We stock the largest selection of High-Intensity Discharge (HID) bulbs in Southern Utah! We also carry alternative systems that offer great energy savings compared to HID.

Medium-based metal halides are popular for exterior wall packs. They produce clean, cool white light and are long-lasting. Our medium-base metal halides are suitable for both open and enclosed fixtures. We stock them in 50, 70, 100, 150, and 175 watts.
Pulse-start metal halides are harder to find but we carry them! In medium base we carry 200 watts, and in mogul base 250, 320, 350 and 400. The 400 watt bulbs come in both large (ED37) and small (BT28) jackets.
Mogul-based metal halides are found everywhere from wall-packs to warehouse ceilings to parking lot & street lamps. We offer 100, 150, 175, 250, 400, and 1000 watts. The 400 and 1000 watt bulbs come in both large (ED37) and small (ED28) jackets.
Ceramic metal halides aren’t commonly called for, but we stock a few in the T-shape and can order almost any size.
Ceramic metal halides also come in Par shapes. This one is 70 watts in long neck. They produce strong light that is ideal for high recessed fixtures.
Medium-based high pressure sodium bulbs are used in the same places as medium-base metal halides but require a different ballast. We stock 35, 50, 70, 100, and 150 watts.
Mogul-based high pressure sodium bulbs are still popular. We stock 35, 50, 70, 150, 250, 400, and 1000 watts.
Yes! We still carry mercury vapor bulbs! We stock 100 watts in medium base and 175 and 400 watts in mogul base.
Every metal halide fixture needs a ballast and when it’s time to replace yours, we offer the best prices around. We stock 50, 70, 100, 150, 175, 250, 400, and 1000 watts. We can special order 1500 watts. We also offer Pulse-Start ballasts in 150, 250, 320, 350, and 400.
High pressure sodium ballasts are getting harder to find locally, but we stock and sell them routinely, in 35, 50, 70, 100, 150, 250, and 400.
We can order in mercury vapor ballasts if necessary, but most of our customers switch out to metal halide when their MV fixtures need a ballast.