1. Determine the type and size of the projector screen needed. Choose your screen based upon the size of your audience, your venue, and your lighting control. Large screen rentals such as 6X8 or 7.5X10 are suited for larger crowds of at least 200 people or more. For those events with more than 400 people multiple screens can achieve adequate coverage.  A 4×6 screen is smaller and perfect for meetings and events in smaller confined areas with up to 50 guests.  65” LCD TV can also be a perfect alternative for small meeting rooms with 10 to 25 attendees.  Lucas Productions provides many different size screens with both fScreenBlogront and rear projection capabilities.
  2. Front projection, projector is in front of screen, is useful when space is limited.  Rear projection, projector is behind the screen, is advantageous for many reasons.  It gives a more polished professional look; the presenter can walk in front of the screen, attendees can be place closer to the screen, and additional space can be saved when utilizing the corners of the room.  Lucas Productions provides both front and rear projection screens and projectors.
  3. Locate projector rental companies such as Lucas Productions in your area. You can also rent projection screens and audio visual equipment rental companies like Lucas Productions.
  4. Call each company to compare its costs, rental process, and its terms and conditions. Inquire about any special equipment needed to operate the projector screen properly, such as a mounting bracket, projector cart, cables,dualscreenblog remote or speaker mounts.
  5. Place your order once you’ve compared costs and decided on a rental company like Lucas Productions. Make sure you pick up your projector screen in enough time to set it up and test it out before your event so if you run into any problems, you still have time to contact the rental company for assistance.  Reputable companies like Lucas Productions will deliver the screen to you and give a quick tutorial for set up and operation.