How We Kept ‘dead Air’ At Bay Cleaning Amazing Radio Studios
It’s not our style to speak ill of the competition, but when Amazing Radio first contacted us, they were unhappy with the services they’d received from some other local commercial cleaners. They’d tried a few with limited success, and they really needed a long-term cleaning partner they could rely on.
Following one of our marketing mail-outs, they decided to give us a try. A test to see if we would make good on our promises to deliver consistently high standards and great value for money.
Cleaning a radio station isn’t like cleaning any other business premises. The first rule of radio is no ‘dead air’. That’s what they call silence over the airwaves – usually as a result of something getting in the way or going wrong.
So our task was to get the premises spotlessly clean with no disruption to the broadcast routine whatsoever. Easier said than done!
But with a thorough study of the broadcasting schedule and some careful forward-planning, we devised a system to clean all the studios by rotation, going into each one when it wasn’t broadcasting.