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  • Sallies caretaker learns cleaning skills

    Attending a course run by the Master Cleaners Training Institute has given Clinton Storer a whole new outlook to the way he approaches his job. Clinton, who works at the Salvation Army complex in Hamilton, joined CrestClean personnel on the Module 1 programme. As the charity’s caretaker, Clinton is responsible for cleaning duties for the

  • Award gets pride of place in home

    There wasn’t a moment’s hesitation when they were asked what they plan to do with their framed Long Service Award certificate. “It will go on the wall in the sitting room so everybody who comes to visit can see it. We are very proud,” said Ravina Prasad. And her husband Shailesh Chandra’s big grin left

  • Vehicle audit wins-over potential customer

    A CrestClean audit of franchisees’ vehicles was the deciding factor when a potential customer drove past and was impressed by what he saw. The man had gone on a Saturday morning drive in search of a coffee shop when he chanced upon the neat line-up of CrestClean cars being inspected at the Wellington audit. A

  • Kids sing their heart out for CrestClean

    A unique musical treat was on the cards for two CrestClean franchisees when they popped into an Auckland school to hand out competition prizes. Shiva and Shartika Naicker had arrived at Baverstock Oaks School laden with pizza for Crest’s Cleanest Classroom Award winners. But the youngsters had a big surprise instore for their cleaners. The

  • Top team answer call for urgent clean

    CrestClean’s Invercargill team proved to be super troopers by answering a rallying call to get the city’s Civic Theatre looking spic and span. Recently bosses at Invercargill Venue and Events called CrestClean’s Regional Manager Glenn Cockroft to see if he could muster a team for a special one-off clean of the theatre for a forthcoming

  • Smart new bags a ‘game changer’

    A brand new addition to the CrestClean range of gear is already proving to be a big hit with franchisees. Specially-designed bags for cleaning cloths are being issued to all personnel – and their use is proving to be a game changer. Franchisees will no longer have to resort to using old plastic bags for

  • Franchise ownership brings family time

    When Billy Tagod was working at a Hamilton fuel station he had no idea a chance conversation with the guy who came in to clean the windows would be the start of a journey that would change his life. The young dad had been thinking about looking for a job that would be better paid

  • Cleaning chemicals gain ECNZ endorsement

    CrestClean’s green credentials have received a second major endorsement from the country’s official ecolabelling organisation. The company’s five core janitorial chemicals have now been approved by Environmental Choice New Zealand. CrestClean’s latest endorsement was hailed as a “significant” achievement by ECNZ, which praised the company for its sustainable practices. In December CrestClean gained ECNZ accreditation

  • Cleaning is the new stress buster

    If anyone tries to give cleaning the brush off as being dull and boring work they should meet Alka Reddy. The 28-year-old CrestClean franchisee says cleaning is the perfect tonic after a busy day at work in her daytime job as an ACC Case Manager. Alka and her husband Shiv, 26, have found working together

  • Crest earns Environmental Choice endorsement

    CrestClean has been given Environmental Choice certification for adopting sustainable practices as the company bolsters its standing in the country’s commercial cleaning industry by gaining a prestigious environmental accreditation. Managing Director Grant McLauchlan said being able to display the Environmental Choice Label was further endorsement of Crest’s commitment to its customers, who were already experiencing

  • Spider spray keeps the spiders away

    The white-tailed spider has a distinctive spot on its abdomen.

    Arachnophobics in the Bay of Plenty have been warned to take action now to avoid being bugged by spiders this summer. PestCo Technician Mike Wills says an exterior spray will prevent properties being inundated with spiders and will also stop a number of other bugs dead in their tracks. “Warm conditions on the coast are

  • Pure Water Window Cleaning proves effective

    Pure Water Window Cleaning is becoming increasingly popular among businesses in Tauranga. The service provides cost effective window cleaning solutions for buildings up to 4 stories high. Carbon fibre poles and pure water technology is used to clean external windows. Carbon fibre poles can to extend to 10 metres, which allow personnel to clean high


Crest Commercial Cleaning Ltd

P O Box 740
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand
Telephone: +64-3-477 1126


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