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“My business just grows…”

Learn why CrestClean has over 550 franchise owners enjoying success all over the country.

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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

December 2016
Adam Hodge shows franchisees how to safely pour cleaning solutions to obtain the correct dilution.

Training bar set high but franchisees excel

The bar was set high for Tauranga franchisees when they came under the eagle eye of Adam Hodge. They were given practical tasks to test their competency in order to obtain a Certificate in Commercial Cleaning awarded by the Master Cleaners Training Institute. Adam, the institute’s CEO, was overseeing the

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December 2016
Chris Barker explains the franchisee system to attendees at the seminar.

Sky’s the limit for would-be franchisees

Questions came thick and fast for Crest’s National Sales and Relocation Manager Chris Barker when he hosted a Timaru seminar. Prospective franchisees quizzed Chris on a variety of topics after he highlighted the great opportunities offered by Crest to become a small business owner as the company goes from strength

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November 2016
Richard Kemm has his vehicle and cleaning equipment checked by Jason Cheng, Crest’s Waikato/Bay of Plenty Quality Assurance Co-ordinator.

Banker-turned-franchisee enjoys his new freedom

When Richard Kemm decided to quit his senior job with a major bank he had done his homework and was confident joining Crest was the right move. Richard was a Business Banking Manager for an ANZ branch in Hamilton and a number of his clients were CrestClean franchisees. And the

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  • Singing’s a handy way to keep bugs at ...

    Adam Hodge says people should spend more time washing their hands.

    If you hear Adam Hodge piping up to sing Scotland’s national anthem there’s every chance he’ll be washing his hands. Adam is CrestClean’s training guru and the Master Cleaners Training Institute’s CEO is backing a move in the UK to encourage people to wash their hands for the length of

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  • Praise for Crest from school principals

    Barbara de Vries (right), Crest’s Nelson Regional Manager, presents rugby balls to Janice Gulbransen, Principal of Nayland Primary School, Nelson.

    Crest’s Nelson Regional Manager Barbara de Vries was on the ball when she met local school principals at their annual get together. CrestClean are the Bronze sponsors of the Nelson Principals Association Annual Conference and the company takes pride is supporting the hard work the principals do in maintaining high

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  • Fiva’s boxing clever for charity fight...

    Fiva Latu lost 11kg in preparation for the charity fight.

    Tomorrow is D-Day for Crest’s Fiva Latu when months of punishing boxing training is put to the ultimate test when he steps into the ring at a charity fight night. But win or lose, Fiva knows every moment will be worth it as he faces a tough opponent in the

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  • Principal stunned by surprise TV prize

    Principal Rosina Wikaira receives a television from Viky Narayan, Regional Manager South and East Auckland.

    Crest’s Regional Manager for South and East Auckland Viky Narayan stunned a school principal by his surprise visit. For under his arm was tucked a brand new television. It was won by Homai Primary School’s Principal Rosina Wikaira. She had entered a prize draw at the New Zealand Principals’ Federation

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  • Migrants flourish as business booms

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    When Glenn Cockroft started with Crest in Invercargill six years ago there were just six franchises. Today that number has grown to 32 franchises, involving more than 70 personnel. Many franchises are husband and wife businesses, often involving other family members. Glenn, CrestClean’s Regional Manager, says the area is booming

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  • Fiva lends a helping hand to 100-year-ol...

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    Meeting a 100-year-old proved to be inspirational for CrestClean’s Fiva Latu in more ways than one. Franchisee Fiva popped in on Havelock North’s Douglas Blake as he prepared to celebrate his milestone birthday with family and friends at the Mary Doyle Residential Complex. Douglas’ daughter had asked if someone could

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  • Sweet treats for a cleaning job well don...

    Seshli Anand with the chocolates she and her husband Raj received.

    When franchisee Raj Anand spotted a box of chocolates in a classroom he was cleaning he was more than a bit puzzled. But as he looked up at the classroom’s whiteboard it all became clear … and the six large words in front of him said it all, bringing a

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  • Upskilling course taken in their stride

    Time for a well-earned break during one of the training sessions in New Plymouth. With Taranaki Regional Manager Prasun Acharya (far right) are Hilary DeGroot, Manakinui Komene, Rajveer Kaur, Sunil Asi and Richard DeGroot.

    When franchisees upskilling their cleaning skills took a well-earned break they found the perfect picturesque backdrop to charge up their caffeine levels. New Plymouth’s Kawero Park Tennis and Squash Club not only has an idyllic oceanside setting, its facilities also provide a realistic venue, said Master Cleaners Training Institute CEO

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  • Enthusiasm shines at upskilling course

    Bhartika Singh leads the way at the training session.

    There was no shortage of enthusiasm when Raj Anand asked for volunteers during the Module 1 training for CrestClean franchisees in South Auckland. Bhartika Singh was keen to put into practice the techniques she had picked up on the training session run by the Master Cleaners Training Institute, which provides

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