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Coastal Carpets and Pest Control Services

Professional Approach to Carpet Cleaning and Pest Control

Coastal Carpets and Pest Control Services was developed in the Coromandel Peninsula in 2006. It has been owned by Tane and Malanie Spooner since 2009 and operates out of Whitianga. The business serves areas as far north as Coromandel town and as far south as Pauanui, and everywhere in between.


Our ambition going into this business was to make it the most sought after carpet cleaning and pest control business in the area. Do you want to know if we have succeeded? Just ask somebody!

About Us

Providing Exceptional Carpet Cleaning and Pest Control Services

Our scope of experience dates back to 2001 when Tane began working in the carpet cleaning industry for an Auckland firm. At the time he was dealing with a large variety of insurance claims consisting of flood restoration, stain treatments and fire damage cleaning. Our broad range of experience means that there is rarely any situation that arises today which we haven’t already successfully dealt with.


When you book with us, we encourage you to review any concerns you may have so that we can specifically address each one. We have a wide variety of treatments for a wide variety of carpet related issues and ample experience in using them.


Trained and Qualified in Carpet Cleaning and Pest Control

When I first began in the carpet cleaning industry in 2001 I undertook the theoretical training which is provided through the standards development group, IICRC, and gained qualifications in carpet cleaning, upholstery cleaning and flood restoration. Further training that I have undergone includes hands on peer to peer training and focus group seminars in all of the listed categories on this website.


In addition to attaining the New Zealand Certificate in Pest Operations for Urban Pest Control, I train regularly with the New Zealand Pest Network so as to stay well informed of changing techniques and safety regulations in the pest control industry.

My formal training has been valuable in giving me the knowledge base required to identify the challenges I will face in this industry, however, my experience in applying what I have learnt is what allows me to tackle those challenges successfully.

– Tane Spooner – Owner/Operator