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“My business just grows…”

Learn why CrestClean has over 520 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.

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