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At Module Cover Repair Service our motto is "We Don't Sell Module Covers, We Repair Module Covers!" and since our beginning that's been our simple approach to serving the needs of Cotton Gins and their Producers on the High Plains of Texas, "Where Cotton is Still King!"


Beginning with a single customer in 1998 in our hometown of Floydada, we have seen our clientele grow to over 20 area Gins because of two key reasons: Our attention to detail and serving the needs of each customer as if they were our only customer.


Our goal is to recondition all module covers with quality materials and workmanship at a reasonable price.  At Module Cover Repair Service we are proud of the trust and confidence our Customers have placed in us and we are committed to a buiness model based on Value and Service.  No customer is too big and no customer is too small.


Since 1998 Module Cover Repair Service has been family owned and operated in Floydada, Texas, and we continue to serve our customers with quality and integrity.



In 1998, with over 25 years of experience in growing, harvesting and protecting Cotton against West Texas weather, Craig and Trudi Gilly had an idea to provide a service to Gins and Growers on the High Plains of Texas. Operating out of a little shack in Cedar Hill, Texas, Module Cover Repair Service was born. The goal was to provide cost-effective maintenance to prolong a module cover's life while providing Value and Service to the customer.  Craig and Trudi acheived that goal and would soon need more room to accomodate a growing clientele.  Module Cover Repair Service was moved to a bigger building down the road in Floydada, Texas.


After continued success and growth, Craig passed away in 2006 and Trudi continued to operate the business.  With Trudi's lead, Module Cover Repair Service continued to grow and expand its clientele through some of the best years Cotton Farming has seen in this area, while staying true to the original vision of Value and Service.


In 2012 Trudi decided to retire, leaving her Son-in-Law Robert Eckert, and her daughter Amy Gilly Eckert, to continue operating Module Cover Repair Service under the guidance of the same vision of Value and Service.  Our goal is still to provide a quality service at a reasonable price, and our motto is still "We Don't Sell Module Covers, We Repair Module Covers!"

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