CrestClean franchisees from throughout the Auckland Region recently gathered for their annual team meeting at Alexandra Park to celebrate achievements, be informed of company updates and catch up with each other. It was the first time in almost two years that franchisees were able to meet en masse, with teams
Saving the deposit for a brand-new home in little more than a year is a big achievement in itself — but doing it during a pandemic, amidst rising house prices, is nothing short of amazing! CrestClean franchisees Mohammed Ashad and Shamina Ali are proud to have bought their first home,
December 16th, 2021, marked an important milestone in the history of CrestClean — our Silver Jubilee! It has been 25 years since CrestClean was launched, in which time we have grown to become the largest NZ owned cleaning company, involving more than 2,000 people, serving over 5,200 customers. From humble
Siueva and Faalele Sapati thought home ownership was out of their reach, but six months after buying a CrestClean business the Auckland couple are excited to have started saving towards their dream. “Financially, we have seen an improvement and now we have the opportunity to save towards our first home.
South Auckland CrestClean franchisee Mohammed Ashad Ali has been recognised by Wiri Oil Services Limited (WOSL) for his excellent work ethic. The fuel company presented Mohammed with one of its monthly CLARIT awards — CLARIT being an acronym for Comply, Leadership, Accountability, Respect, Intervene, Teamwork. The award recognises and celebrates
South Auckland franchisees Ravin Prakash and Kamna Roy are excited to finally own their own home — but no-one is more excited than their four-year-old son, Ravnik, who now has his own playroom! “He goes in there and plays with his toys. He likes it so much he won’t let
A career change from accountant to cleaner has more than paid off for Rajju Prasad. Fifteen years after the switch, he and his wife Manorama own four properties, with plans to build another five. The South Auckland CrestClean franchisees, who were recently presented with a 15-Year Long Service Award, moved
CrestClean business owners in Auckland who attended an audit of their vehicles were applauded for maintaining high standards of compliance. Dozens of vehicles were inspected in the wide-ranging checks, which also covered equipment and materials used by the franchised owner-operators. Ian Noon, CrestClean’s Health Safety and Wellbeing leader, says it’s
He had just joined CrestClean but new franchisee Raj Prasad was happy to jump into working 12-hour days to help keep his community safe. The former dairy farm manager’s first cleaning contract was to provide a round-the-clock sanitising service to safeguard staff and patients at a Papakura medical centre. Each
It might be uncomplicated and more than a bit repetitive but those carrying out the work just couldn’t be happier. In fact for the Altus Enterprises employees who bottle and label CrestClean’s Anti-Viral Sanitiser, it’s a task that also creates a strong feel-good factor that extends far beyond the satisfaction
CrestClean personnel who are ensuring COVID-19 testing stations are regularly cleaned and sanitised have been trained to the highest level for the important task. A special training session, featuring a live online video presentation, has enabled cleaning teams across the country to be fully prepared when authorities ask for assistance.
Kind-hearted franchisees helped to ensure that more than 100 Auckland children got a Christmas gift. The business owners, from CrestClean’s Auckland South region, responded to a call from their regional manager Viky Narayan to donate presents for families facing tough times. “This came from an idea I had about doing