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Enjoy Blenheims’s beautiful environment while you get acquainted with the creative, local culture. Blenheim has a rich cultural heritage, which is one of many reasons why it is a great region to live and work in.
CrestClean Blenheim is not just a team – we are a family, which is why if you are new to the region we will help you settle in. We will help you find a house to rent and/or buy, ensure you find your children suitable schools and we will help get your CrestClean franchise started.
Blenheim is one of the sunniest regions in New Zealand and is situated at the top north-west of the South Island. There are many idyllic coastal spots waiting for you to explore including the Abel Tasman Coast Track, Nelson Lakes National Park, Kahurangi National Park, the Tonga Island Marine Reserve and more.
There is plenty of work available in the CrestClean Blenheim region. This region is going from strength to strength which has been shown this year with the increase in growth and revenue. The increase also means there are plenty of future growth opportunities.
Blenheim has a steady tourism, retail and hospitality sector with a population of about 50,000.
Learn more about Nelson at: www.blenheim.govt.nz
CrestClean has successfully relocated more than 50 families and couples to Cromwell, Alexandra, Queenstown, Wanaka, Invercargill, Nelson, Blenheim, Hawkes Bay, Whangarei, Wairarapa, Kapiti Coast, Palmerston North, North Harbour, Hamilton, and Taupo… where each family has a busy CrestClean business.
You will be provided with local training and a full local induction to your business, and then guided to growing the business to become successful CrestClean franchise owner.
We have immediate start opportunities available in Blenheim now.
We use this programme to grow our franchisees businesses to higher levels of revenue. We work hard with you on the establishment of your business, and we help you to reach your agreed level of contacts as fast as we can. Then subject to your capacity, we grow your business further, supplying you with more contracts. The franchise establishment fee for the increased turnover is deferred for 12-months. The means you have the benefits of more cashflow, which is important if you are wanting to quickly grow a larger scale business.
There is opportunity to offer our specialised services of Pure Water Window Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning and Hard Floor Care and Maintenance. The services return a high hourly rate, and there is plenty of market demand in the Central Otago region. We offer comprehensive training programmes so you are fully prepared with the appropriate skills and Health and Safety systems.
Depending on your circumstances we may be able to assist with one of these offers also:
Blenheim is located at the top of the South Island and approximately 60km east of Nelson.
There are 30 schools in the Marlborough Region, a region of the South Island of New Zealand.
The region contains rural and small-town primary schools, combined primary/secondary schools in Rai Valley and Redwoodtown, a small secondary school in Picton, and several primary schools, an intermediate school, and two large secondary schools in Blenheim.
All schools are coeducational except for two secondary schools in Blenheim: Marlborough Girls’ and Boys’ Colleges.
Find more information about education in Blenheim here: www.school.nz/area/blenheim-city
The average house price, to buy in Blenheim is $630,000, in comparison to the Auckland region where the average value is around $1,200,000.
The average price to rent a three-bedroom house in Blenheim is around $400 to $500 per week, in comparison to the Auckland region where rent prices range from $500 to upwards of $1,000 per week.
The Marlborough Sounds are a vast network of stunning scenic bays, fishing spots, water sports offering everything from kayaking to yachting. There’s also great fishing, mountain biking and spectacular walking, particularly along the Queen Charlotte Track.
Marlborough offers plenty of opportunities for children to play in safe playgrounds, including a number of skateboard parks. Check with the local council to find those near you.
The Marlborough region features great tracks through beautiful scenery. In particular, the Queen Charlotte Track ride is said to be one of the greatest track rides in New Zealand.
There are a number of museums and art galleries to visit in the Marlborough region.
Learn more about Blenheim’s attractions: www.newzealand.com/int/feature/blenheim-attractions/
With waiting lists to buy a franchise in larger regions like Auckland and Wellington, many people have accepted our offer of relocation assistance to buy in one of our smaller regions.
Click on a region to learn more…