Hutt Valley News

  • Sharing the joy as monarch butterfly tak...

    When a beautiful monarch butterfly took a shine to her CrestClean uniform she knew it was a unique moment and she wanted to share the joy. “It made me feel so happy,” says Zar San, describing how the colourful creature had fluttered around her garden before settling on her distinctive

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  • Couple step up to join Master Cleaners T...

    Newcomers to the cleaning industry are getting the best start possible thanks to a Hutt Valley couple who have stepped up to join CrestClean’s training arm. Gyaneshwar and Anzila Dass are loving their roles as Induction Trainers for Master Cleaners Training Institute. They were put forward for the role after

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  • Couple’s commitment to the job wins hi...

    A principal has showered praise on CrestClean couple Gyaneshwar and Anzila Dass and says they do a fantastic job at her school. “They are a wonderful team and are they are very much part of our school community,” added Kay Tester, Principal at Sts Peter and Paul School, Lower Hutt.

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  • They’re on a roll as business builds f...

    Getting wrapped up in their work is all part of the job for Alsco personnel who have been busier than ever since a partnership with CrestClean was rolled out. An alliance between the two companies has enabled CrestClean to provide all its customers with an extensive range of Alsco products

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  • Successful business owners thrilled to t...

    Two experienced CrestClean business owners in Wellington have risen through the ranks to take up senior training roles. Naval Gupta and Naseem Shariff have been appointed as Regional Trainers for Master Cleaners Training Institute (MCTI) in Wellington and Hutt Valley. But before being selected the pair had to meet strict

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  • Growing demand for Crest’s Pure Water ...

    Amardeep Singh has just completed his Pure Water Window Cleaning training.

    Customer demand has seen Crest’s Pure Water Window Cleaning service take off in the Wellington region. The service, which uses no chemicals or potentially harmful detergents, is proving popular, says Zainab Ali, CrestClean’s Hutt Valley Regional Manager. “It’s certainly a growth area and is becoming increasingly more important to our

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  • Volunteer coach receives top tips

    He might have hung up his rugby boots but Dave Coupe is keen to keep his connection to the sport he’s passionate about. Dave has been passing on his knowledge of the game to the next generation of players as a volunteer coach. And he picked up some valuable tips

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  • Business allows plenty of family time

    Kuljinder Kaur and Jasvir Singh and their baby boy Aikam.

    As a busy new dad Jasvir Singh treasures the time he gets to spend with his baby son. He sees a lot of young Aikam in between his university studies and running a successful CrestClean business with his wife Kuljinder Kaur. The couple owned a CrestClean franchise in Tauranga but

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  • Big demand for Crest’s carpet care

    Daler Singh and Hanspreet Hari with employee Lakhwinder Singh (left).

    Crest’s Hutt Valley carpet care experts have been floored by compliments about the high standard of their work. There’s been nothing but great feedback from Daler Singh and Hanspreet Hari’s customers about their professional standards. Demand for the service has been so great that the couple have just invested in

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  • Thai franchisee makes Crest history

    Aaron and Viyada Corbett with their children, twin girls Aria and Amika and son Nite

    She’s created a unique slice of history by becoming CrestClean’s first franchisee from Thailand. For Viyada Corbett, being able to have a business of her own was something she never thought would be possible. “It’s awesome, just amazing,” she says. “When I came to New Zealand it was my dream

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  • Work stress gone after buying Crest busi...

    Mandip Kaur and Amardeep Singh have doubled the size of their business.

    When Amardeep Singh decided to quit his management job with Z Energy he was pumped knowing he’d made the right decision. After a decade of working for the fuel firm, he decided the time was right to rev up his CrestClean franchise and go full time with the business he’d

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  • Schools liable if caretakers not safety ...

    Crest PropertyCare caretakers Alex Whitefield and Froduald Mugiraneza with CrestClean’s Hutt Valley Regional Manager Zainab Ali at the training and assessment course for working at heights.

    A health and safety expert says schools are risking heavy fines if their caretaker falls off a ladder and has not got adequate safe systems of work in place for working at heights. Chris Chapman believes a number of caretakers have never had any specific training for their role and

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