Lighting Hire And Speaker Hire Experts LSC Sound And Light Hire Launches New Business In London

London lighting and speaker firm have launched a new business with a London and Surrey service area, just in time for holiday parties and events. The services are available to both private and corporate customers.

Surrey UK - November 9, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

LSC Sound and Light Hire and Mr Jason Beckett are pleased to announce the launch of their new business which is ready to provide various sound and lighting options for private and corporate customers in the London Surrounding Counties. The organization was founded to premiere a new standard in the sound and light business. Before starting LSC, Jason worked as a music producer and DJ and has also worked with various sound and light install companies around the London area.

Jason is a well-known DJ and face in the area, with 25 years’ experience and his passion, determination, and industry expertise are well respected. The firm is proud to have gained a local reputation for excellence.

According to a company spokesperson, “We are often asked what sets us apart from the competition. Unlike our lighting hire London competitors, we don't just focus on one or two areas of the sound and light business. We do it all. Don't go to a plethora of different companies for a service you can now receive all in one place from us. All of our lights work sound-to-light, meaning they will pick up on the music and work to the rhythm of the beats or bass. They also can be programmed by DMX which means they can be set to work in certain movements and patterns."

The light and speaker hire London, and Surrey is suitable for everything from small house parties to birthdays, weddings, outdoor fetes, school proms, and conferences; LSC has packages to suit every type of event need. The best sound and light equipment are used to make sure customers get the best quality and reliability at the event. Most of the equipment available for an event will fit in an average family car when going for a dry hire; bass bins would need a bigger vehicle or a van. We offer a free inspection, delivery, set up and pick up for your ease.

Contact Info:
Name: Mr Jason Beckett
Organization: LSC Sound and Light Hire
Address: 86 Parkview Way, Epsom, Surrey KT19 8FF UK
Phone: 07470 471658

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For more information, please visit https://lscsoundandlight.co.uk/

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