If you’re looking for businesses for sale in Kerikeri with low risk and a high profit margin then Crest’s cleaning franchise opportunities tick every box.
Professional cleaning is one of the most secure and rewarding businesses to be in – because all buildings need cleaning.
We use the latest equipment and we provide internationally recognised training programmes, plus lots of local support.
Income is paid twice a month for your work, guaranteed. There’s no selling or invoicing… CrestClean manages the customers, and your GST and annual accounts are done for you too.
We’ve been helping people like you succeed since 1996!
Learn why CrestClean has over 500 franchise owners enjoying success all over the country.
If you are looking for a simple business opportunity with low risk and high profit margin then Crest's Cleaning franchise opportunities tick every box.
Jim McManus was born in Northern Ireland. His family moved to Zambia in central Africa and later to New Zealand when Jim was 9 years old. Prior to joining Crest he worked for nearly 20 years in logistics. Jim joined CrestClean as a franchisee four years ago. CrestClean ticked all the boxes for Jim who was looking for a business that was largely recession proof and allowed flexibility for family time. “Crest was it and I haven’t looked back – next to marrying my wife, it was the best move I have ever made! “The region was developed by Neil and Rachel Kumar under the North Harbour banner and the success of their endeavours lead to the creation of the Whangarei Region as it became too big a territory for them to manage on their own.
“The Region covers the entire Northland Region and we have seven great Franchisee Teams currently based around Whangarei and Kerikeri. There are tremendous opportunities for growth and we have big plans for the region.” Before taking on the region from Neil, Jim was part of the North Harbour Regional Training Team. “The thing I enjoy most about working alongside franchisees is watching them grow within themselves and within their business.”