Business Award for Excellence
Able Care, a specialist mobility business based in Inverness and Aberdeen, covering the Highlands and the North East of Scotland, has been awarded the prestigious Stannah Certificate of Excellence.
The Stannah Certificate of Excellence is a higher level accreditation for dealers that have shown an ongoing commitment to achieving Stannah’s exacting technical standards.
Very few companies meet these requirements but Able Care is committed to making sure that its customers receive the best possible service.
Alex Petrie, Able Care’s senior Stairlift Engineer is pictured receiving the award on behalf of Able Care from Nick Dobson, Stannah’s Training Advisor.
Alex said, “The Certificate of Excellence is unique and industry leading. As part of the certification process engineers must undergo extensive training and on site assessment. Assessment includes the installation process, fault finding & servicing, to ensure their work meets the high standards set by Stannah”.
As Scotland’s only authorised Stannah Dealer, Able Care is one of only a handful of carefully selected dealers across the UK, who have been scrutinised to ensure their business values and service meet the Stannah standard.
Dave Harris, National Operations Director at Stannah said, “Only dealers that can demonstrate an ethical business manner, a customer focused approach and have completed the Stannah installations and service training are then accepted as an authorised dealer. This approach has helped Stannah Stairlifts build long standing relationships with first class reliable partners around the country.”
Able Care specialises in a stairlifts – installation, maintenance and repair (a variety of makes and models as well as Stannah), home adaptations, bespoke mobility furniture as well as offering a large range of daily living aids making life a little easier for Highland residents. Able Care was awarded the NHS Highland contract to maintain and repair all NHS provided stairlifts across its area for the second time earlier this year.
My stairlift is now in place and running well and I'm finding it a great help. The boys made a very neat job of making it and putting it in place and it is really quite unobtrusive.