Set Rental

About Our Standing Sets

The Sets

We are currently creating a facility for small production teams with standing sets and affordable rental rates.

Pictures and rates will be coming soon.

  • Ideal for smaller production teams (under 15)
  • Low-cost geared toward indie budgets

Sets Available:

  • Dining Room
  • Living Room
  • Large configurable space, ideal for safe room, morgue, interrogation room, warehouse, etc.
  • Diner
  • Bar / Retail Counter
  • Kitchen
  • Small configurable space (Currently configured as a hacker’s headquarters)

Sets Include:

  • High Ceilings
  • LED Lights
  • Standard Grip Gear

On Site Amenities:

  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • A/C
  • Hot water
  • Back patio
  • Multi-use areas

Additional Rentals/Services:

  • On-Site Engineer
  • Sound Rental
  • Camera Package Rentals


Info Coming Soon!


Photos Coming Soon!

The Rules

  1. Stage all equipment in designated area.
  2. Please do not use standing sets as storage and work areas, to avoid damage!
  3. No Smoking permitted inside studio, only in designated smoking area on side of building.
  4. No flames, fake blood, liquids or dirt effects without approval.
  5. No animals allowed inside studio without pre-approval and signed animal waiver.
  6. No painting, or spraying of any aerosols indoors.
  7. Must use Command Strips for hanging anything on walls; otherwise $5/hole for studio staff to patch & paint.
  8. Prop weapons brought onsite must be inspected by studio staff.
  9. Any furniture, props, or décor moved, must be returned to original position after shoot.
  10. Cleaning Checklist: 
    • Empty Trash, Empty Fridge,
    • Clean Coffee Machine (if used),
    • Wipe Counters & Any Spills,
    • Sweep Floors If Needed,
      Remove Tape Markers from Floors,
    • All Studio Grip Gear Back On Cart,
    • All Studio Practical Lightbulbs Put Back & Turned On

Additional Services

  • On Site Engineer
  • Sound Package
  • Camera Packages
  • Custom Set Design / Dressing

Info Coming Soon!


Yes, you can scout the studio, but by appointment only. Scouting can be done prior to booking and tech scouting can be done after booking. All scouting is based on facility availability and cannot be done while other crews are on site.

You are responsible for your own insurance to cover damage & liability, and agree to replace or reimburse for damage within 48 hours.

While this is a relatively quite environment, it is not 100% soundproof. Please make an appointment to visit the facility or ask questions prior to booking should have have any questions or concerns regarding sound.

There is a large parking lot with ample parking.  Sundays tend to be the busiest days in the parking lot due to an adjacent Church that shares the parking lot.

There is parking directly in front of the facility as well as access to the back door; however, we do not have a rollup door, only standard entrances with single doors, so please keep that in mind when booking the facility.

We may allow an animal actor in the studio specifically for filming purposes on a case-by-case basis with prior approval. But for liability reasons, unfortunately we do not allow cast or crew to bring pets inside the studio. We welcome ADA-qualified service animals that are specifically trained to work or perform a task for people with disabilities. All animals MUST be pre-approved in advance of your shoot, and require a signed liability waiver by both the producer and animal handler, a sign posted inside the studio lobby during your shoot advising cast & crew of an animal on-set, and you are responsible for any damage, mess, or injury caused by the animal.

According to the ADA: Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. The work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability.  Animals whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA. Under the ADA, the service animal must already be trained before it can be taken into public places as a service animal. Under the ADA, service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls. In California, pretending to be an owner of a service dog is a criminal misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $1,000 (and/or up to six months imprisonment).

The facility is just outside of the TMZ (Thirty-Mile Zone) but is within the Secondary Studio Zone.