Family-owned and operated, AEL was founded in Omaha, Nebraska in 1972. Led today by brothers Greg and Ryan Anglim, AEL is dedicated to helping you find and install some of the very best accessibility equipment on the market – Stannah stairlifts. AEL customers can count on their experienced team for consistent quality, service and reliability.
When choosing a stairlift, it’s important to choose the stairlift that will meet your long-term needs so that it’ll last you a lifetime. At AEL, their friendly team of specialists are all factory-trained and ready to help you find a stairlift that will fit perfectly into your home and meet all your mobility needs, now and in the years to come. Visit their showroom today and see how they can help you regain your freedom of mobility.
Address: 501 SW 7th St, Suite O, Des Moines, IA 50309
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Address: 951 S Saddle Creek Rd, Omaha, NE 68106
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NAEC members have access to the latest technology, research and experience in the industry, which means they can work more economically, efficiently and successfully. By being a member, AEL has shown that they are always striving to improve their business, and keep working to the highest possible standards.
The purpose of the National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) Certified Accessibility and Private Residence Lift Technician (CAT) program is to provide the accessibility industry with a means of obtaining and verifying knowledge and experience requirements related to compliance with industry codes, specific technical theory, components and competencies.
The following criteria needs to be met so that a company can become a CAT™:
The purpose of the National Association of Elevator Contractors (NAEC) Certified Elevator Technician (CET) certification is to provide the elevator industry with a means of obtaining and verifying knowledge and experience requirements related to compliance with industry codes, elevator and escalator specific technical theory, components, and competencies.
The following criteria is necessary to become a CET™: