A Buyer’s Guide To Custom Projection Screens

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Client presentations. Meetings with a multimedia element. Screenings for major conferences. Whatever is required of your projection screen, the point is your company needs one — or two. Like all the other things you use in your business, this is one investment that commands careful thought because you will want to get value for your money. And here is a quick guide to buying projection screens for your business.

Consider the projection environment you’ll require.

Custom retractable projection screens by Commercial SystemsAre you looking for a manual pull down screen? Do you maybe need a portable projection screen for events like trade conferences? Or would a wall-mounted screen do? Every business will have its own unique projection needs so before you consider your budget, know your application requirements. Nailing this down will help you choose the appropriate type of screen and save you a great deal of time with shopping.

When it comes to permanent installation, look into motorized and wall mounted screens.
Motorized screens use an electric motor to raise and lower the screen, with the aid of a remote control. So it’s completely convenient for crucial meetings and conferences with clients and stakeholders. In situations like these, you will want your presentations to go without a hitch — motorized, wall mounted screens will help you accomplish such goals.

Aside from that, motorized wall mounted screens look sleek and modern, which is why Commercial Systems, architectural specialty products provider in the Bay Area, has customized and installed motorized wall mounted screens for big companies like Apple in Mariani Avenue and Arista Networks in Santa Clara.

Know the difference between tensioned and non-tensioned.
Custom motorized projection screens in San FranciscoMotorized screens will come in tensioned and non-tensioned surfaces. You might want to go with a tensioned retractable projection screen because this type of screen surface is known for its maximized resolution and light reflectivity. Tensioned screens are also considered to be the highest performing screen.

Non-tensioned screens, meanwhile, have a tendency to crease, giving way to more imperfections (although a non-tensioned screen is the standard choice for some organizations).

Choose your screen provider and installer carefully.
Finally, make sure you’re on the right track with your projection screen by picking the right provider and installer. The installation is as important as the type of projection screen you choose. If your installer takes a long while to get your screen up and running, that service provider will be wasting your valuable time. So look for providers and installers that have proven quick installations. Commercial Systems is actually known for its speedy service as well as zero callbacks. Go here to get a free quote from us today.