Daniel Hill, Owner of HM, is actively involved in the industry. Daniel serves on the PHCC of Georgia board of directors and was recently elected President of the organization. Daniel and Karen Hill have demonstrated a passionate commitment to protecting public safety and are dedicated to fighting for the rights of contractors and growing the membership of the association. They are not only active on the local and state level, but also participate at all national PHCC events.
Advocate for Consumer Safety in Washington, DC
Because of his passion regarding life safety, Daniel joined the PHCC of Georgia board of directors in 2016. Specifically, he was concerned about current laws allowing the sale of boilers directly to consumers. Because of his advocacy for consumer safety, he was nominated to serve on the Boiler Advisory Board. Daniel took his passion and commitment to Washington, DC in 2016 and spoke to congressional representatives and staff about issues affecting contractors, small business owners, and public safety.
Utility Markings & Public Safety
Daniel is the plumbing representative to the Georgia Utility Contractors Associations (GUCA) Legislative Committee to monitor the Public Service Commission regulations for utility markings. His goal is to address and inform contractors of the marking standards with appropriate industry players.
Plumbing Representative on the Public Service Commission
Daniel Hill has been nominated to serve as the plumbing representative to the Georgia Public Service Commission. Daniel is honored to accept this nomination, which is pending approval by the governor's office.
PHCC GA Contractor Member of the Year
In 2018, HM was awarded PHCC of Georgia's Member of the Year award. Learn More
Karen and Daniel Hill are devoted to improving the quality of life for everyone they can, both locally and globally. HM Plumbing supports several local organizations in their missions to do the same.
The Hills have traveled to Kenya to teach plumbing skills to local tradesmen who want to improve the quality of life in their villages throughout the country. Read their story here.