customers into doing business with them. Since there is a cost to recycling, these distributors are either adding the recycling costs into the price of the replacement lamps they are selling you, or they may be disposing of the bulbs illegally. Be very wary of these companies because they are not recycling the bulbs they are placing their customers in jeopardy by ultimately subjecting them to a significant potential liability (fines can reach well over $50,000.00) for the sake of making a fast buck, because the waste generator (bulb user) is liable for the proper disposal of the fluorescent lamps. The key to protecting your facility from this liability is to make sure you are dealing with reputable companies and by making sure the transporter of the bulbs provides you with a delivery manifest detailing what is picked up by length and quantity of the bulbs, and after the bulbs have been transported to the recycling facility and recycled you should receive your copy of the certificate of completion. The transporters should forward the certificate of completion to you after the recycling process has been completed. Some transporters may send this after the customer’s invoice has been paid.

Large Volume Waste Generators

For businesses that have a large number of lamps, Frontier Lighting is a registered transporter with the EPA and can arrange for the pickup of any quantity of spent lamps from your facility. The lamps should be re-packed into cases so that the lamps can be picked up to be taken to the recycling facility. Frontier Lighting has special fluorescent packing boxes available if you need extra boxes. These boxes would be suitable to hold approximately (40) T12 lamps or (60) T8 fluorescent lamps. Frontier Lighting is available to provide any information you may need to make sure you are in compliance with your lamp recycling.Frontier Lighting has been specializing in the lighting business since 1987 and would be glad to offer solutions to all your lighting and recycling needs. Any of our Florida branch locations can arrange for the proper recycling of all of your burned out lamps. Call our customer service specialists today for prompt professional service or visit our on-line superstore


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