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“My business just grows…”

Learn why CrestClean has over 520 franchise owners enjoying success all over the country.


6 reasons why CrestClean's franchises for sale are a great business decision

1. Proven Industry

Cleaning is one of the most secure businesses to be in. All buildings need cleaning, and there’s potential for growth.

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2. Industry Leaders

Since 1996, CrestClean have been industry leaders. Today we clean for over 3000 customers in 26 regions.

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3. Career Training

We provide regular courses in Cleaning and Hygiene. You can establish a professional career in the cleaning industry.

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4. Customers & Equipment

Our team uses the latest technology and industry innovations for regular contracted cleaning of offices and buildings.

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5. Business Support

No selling and invoicing – income is paid twice per month. GST returns and annual accounts are done for you. Easy as.

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6. Our People

From many walks of life, ages and cultures, CrestClean people are independent business owners supported by industry professionals.

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Move to the Regions

Relocate to one of New Zealand’s regional cities, and we’ll give you up to $3000 toward relocation costs.

No Deposit Finance

We understand how hard it is to save these days, so we’ve opened the door for you to step into your own business with a No Deposit finance package.

Franchise Seminars

We invite you to join us for an informal presentation about how you can create a stable financial future with a CrestClean franchise.

Latest News

July 2016
Wellington franchisees Harikala, left and Naran Khatri with Wadestown School Principal Sally Barrett.

Wellington franchisees receive praise for doing “superb” job

Wellington franchisees Harikala and Naran Khatri have been praised for doing a great job. Wadestown School Principal Sally Barrett says Harikala and Naran are superb. “I am always so impressed with our cleaning team,” she says. “I treasure them and they work extremely hard. They treat and clean this school

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June 2016
Junior rugby players and coaches practiced a number of skills and drills throughout the coaching session.

Top turnout for final CrestClean LeslieRugby Coaching Session

The CrestClean LeslieRugby Junior Rugby Team Coaching Programme is adding value to junior rugby in New Zealand. It is the third year CrestClean has sponsored the programme that promotes fundamental skill development and makes it easier for junior rugby team coaches to deliver a high value rugby practice. “Coaches are

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June 2016
Wellington franchisees Hanspreet Kaur Hari, Daler Singh, Rajeshri Panchal and Rana Kaur enjoyed learning more about how to care for floors.

Hard Floor course a great opportunity to up-skill

Up-skilling is an important part of CrestClean’s commitment to training franchisees. Wellington and Hutt Valley franchisees attended a one day Floor Care Introduction course that was held at the Wellington Cadet Centre. The course, which covered machine competence and use, gave franchisees the opportunity to understand how a buffing machine

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  • Junior rugby coaching enthusiasm praised


    Nelson franchisees Colin and Linda Bartlett enjoyed seeing the value the CrestClean LeslieRugby Junior Rugby Coaching Programme session provided junior rugby players and coaches. The coaching session was held at Sports Park in Motueka. The programme is aimed at junior rugby coaches and/or parents who are interested in coaching the

  • Birchville School pleased with cleaning ...

    Upper Hutt franchisees Daler Singh, Hanspreet Hari and Navneet Kaur received positive feedback about the services they are providing Birchville School from Principal Simon Kenny.

    Birchville School has moved forward thanks to Daler Singh, Hanspreet Hari and Navneet Kaur’s commitment to providing an excellent cleaning and caretaking service. The Upper Hutt team took over the school’s cleaning service in November last year and they have made a sizable impression, Principal Simon Kenny says. “They do

  • Number of personnel trained increases by...

    Master Cleaners Training Institute CEO Adam Hodge is pleased with personnel training numbers.

    An increase in the number of personnel trained through the Master Cleaners Training Institute reflects the demand for training and shows it is being met, CEO Adam Hodge says. The number of personnel trained in 2015 increased by 43 per cent over the four main training programmes compared to 2014.

  • Pure Water Window Cleaning proves effect...


    Pure Water Window Cleaning is becoming increasingly popular among businesses in Tauranga. The service provides cost effective window cleaning solutions for buildings up to 4 stories high. Carbon fibre poles and pure water technology is used to clean external windows. Carbon fibre poles can to extend to 10 metres, which

  • CrestClean Hutt Valley enjoys team meeti...

    Members of the CrestClean Hutt Valley team enjoyed catching up with each other.

    Sharing different things that have improved their business were one of the many discussion topics at the Hutt Valley team meeting. The meeting was held at Wholly Bagels in Lower Hutt. “There were a number of topics discussed throughout the meeting; Health and Safety was one of these. We discussed

  • CrestClean supports inaugural school gol...


    Nelson franchisees Colin and Linda Bartlett sponsored a hole at the Lower Moutere School Golf Tournament. The inaugural tournament was held at the Motueka Golf Course on April 10. Colin and Linda sponsored a barbecue breakfast before the 18-hole Ambrose Golf Tournament started as well as a gift basket, which

  • Pizza for Cleanest Classroom competition...

    Pizza definitely put smiles on Room 3 pupils at Methven School who won the CrestClean Cleanest Classroom competition. They are pictured with franchisee Mayank Patel.

    Room 3 at Methven School are tidy kiwis. At the end of each day throughout Term 1, pupils spent time cleaning up their classroom. As a result of their hard work, they won the CrestClean Cleanest Classroom competition for Term 1. The class enjoyed pizza for lunch as their reward.

  • Principals pleased with rugby ball prize

    Northland School principal Jeremy Edwards was pleased he won a set of rugby balls. He is pictured with Wellington Regional Manager Richard Brodie.

    Three lucky principals are thrilled they won a set of rugby balls for their school after they attended the Wellington Primary Principal’s Association Conference. As part of CrestClean’s stand, 126 principals entered the draw to win a set of nine rugby balls for their school. The winners were Northland School,

  • CrestClean LeslieRugby Junior Rugby Coac...


    South Canterbury Regional Manager Robert Glenie is looking forward to passing on the skills and drills he has learnt at the CrestClean LeslieRugby Junior Rugby Coaching Programme to his junior rugby team. About 15 coaches and 30 kids attended the session that was held at Alpine Energy Stadium in Timaru.