Caretaking Featured

  • Pride of Workmanship Award for Invercargill franchisee

    Cleaner receives Rotary award

    From veterinary tutor, to milking cows, to cleaning, Jonathan Luna has always taken pride in his work — and now he has an award to prove it. The CrestClean franchisee is the proud recipient of a Pride of Workmanship Award, presented to him by Invercargill Sunrise Rotary. The award acknowledges people who display outstanding qualities

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  • Former carpenter finds his niche as school’s...

    Principal Janet Moyle with caretaker Tagau Meleson seen presenting a RecycleKiwi resource pack.

    He’s become the school’s “Mr Fix-it” and nothing is too much trouble for Tagau Meleson. The carpenter and joiner, who has more than 40 years’ experience, has found his niche as the caretaker at Auckland’s Henderson Valley School. Whether he’s mowing lawns and gardening or carrying out general maintenance tasks, such as replacing faulty locks

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  • Caretaker wins praise of grateful school principal

    Shalvin Raj with Don Buck School’s Principal Jennice Murray (right) and admin staff Carolyn Goffin and Michelle Lewis.

    Putting her school’s caretaking duties in CrestClean’s hands has been a resounding success, says Principal Jennice Murray. “I would never go back to any other way now,” adds the head of Don Buck School. Crest PropertyCare provides schools and businesses with a viable alternative to directly employing a caretaker. Caretaking duties operate on a contract

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  • Beyond the job: Unsung hero recognised for community...

    When kids turn up to school without shoes it tugs at his heartstrings and in his mind’s eye he pictures his own upbringing in Fiji. As the school’s property caretaker, Puti Apati is a popular figure and he gets to know most of the children attending Kelston Intermediate School. But it’s the kids from homes

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  • Dedication to customers wins top titles for Tauranga...

    Winning CrestClean’s top award for the Tauranga region has capped off a stellar year for franchisee Mike Warnes. Mike, who has a Crest PropertyCare business, admits he was stunned to find out he was Tauranga Franchisee of the Year. “I certainly didn’t expect to win,” he says. “I guess I’ve put a fair bit of

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  • Crest PropertyCare team win praise for garden makeover...

    When it comes to street appeal, Michelle Maitland couldn’t be more delighted with the fresh new look that customers see when they visit her Auckland company. Michelle, who owns George Walkers Office Furniture Megastore, jumped at the chance to have a mini-makeover and tidy up outside the Avondale premises. The idea was the brainchild of

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  • Education conference delegates seek solution to caretaking dilemma

    Paul Ferris, CEO of the Catholic Education Convention makes the prize draw on the CrestClean stand. Looking on is Sam Creasy, CrestClean’s National Accounts Manager.

    Changing the cleaners literally proved to be a breath of fresh air for a school suffering from a little wee problem. The sorry saga of the classroom that was adjacent to the boys’ toilets was just one of the anecdotal stories told to CrestClean managers who attended a recent education conference in Wellington. Sam Creasy,

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  • New role helps maintain high quality

    His passion for the job has earned Rajinesh Prasad a new role in the team that ensures CrestClean’s quality and high standards are maintained. Such has been the commitment shown by the Christchurch North franchisee that he’s been “fast tracked” to be one of the company’s training assessors. His eye for detail and his positive

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  • Certificate takes caretaking to next level

    They love their role at Rotorua Girls’ High School – but today their pride is shining brighter after the couple’s commitment to the job was officially recognised. Hemant Kumar and Rajni Chand are one of the first CrestClean couples in the country to gain a prestigious qualification in caretaking. The husband and wife team have

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  • Thumbs up for Crest PropertyCare

    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

    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 doing a good job and

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  • Blown away by Crest PropertyCare’s service

    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 than she could have imagined.

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  • Kids snap up Crest PropertyCare prize

    Kids were just itching to grab a piece of the action when a prize of six rugby balls arrived at their school. Principal Gareth Swete found plenty of young hands willing to try out the balls he won in a promotion to celebrate the success of Crest PropertyCare – CrestClean’s new caretaking service for schools.

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