Like most people in the repair service industry, we started off working on our bicycles & lawn mowers as kids, then our cars.
Shop classes in high school & vocational training at KACC machine metal classes enhanced this. My first maintenance job came at age 17 in 1974. After 2 years, a move into the steel industry where formal millwright training started in 1977, 3-1/2 year program that was completed in 1980. This training formed a sturdy foundation for building a hydraulic repair career.
Miller Hydraulic was founded in 1996, since then the company has grown to 14 employees, & helped thousands of customers with honest personal expedited service.