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“My business just grows…”

Learn why CrestClean has over 600 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 4300 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

Make a smart move, relocate to one of New Zealand’s regional cities.

Property Caretaking

Do you like working outside and have practical skills? We’re now offering Property Caretaking franchise opportunities.

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

November 2017

Crest couple win NZ Franchise Award

CrestClean business owners Dan Pariachi and Madhu Mala have scooped a major award at an annual event that recognises excellence in New Zealand’s franchise sector. The Dunedin couple are national winners in the Business Services category of the Westpac New Zealand Franchise Awards. It’s a remarkable achievement for the husband

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March 2018

Be part of Crest’s photo quest

Crest doesn’t have the contract to clean France’s iconic Eiffel Tower – well, not just yet! While it might be a tall order right now, franchisees Anthony and Jackie Batoy left visitors to the famous Paris landmark in no doubt that the CrestClean team was in town. Wearing their eye-catching

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March 2018
CrestClean’s Caroline Wedding (left) puts on a morning tea. With her is caretaker Thang Hlawnceu and Windy Ridge School staff Sarah Turner, Brenda McPherson, Amanda Hurley, Jane Brown and Caroline Walker

Thumbs up for Crest PropertyCare

A busy Auckland school’s ground-breaking decision to switch its caretaking to a contracted based service is proving a big hit with staff. Windy Ridge School Principal Brenda McPherson is delighted with the new arrangement and says nothing is too much trouble for Crest PropertyCare’s Thang Hlawnceu. “He’s really committed to

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  • Kids’ heartfelt message to cleaners

    CrestClean’s Rozelyn Maharaj has been bowled over by a card from 20 youngsters at a Dunedin school after she went the extra mile when a classroom was left in a mess. Their collective message brought Rozelyn to tears after she discovered a giant “sorry” card had been left for her

  • Popular couple are customer-focussed

    Rachel Gill receives her Certificate of Long Service from Viky Narayan, CrestClean’s Auckland South Regional Manager.

    Business owners Shivraj Gill and his wife Rachel are highly regarded by their Auckland customers they clean for. It means that whenever they take a well-deserved break questions are soon asked as to how long they will be away. Viky Narayan, CrestClean’s Auckland South Regional Manager says the popular couple

  • Crest ticks all boxes for stay-at-home d...

    Jijoy Johny has plenty of time to spend with his two young daughters. As a stay-at-home dad he has all day free until the early evening, when his thoughts turn to work and he leaves home to look after his CrestClean customers in the Wairarapa. The 36-year-old dad says being

  • Blown away by Crest PropertyCare’s...

    Kath Joblin, Principal St Thomas More Catholic School, says Mike Warnes has made a huge impact in his role as the caretaker.

    He might be there just five hours each week but the huge difference he’s making to the school’s appearance is a hot topic of conversation for parents and teachers. Kath Joblin, Principal at St Thomas More Catholic School, says having a caretaker on a contract arrangement has worked out better

  • Winners sweep up Crest’s school award

    CrestClean’s Amandeep Singh and teacher Lee Rattray at Newstead School with pupils who won the Cleanest Classroom Award.

    These Hamilton youngsters got swept up by the cleaning bug to win CrestClean’s Cleanest Classroom Award. The Newstead School pupils tucked into pizza as a reward for keeping their classroom the tidiest. The competition is run at many of the 430 schools that are cleaned by CrestClean franchisees. The classroom

  • Business allows plenty of family time

    Kuljinder Kaur and Jasvir Singh and their baby boy Aikam.

    As a busy new dad Jasvir Singh treasures the time he gets to spend with his baby son. He sees a lot of young Aikam in between his university studies and running a successful CrestClean business with his wife Kuljinder Kaur. The couple owned a CrestClean franchise in Tauranga but

  • Big demand for Crest’s carpet care

    Daler Singh and Hanspreet Hari with employee Lakhwinder Singh (left).

    Crest’s Hutt Valley carpet care experts have been floored by compliments about the high standard of their work. There’s been nothing but great feedback from Daler Singh and Hanspreet Hari’s customers about their professional standards. Demand for the service has been so great that the couple have just invested in

  • Training role rewards couple’s commitm...

    Nishneel Prasad and Ritika Sheelam have joined the Master Cleaners Training Institute.

    Auckland couple Nishneel Prasad and Ritika Sheelam have stepped up to join CrestClean’s training arm the Master Cleaners Training Institute. The pair have just been appointed as Induction Trainers and will be the first point of contact for new franchisees in their region. Induction Training is an important part of

  • From minimum wage to business owner

    Roshni and Ravendra Prasad have been with CrestClean for three years and run a successful business.

    It’s hard to believe how radically their circumstances have changed in just three short years. Roshni Prasad had a job as a cleaner, and being on the minimum wage there was precious little in her pay packet each week. Her husband Ravendra worked hard as a mechanic and any thoughts