Q1: What's the benefit of Precision Architectural Lighting (PAL) being independently owned, rather than being part of a conglomerate?

As an independently owned, entrepreneurially minded company that designs, markets, produces, and supports all its own lighting fixtures, PAL is more focused in two ways:

  1. Everything we do is aimed at improving the quality of architectural-grade linear lighting fixtures, and only architectural-grade linear fixtures.
  2. We provide unmatched customer service, starting with the order-design stage, through build, completion and follow-up.


Q2:  Does PAL also build custom-designed lighting fixtures?

Yes, absolutely. Being an independent lighting manufacturer also affords us the flexibility to develop fixtures with custom features, special colors or even unique styling options. We welcome special opportunities like these and pride ourselves on "thinking outside the box" to come up with just the right fixture to complete your project.


Q3: Are PAL's fixtures made in the U.S.A.?

Yes. All PAL fixtures are proudly manufactured in and shipped from our Houston, TX facility. In addition, all PAL fixtures conform to the provisions of the Buy America Act.


Q4: How do I get a quote for an installation?

Look at our Agent Locator Map to find the PAL representative nearest you, or contact us (LINK TO This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for a referral to a qualified lighting specialist.


Q5: Does PAL manufacture fixtures with sustainability features?

Yes, our fixtures incorporate a number of 'green' features that support LEED certification, including daylight sensors, LED light sources, dimming ballasts and dual-level switching. Count on us for your most demanding specifications.


Q6: What's unique about working with PAL?

PAL is different from many lighting manufacturers in that we're comfortable being involved in a project from inception to completion. Applying our wealth of experience, we're able to make suggestions, identify problem areas and ask questions that help your job run more efficiently and reach a successful conclusion more quickly.