2016 Electrical Contractor Media Kit

This is Electrical Contractor magazine's 2016 media kit. It is a comprehensive document that contains everything you need to know about advertising with Electrical Contractor magazine.

May 2013
Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp. invited a large group of editors on June 12, 2013, to Milwaukee, Wis., to present the company's suite of new products for 2013.

Electrical Contractor Media Group Overview

A breakout of the full media kit, this pdf provides overview information about all that Electrical Contractor does.


Awards and Accolades

A breakout of the full media kit, this pdf details some of Electrical Contractors awards and special accomplishments.



A breakout of the full media kit, this pdf contains special advertising opportunities.


Electrical Contractor Rates

A breakout of the full media kit, this pdf contains Electrical Contractors advertising rates.


Electrical Contractor Mechanical Specifications

A breakout of the full media kit, this pdf contains mechanical specifications for advertising.


Lutron's Caseta Wireless App

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The connected home is the future, and the Lutron App for Caséta Wireless provides a strong foundation for that future. This app allows users to adjust their home’s lighting from anywhere, including controls for shades and temperature.
Use of this app first requires Lutron’s Smart Bridge. Once everything is set up, control of a home’s lighting will be in the palm of a user’s hand. The user can create personalized “scenes” and automatically schedule lights and shades to adjust based on the time of day and user behavior. For those who want to use Siri to control their lights, the Smart Bridge contains Apple HomeKit technology. The app is free for all Caséta Wireless users on the iTunes and Google Play stores.

Everlast Lighting’s Outdoor Walkway Series LED

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Everlast Lighting’s outdoor Walkway series LED has a classic form factor and adjustable standardized mounting hardware. It is available in acrylic and polycarbonate. Proprietary optics provide reduced uplight and disabling driver glare.