Todd Director was a guest on CT Style once again on Tuesday, May 3. He discussed the vast selection of decorative hardware available at our Southington showroom with Ryan Kristafer, including Emtek knobs and Schlage keyless entry.
Touch And Go
Forgot the key? With a Touchscreen deadbolt from Schlage, there are no more keys to lose, carry or forget. You can get security with your choice of style and a variety of finishes to choose from. You’ll be saying Oh La Lock every time you use the keypad.
Connecticut Lighting Centers has Touchscreen deadbolts by Schlage for $129.95-199.95.
- Numeric Touchscreen
- Slim Profile
- LED Down Lighting
- High quality and durable
- Warranty: Limited Lifetime Mechanical Finish Warranty, 3-Year Limited Electronics Warranty
- Easy to Install
- Customizable to fit a range of doors
Horton Brasses: Timeless Designs That Stand the Test of Time
Connecticut Lighting Centers is now an exclusive Horton Brasses retailer! Horton Brasses is a family owned & locally operated business located in Cromwell, Connecticut. They have over 70 years of experience handcrafting classic brass hardware products. Their classic designs stand the test of time.
About Horton Brasses:
- Family owned & locally operated for over 70 years
- Located & produced in Cromwell, Connecticut
- Products include cabinet knobs, drawer pulls, door hardware, hinges & more
- Products made with high quality brass, iron & various woods
- Seven finishes available (custom order finishes available)
- Functional, classic designs
- Reproductions of antique Hardware available
The difference is in the details
Connecticut Lighting Centers introduces Water Street Brass. Water Street Brass has a rich heritage in hardware. Made proudly in the U.S.A. in Jamestown, New York. Their artisans have decades of experience and handcraft all of their hardware products including cabinet, door and furniture hardware. Water Street Brass hardware is designed, manufactured, and finished to ensure superior style, quality and craftsmanship.
The Water Street Brass team worked hard to create a line of innovative decorative hardware that represents form, function and beauty. Great minds think alike: Like us, they believe that hardware is jewelry for the home, or the cherry on top of a sundae.
Why Choose Water Street Brass:
- Made in the U.S.A in Jamestown, NY
- Handcrafted by artisans with decades of experience
- Family owned & operated for over 90 years
- Over 250 finishes
- High level quality of products
- Lifetime guarantee
- Custom requests available
By: Jim Fellows, Hardware Manager
Connecticut Lighting Centers recently expanded the Hartford location on Brainard Road to include an impressive new over 1,000 sq. ft. Decorative Hardware Showroom to create a one-stop shopping experience for our customers. One of the leading vendors of Decorative Hardware is a long time local, made in the U.S.A. manufacturer – Colonial Bronze of Torrington, Connecticut.
Since 1927, Colonial Bronze has been a manufacturer of high quality Decorative Hardware including cabinet knobs, drawer pulls, handles, and switch plates as well as specialty functional hardware. Today, the company is still located in Torrington with a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility that is unsurpassed for quality and durability of products. Colonial Bronze is the only company to offer a written Lifetime Finish Guarantee against tarnishing.
A recent partnership has resulted in a new line of leather and brass hardware called “Tanner’s Craft” – a marriage of the finest leather from Edelman Leather and the solid brass creations of Colonial Bronze. They are also leaders in developing anti-microbial coatings for all of their products-a clear coating to protect products and people from harmful bacteria. In addition, Colonial’s products are certified Green – consisting of 95% pre-consumer recycled material – certified by Scientific Certification Systems, a leading third party auditor of environmental claims.
Connecticut Lighting Centers is proud to support locally owned and operated manufacturers of quality products. Money spent locally stays in the local community longer. For every $100 you spend, $69 returns to the community through taxes, payroll & other expenditures, which in turn invigorates the local economy.