Cleaning Services

  • Like mother, like son… why Caro and Chris...

    There is the odd generational difference — she likes pen and paper, while he prefers digital devices — but, overall, this mother-and-son team are finding plenty of common ground. It has been almost a year since Caro Wedding, who is CrestClean’s Auckland West Regional Manager, employed her son Chris as her administration support person, and

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  • Wellington franchisees double down on Carpet Care capacity

    Two cleaners standing with a carpet machine.

    Wellington franchisees Poni Faavae and Kitesa Panapa have pooled resources to bolster the region’s Carpet Care services. The two men have completed a Carpet Care course with CrestClean’s Master Cleaners Training Institute and invested jointly in a carpet cleaning machine. The new qualification and equipment mean they will be able to offer carpet cleaning services

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  • Could these be New Zealand’s southernmost cleaners?

    Woman cleaning a window on a barge.

    When Sanford put out the call for a team to clean its multi-million-dollar salmon barge on Stewart Island, CrestClean franchisees Vanessa and Randy Potot were quick to put up their hands. “It was quite exciting and adventurous compared to our other cleaning jobs,” says Vanessa. The couple, who are based in Invercargill, first caught a

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  • CrestClean audits keep healthcare providers in good shape

    Healthcare providers in Christchurch North have been given a clean bill of health by Liezl Foxcroft, who heads CrestClean’s Master Cleaners Training Institute. Liezl visited CrestClean healthcare customers Christchurch Eye Surgery, Southern Eye Specialists, Forté Health Hospital and Oxford Women’s Health to carry out spot audits to ensure high standards of cleaning are being maintained. “From

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  • Who ya gonna call? CrestClean!

    Cleaners wearing hazmat suits.

    When Ashburton manufacturer RX Plastics Ltd discovered they had a Covid case in their midst, they wanted to do everything they could to keep their staff safe. So, who did they call? CrestClean! That very day, South Canterbury Regional Manager Rob Glenie promptly arranged a pandemic sanitisation clean, so that the factory could continue to

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  • CrestClean franchisees “part of the whānau” at Ravensdown...

    Cleaners holding up gift cards.

    At Ravensdown Dunedin, CrestClean’s Steve, Sam and Lynne Kannewischer are considered “part of the family”. So, after a few observations were added into the Ravensdown safety system praising the family franchise team, they were surprised with a Prezzy Card, to thank them for all their hard work. “We see Steve every day, he’s like staff,”

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  • CrestClean provides safe, healthy, hygienic environment for Healthvision...

    When you share the same vision, it makes for a strong relationship. This is certainly the case with CrestClean and community healthcare specialists Healthvision. “At Healthvision, service expertise and focus on quality service delivery is important to us and we choose suppliers for whom this is also paramount. CrestClean aligns with our ethics, values, positioning

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  • Loss and Grief Centre given fresh start with...

    When Invercargill’s Loss and Grief Centre needed to relocate to a building that had been vacant for more than a decade, it was a case of all hands to the pump for commercial cleaning company CrestClean. Seven franchise teams and a carpet care specialist were mobilised to give the building a thorough clean, so the

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  • Floods of thanks for CrestClean franchisees who saved...

    Cleaners holding gift vouchers.

    A major water leak at Christchurch’s Forté Health could have resulted in the medical facility being closed for weeks, had it not been for the quick thinking of CrestClean franchisee Nalin Dissanayake. It was 5pm on a Saturday when Nalin arrived at the Forté Health building, which houses a private hospital, Oxford Women’s Health and

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  • Te reo Māori grows wings at aviation site...

    Cleaner and building site manager standing together.

    When CrestClean’s Petera Wiparata arrives at Hawkins’ Ōhakea construction site in the morning, he is always greeted with a cherry “mōrena” by Site Office Manager Celia Knox. “He’s been teaching me a bit of te reo,” says Celia. “So, when I see him, I don’t say ‘good morning’, it’s ‘mōrena’. I’m always keen to learn

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  • Taranaki franchisees clean up at Hard Floor Care...

    Cleaners with their floor cleaning machines.

    CrestClean’s Hard Floor Care capacity in Taranaki has more than doubled after a recent training session with franchisees. The region now has 10 Hard Floor Care specialists, after franchisees invested in floor cleaning machines so they could offer a broader range of services to customers. “Almost all franchisees in the region are now trained in

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  • High standard of cleaning and cheerful approach appreciated...

    Cleaner and customer standing outside Cancer Society building.

    It’s not only Melany Baltar’s high standard of cleaning that is appreciated by staff and guests at the Dunedin Cancer Society. “She’s so cheerful, she greets everybody with that beautiful smile, and she recognises why people are here which is really important,” says Daffodil House and Supportive Care Administrator Fiona Cutler. “She has compassion for

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Crest Commercial Cleaning Ltd

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

Email: service@crestclean.co.nz

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