Hinkley Lighting Partners With Deckorators on New Deck Lighting Line

The line of low-voltage deck lighting launched this week at DeckExpo in Baltimore, MD.

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Deckorators by Hinkley Lighting, a new line of low-voltage deck lighting jointly developed by both companies, launched this week at DeckExpo in Baltimore, MD. The collaboration between Hinkley Lighting and Deckorators, a subsidiary of Universal Forest Products, is the first of its kind for both companies.

“Our partnership with Deckorators moves us into a new channel of distribution,” says Doug Prexta, landscape lighting Sales Manager for Hinkley. “We’re thrilled to bring dealers and contractors design-forward deck lighting options we know their customers will love, especially with outdoor living projects on the rise.”

Deckorators by Hinkley Lighting includes a selection of 12-volt LED post cap, step light and deck sconce options to coordinate with Deckorators composite decking and railing. All options offer ease of installation, exceptional illumination and a five-year LED and manufacturing defects limited warranty.

Deckorators by Hinkley Lighting options include:

  • The Luna Collection 4-inch post cap in Black and White to match ALX Pro railing.
  • The Luna Collection 2.5-inch post cap in Textured White, Matte Black and Satin Black to match ALX Classic railing.
  • The Luna Collection 2.5-inch post cap in Brushed Titanium to match ALX Contemporary railing.
  • The Luna Collection step lights in Bronze and Satin White.
  • The Nuvi Collection of deck sconces in Matte Black and Textured White.
  • 12V LED round and square post sconces in Matte White and Satin Black.


For more information, visit www.Deckorators.com/Hinkley or call (800) 332-5724.

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