Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical Honored as ‘Best in Business’ Winner
Company was selected from a pool of hundreds of submissions and three finalists
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical, a provider of residential and commercial service and repair, has received Nashville Business Journal’s 2016 Best in Business Award in the 500+ employee company size category.
At the Best in Business Awards Luncheon in downtown Nashville, the award was presented to Jimmy Hiller, owner and CEO of Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical. The company was selected from a pool of hundreds of submissions and three finalists in the 500+ employee size category. This award marks the second Best in Business win for Hiller after the company’s previous win in 2011 in the 101-500 employee company size category.
The Best in Business Award honors companies that “set the gold standard for growth, service, quality, innovation, and execution of a superb business strategy,” according to the Nashville Business Journal. Hiller was honored for its focus on high-quality service, dedication to customer satisfaction, recent technology advancements, and significant growth over the past 26 years.
“At Hiller, we care about our customers, our employees, and our community,” said Jimmy Hiller. “So it is especially meaningful,” he continued, “when we receive awards like the Best in Business Award — that come from our community — and recognize our efforts.”
Launched in 1990 out of a duplex in Antioch, Tennessee, with a single employee, Hiller has grown to include over 420 trucks, 12 locations, and more than 600 employees across the Southeast. In the past decade alone, Hiller has experienced over 900 percent growth in revenue.
“I believe we obtained this level of growth,” said Hiller, “By putting the customer first, always doing our best, and trying to do what’s right for our neighbors.”
Hiller Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical provides residential and commercial service and repair throughout Tennessee, southern Kentucky, and northern Alabama. For more information, visit www.happyhiller.com.
Publication date: 4/11/2016