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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 husbandFull Story
It’s not only the kids who have been swept up by the excitement of being involved in CrestClean’s Cleanest Classroom Award. Principal Charlotte Castle says everyone at Red Hill Primary School has been totally captivated. “It’s competitive among the kids but also among the staff. It’s become quite infectious!” TheFull Story
A landmark apartment complex in Tauranga is utilising CrestClean’s Pure Water System to ensure the building’s exterior remains pristine. The Anchorage has recently undergone a major facelift with the completion of multimillion dollar project to reclad the15-year-old Mount Maunganui building. Twice yearly exterior cleaning of the Salisbury Ave complex isFull Story
A CrestClean team has been given a shining accolade by a school principal, who says they are the best cleaners he’s ever seen. Paul Shepherd says Salendra Chetty and Artika Mala do an outstanding job at Maunu School. “I’ve been involved in schools now for 40 odd years and they
His sign-written van is the perfect advert for CrestClean’s carpet care expert in Christchurch South. When Anthony Mudaliar decided it was time for a new vehicle for his business, size and economy were high on his wish list. After deciding to retire his trusty Toyota Hiace he had a good
PestCo service technician Mike Wills is definitely not a cricket fan – when it comes to his job that is. Forget about the popular game, it’s the tiny insects that have been his constant bugbear over the dry, warm months of summer and autumn. For crickets have been swarming to
He might have hung up his rugby boots but Dave Coupe is keen to keep his connection to the sport he’s passionate about. Dave has been passing on his knowledge of the game to the next generation of players as a volunteer coach. And he picked up some valuable tips
Starting in the cleaning industry at “ground level” gave her the passion and inspiration to aim for a senior management position with CrestClean. Shareen Raj, CrestClean’s new Regional Manager for Palmerston North, says being appointed to the key role is a dream come true and the experience of being a
Ajay Kamboj might be a newcomer to the cleaning industry but he’s taken a smart decision to futureproof the business with his choice of vehicle. The 25-year-old soon realised that size would be an issue if he wanted to offer customers a wider range of services. Buying a spacious Nissan
Hungry visitors cleaned out the entire stock of home-made dumplings cooked up by Crest’s Taranaki team for a school fundraiser. There was a mini stampede for the tasty treats when Regional Manager Prasun Acharya and his wife Diksha Niraula set up their stall during a gala evening at Vogeltown School.
Crest personnel were in high demand to answer questions at a teachers’ conference in Queenstown. Caroline Wedding says a number of school principals were unhappy with the arrangements they have for cleaning and were looking for “solutions”. “They were wanting more information on how a contracted cleaning set up works.
CrestClean’s community programme to boost junior rugby has taken off as ex-Highlanders player John Leslie prepares to deliver the next round of his unique training sessions. John, a former Scotland international, is touring the country visiting rugby clubs and local parks with a new series of free workshops for volunteer