Hill admitted the Worcester machine was now beginning to churn out impressive results as his Warriors secured a seventh straight bonus point win in the division.
However, he warned his squad against any complacency and urged them to keep the foot on the accelerator in the final four league fixtures to take real momentum and a winning mentality into the play offs.
"I'm very pleased - it was a better win than we anticipated," said Hill. "The players were in a good frame of mind and started well, which was critical after last weekend at Bristol where we were a lot of points down. This time we were a lot of points up.
"It was an efficient performance, we are getting more precise and really I think after the first quarter of an hour the result was never in doubt.
"Those are the sort of results we are working towards and we could see signs that it was coming over the last few games against Doncaster, Moseley and Bristol. I could see the machine started to grind away in its efficient way."
Hill was also delighted to shutout free-scoring Bedford for the first clean sheet of the season at Sixways and that his team came off the field still demanding more from themselves.
He said: "You want to come off the field having played well, having really made a statement, but still knowing there is a long period where we haven't scored, that gives us scope to improve.
"I said to the players afterwards, I can understand why they would drop the intensity a little bit after getting the crucial fourth score so early in the second half. We had got the bonus point and win wrapped up so it is difficult to keep the concentration and intensity.
"The pleasing thing is that, although we didn't score, we didn't concede either and kept a clean sheet.
"Even when Bedford were pressing at the end down the right hand side our players didn't want to miss a tackle. You could see every single player was determined to make their tackles and that shows really good character."
The tone for victory was set up inside the opening five minutes as a huge forward drive enabled Garvey to grab his opener.
The home pack had another big afternoon up front and Hill admitted he would now face some difficult selection headaches in the coming weeks.
"The game started with Aleki Lutui getting a superb turnover with a holding penalty, Andy Goode then kicks to the corner, the pack did the job with a drive and Jonny Arr puts Marcel in down the short side," added the Worcester Head Coach.
"It was a really well executed try and that pack is going well. But we have still got some excellent players to come back into it.
"I was coming off the field and looking at the likes of Tevita Taumoepeau, Callum Black and also Alex Grove. A lot of good players looking and thinking we won 32-0 but they want to play.
"There will be a lot of pressure on me with the selection so that will be interesting, but it is a nice problem to have. People like Matt Mullan will come back and want to play too. The trick for me will be getting selection right week in and week out."