Barn Light Electric Co.® has a reputation for offering top of the line, American-made products – with our most popular shade style stemming from the Barn Light Original Warehouse Shade. The design of this gooseneck light is based on vintage RLM warehouse shades that use the same high quality materials – just like the originals that were made almost 100 years ago.
One of the latest editions to the Barn Light Electric Co.® product line has been our porcelain enamel lighting. These porcelain barn lights pay homage to their original manufacturer – Goodrich™, who popularized the original gooseneck barn light shade style. Since the early 1930′s, these styles have been part of American culture. Originally, these light fixtures were commonly found on the exterior of industrial or agricultural buildings, such as barns, storage sheds, and gas stations. Today, porcelain barn lights are commonly found in homes and businesses, and are still manufactured utilizing raw steel and an exterior glass coating – the same components and processes that gave Goodrich™ its mass appeal when launching its first RLM Dome Reflectors in the 1930â€²s.
Top selling porcelain barn lights today are the Goodrich Dino™ 12″ Porcelain Gooseneck Light and the Ivanhoe™ Bomber 17″ Warehouse Porcelain Pendant. Our customers also love the Ivanhoe™ Sinclair Industrial Porcelain Pendant. Each shade comes in a variety of both modern and traditional porcelain enamel finishes and can be fully customized in your choice of gooseneck, stem mount, or cord hung option.
Three Reasons Customers Love Porcelain Enamel Barn Lights:
1. Easy to Clean: With a simple wash using mild soap and water, porcelain enamel can be restored to its original condition . After five, ten or 20 years, porcelain enamel is the one finish that will retain its original color.
2. Resists the Effects of Time: Porcelain enamel barn lights can successfully resist harsh extreme humidity, cold and heat. This finish does not deteriorate or corrode when in contact with chemicals found in most industries. It retains the original shape, color and texture, ultimately providing years of extended use compared to other fixtures.
3. Durable: The hardness of glass combined with the strength of steel provides the durability needed for industrial and commercial lighting applications.