Denver’s Commercial and Industrial Lighting Experts

Chuck Fedor, Owner of C and J Lighting, Inc.

“I have been in the lighting business for over 30 years. The last 20 years have been my own company, C and J Lighting, Inc.

I have been to 3 different lighting schools, maybe another 40 classes teaching me the different types of light bulbs (there are over 2,500), the many different types of fixtures and applications. Call me to get expert lighting advice.” – Chuck

About Lighting

Lighting is the first thing you turn on in the morning, and the last thing you turn off at night – no one pays any attention to lighting until you have a burnt out light or problems with your lights or ballasts.


Every business needs about 25 to 30 different types of light bulbs. Next time you walk into a store, any store, look around at the different types of application that have light. Think if a large department store for example: you first pull in the parking lot and there are probably 20 – 30 poles that all have lights and transformers. You then walk into the store and you see 4′ to 8′ fluorescent in the ceiling, these all have ballasts in each section. The freezers, produce section, heating lamps in the deli, all isles have various lights… all these display lights over all sections of the store, the register areas, the stock rooms, restrooms, vending machines – these all have a lighting fixtures, ballasts, and or wall-packs.


Next time you walk into your home, count the number of light bulbs you have – count all the light fixtures in your rooms, look at your stove, refrigerator, under your cabinets, your bathroom, out door lights, front yard, back yard, etc…

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If this makes you realize lighting is important, realize we just looked at one store and one home. Now look at one block of business, or one block of homes and think of how C and J Lighting can help save energy, save money, and help businesses and households GO GREEN!

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