Equipment Rental and Staging Services
Our clients choose A/V Davey Audio Visuals for two primary reasons:
  1. You love Davey's outrageously funny, quirky personality
  2. You value our top quality equipment or services at the most competitive rates.
Great Gear
When you call the A/V-ators to rent equipment for your event, you'll receive new, clean gear that's been professionally maintained and thoroughly tested. That means our projectors won't burn out during that critical client presentation and our microphones won't quit in the middle of your performance of the National Anthem. If picking up your rental gear is a problem, just ask and our A/V-ators van will conveniently deliver and set up the equipment to you. We'll do everything but wash your windows... well, okay, maybe your windows too.

Spectacular Staging
The sound, lighting and equipment for your large venue events cannot be left to anyone less than a professional (that's what Davey is, you know). Whether you're event is for 200 or 2000 people, you can rely on A/V Davey's Fortune 500 and hospitality experience to execute a flawless production. From pipe and drape to sound and projection services, we do it all for you (except windows) at the most cost-effective prices.

First to show and last to go For your next event, you can rely on us to be the "first to show and last to go". Our rental and staging services are available for your:

  • Corporate Meeting
  • Convention
  • Trade Show
  • Fundraiser
  • Social Event
  • Training Seminar
  • Fundraiser / Gala
  • Religious Observance
  • Courtroom appearance (legal/courtroom services, court video playback and recording, document cameras)
"A/V Davey staged our four-day New York Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church for over 2000 people. The sound was the best that we've had in our five years at Hofstra University."
Art McClanahan, pastor,
Fairfield Grace United Methodist Church

"I've rented A/V equipment from A/V Davey for years because they're so reliable. I give them my order and I never have to think about it again."
Denise Loeb, Special Events Coordinator
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

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