The 10 Best Lights For Garages

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This wiki has been updated 20 times since it was first published in February of 2019. A well-lit garage tends to be safer and more efficient, so proper illumination is a must in the place where you park your car, store your tools, and maybe even keep your workbench. Whether you spend mere moments or countless hours in this space every day, one of these light fixtures will meet your needs. Here we list models ranked for brightness, ease of installation, efficiency, and price. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Sunco Lighting Linkable

2. PrimeLights Fixture

3. Barrina High Output

Editor's Notes

March 09, 2019:

Whether you use your garage to work on cars, store your tools, or simply park your vehicle, you’ll appreciate some bright, reliable lighting. If you’re looking for energy-efficient LEDs, the Barrina High Output just might provide the best bang for your buck, as they illuminate at a wide angle and boast an impressive 40,000-hour lifespan. For hanging LED fixtures, consider the Sunco Lighting, which require little effort to set up, and up to 4 can be linked together at once. For maximum brightness, consider the PrimeLights Fixture, which boasts a polished, mirrored reflector. Finally, we would be remiss if we didn’t provide a few old-school, quality fluorescent options, including the versatile Lithonia Lighting AllSeason, which can be affixed to the ceiling or stem-mounted -- and this could be the right one for you if you're partial to a practical pull-chain feature.

4. Lithonia Lighting AllSeason

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5. Striker Concepts 00342

6. Lithonia Lighting Wraparound

7. Hyperikon High Bay

8. GE 16466

9. Kihung Integrated

10. Hykolity Linear

Karen Bennett
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