Time for a spring clean of your Audiovisual System?
“Spring was moving in the air above and in the earth below and around him, penetrating even his dark and lowly little house with its spirit of divine discontent and longing.”
So said Kenneth Graham of Mole in Wind in the Willows.
Some researchers trace the origin of spring cleaning to the Iranian Nowruz, the Persian new year, which falls on the first day of spring. … Traditionally, the Catholic church thoroughly cleans the church altar and everything associated with it on Maundy Thursday, the day before Good Friday, in the Spring – in the Northern Hemisphere of course.
Spring cleaning your audiovisual system is like maintaining anything else – your teeth, your health, your finances, your car.
If you ensure you keep up with scheduled maintenance and regular servicing of your AV equipment, your school or organisations will see significant time and cost savings, as well as avoiding any hidden surprises.
Without regular Audio Visual system servicing, you could be reducing the lifespan and reliability of your system. More often than not now days the servicing of Audio visual systems is about keeping them operational so they don’t let you down in critical times of need.
Incomplete maintenance can can have multiple effects, such as:
• Shortened equipment life
• Reduced image quality
• Total lifespan reduction
• Premature or poorly timed failure!
Maximise the lifespan of your investment through regular maintenance! We provide a service and repair which is more than just a spit and polish.
We are also able to do a full test of your audio visual system complete with written report and suggest changes and improvements.
The team at DIB Australia runs regular servicing of any equipment we install for clients.
Maintenance like this can also extend the working life of your equipment thus increasing your return on investment in these important tools for education and business.
So maybe it is time for a spring clean of your Audiovisual System