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Best Plumber works for winning business

Patrick Kelly
Bobby Gillam is Moffat County's Best Plumber for 2016.
Patrick Kelly

If you need to call plumber, you’re probably not having the best day.

“When your house is flooding, you want to be reassured that the problem is getting corrected,” said Bobby Gillam, Moffat County’s Best Plumber for 2016.

Gillam has worked for Masterworks Mechanical for 12 years.

He might have taken the No. 1 spot for Best Plummer in the 2016 Best of Moffat County but two of his coworkers were right behind, locking up the number two and three spots.

And the entire team’s hard work at Masterworks certainly played a part in the business walking away with the top spot for HVAC and plumbing contracting, too.

Gillam said there is plenty of competition when it comes to plumbing in Craig and Moffat County and he appreciates the recognition.

“You’re in pretty elite company,” he said. “There’s some really good plumbers in town.”

Doing the job right has everything to do with getting to know the customer and being consistent, Gillam said.

“That’s what I always strive for — the good, reliable service,” he said. “They can trust you and rely on you. Every time you go over there, they know they’re going to get a good, quality job from us.”

Gillam said he enjoys working in a small community where he can get to know the people, has a great employer and enjoys working with the other Masterworks employees.

“Masterworks is one of the best places I’ve ever worked at,” he said. “I’ve enjoyed all the years that I’ve spent here.”

As for the award, Gillam said he was grateful for the recognition and he intends to keep doing the job right.

“It’s wonderful being appreciated by those that you do work for,” he said. “If you call me and Masterworks, you can count on me getting that great quality service that I strive to provide every day.”

Contact Patrick Kelly at 970-875-1795 or Contact Patrick Kelly at 970-875-1795 or pkelly@CraigDailyPress.com or follow him on Twitter @M_PKelly.Contact Patrick Kelly at 970-875-1795 or pkelly@CraigDailyPress.com or follow him on Twitter @M_PKelly.


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