Commercial Holiday Lighting

Commercial Lighting Services

Residential Holiday Lighting

Residential Lighting Services

Elevated Light Design

Elevated Light Design is committed to making your holiday season as bright as possible. A small locally owned Denver business, ELD was started by Rory Browne after a decade of commercial and residential holiday lighting experience in the Vail valley. We are eager to brighten your season through superior customer service, project flexibility and outstanding results.

It is our goal to be as energy efficient as possible. Therefore we suggest all customers use LED (Light Emitting Diode) Lights. We are aware that LED's are more expensive than traditional incandescent lights. That is why we offer our customers the opportunity to rent the lights on a seasonal basis. Our clients don't need to purchase expensive lights AND they can change their design year after year.  

There are all kinds of graphs and charts out there that compare LED's to Incandescent light bulbs, but to me, the most important facts are these:

  • LED's use approximately 90% less energy than Incandescent light bulbs
  • The average lifespan of an LED bulb is approximately 75,000 hours
  • The average lifespan of an Incandescent light bulb is approximately 1,500 hours

Elevated Light Design offers free design consultations and free estimates. We are always eager to hear about your latest lighting project. Contact us today to get started. 

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Elevated Lighting Design has done it again! Rory has worked on lighting on our property for years and he just recently returned to our estate in Santa Fe to do a few more trees. He is professional and easy to work with and he cares deeply about our satisfaction as clients. I used to think lighting trees was a simple thing my husband could...
Christina Price


Elevated Light Design is always looking to hear about your next lighting project. Contact us today by calling or emailing, or visiting our contact page.

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