Franchisees learn new Pure Water Window Cleaning system
On Saturday, June 1, six Auckland franchisees attended an Induction and Training Day on using CrestClean’s innovative new Pure Water Window Cleaning System.
Leo Wang, CrestClean’s expert instructor in this field, taught the franchisees everything they need to know about this environmentally friendly method of window cleaning that is revolutionising the industry. Leo has been using the system himself for a year, and says his customers are very happy with the increased quality of the cleaning.
CrestClean developed the Pure Water Window Cleaning System as the previous system was designed in the UK. New Zealand’s soft water is a higher quality than UK water, so their systems are over-engineered for our conditions. Not only is this ground-breaking new system ‘greener’, it is a much faster process of cleaning, and results in a longer lasting superior clean.
The system includes the use of Water Fed Poles (WFPs) that provide the opportunity to clean windows up to 10 metres above the ground. The Training Day was held at the Villa Maria Estate in Auckland, and the franchisees found they could easily reach the top of the third level windows from the ground using the new system.
Leo says CrestClean’s Pure Water Window Cleaning System fills a gap currently in the industry, and that CrestClean is leading the field in introducing this new method. CrestClean is now able to offer the service throughout Auckland, with our recently trained operators keen to embrace the benefits it provides.