Builder & Developer Magazine’s Brand Preference Survey Winner

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The results are in for Builder & Developer Magazine’s 2016 Building Materials Brand Preference Survey, and Progress Lighting has been chosen as one of the winners! We are truly honored that our lighting fixtures are among the most preferred building products by the readers of B&D, Options for Today’s Fine Homes, 50+ Builder, Residential Contractor, Green Home Builder and Builder Bytes.

Builders know when they invest in Progress Lighting, they benefit from our company’s unique insights into the housing industry, as well as a multitude of resources to support projects and growth within residential markets across the nation.

Here is further evidence of the effort we place on gaining trust when it comes to brand preference:

Recently Progress Lighting unveiled a residential growth plan that detailed a huge investment, supporting the goal of becoming the number one market leader through key initiatives, such as:

• A new and consolidated distribution center
• Refreshed branding and go to market strategy
• New Design Series subcategory to focus on showroom sales growth
• Inspirational materials that provide on-trend whole home solutions

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“Trends come and go – but good design should be timeless,” said Senior Product Designer James Thomas, who designed Progress Lighting’s Equinox collection. Even though it has been on the market for a decade, our team still continues to see Equinox featured in classic interiors and popular projects for new audiences to enjoy.
Enjoy the following images featuring our Equinox collection, and thank you to everyone who voted for Progress Lighting!
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Image courtesy of Possibilities for Design, Toll Brothers; Photography by Eric Lucero[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/3″]
Image courtesy of Toll Brothers
[/su_column] [su_column size=”1/3″]Equinox featured in HGTV’s Property Brothers episode.
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