NOVUS GLASS WELCOMES NEW LOCATION IN SARNIA, ONTARIO
New facility offers high-quality windshield and auto glass repair services in thriving Sarnia community
MILTON (Ontario), September 21, 2020 – Daryll O’Keefe, Regional Vice President for Fix Network Ontario, is pleased to welcome NOVUS Glass Sarnia to the network. The new facility showcases owner operator Shelby Armstrong’s strong knowledge of complex auto glass repair and his ambition to grow the business exponentially with the support of Fix Network.
As a trusted auto glass repair shop in Sarnia, Southwestern Ontario, NOVUS Glass Sarnia prides itself on its methodical approach to every job. Whether they are dealing with a seemingly minor chip or more extensive auto glass damage, the NOVUS Glass team takes the time to repair their customer’s glass requirements in a precise and accurate fashion. With convenient working hours and reasonable rates, the new location is the place to turn to in Sarnia when one needs glass repairs in a hurry.
“Our customers' safety will always remain our top priority,” says NOVUS Glass Sarnia’s proud owner operator Shelby Armstrong. “When you come to us, you can be rest assured that we will never skimp on materials or overall quality. Also, we employ only the most skilled, highly trained professionals to ensure dependable service.”
NOVUS Glass Sarnia offers onsite glass repair and replacement services as well as a mobile van unit. The group has been in the automotive industry for 30 years and now owns three body shops and one windshield repair facility in order to better serve our clients. The team has a collective experience of over 42 years in auto glass repairs. Armstrong himself has been in the auto glass industry for the past five years, having worked in all departments, from windshield repair and replacement, sunroof repairs to tinted window installation.
For almost five decades, NOVUS Glass has been the industry leader in automotive glass repair and replacement. It holds 27 patents for glass repair products and a dedicated research and development team that is constantly innovating as vehicle technology evolves. NOVUS Glass proprietary resins, tools and techniques restore to the highest level of optical clarity in the business and outperforms all others. NOVUS Glass also ensures each franchise strategic partner is fully supported with the operations, management and marketing tools they will need to grow a successful business.
“We’re delighted to welcome Shelby Armstrong and his team at NOVUS Glass Sarnia to the Fix Network family,” says O’Keefe. “Their commitment to offering personalized customer services, as well as high quality glass repair and replacement services, will benefit all NOVUS Glass customers in the community.”
ABOUT NOVUS GLASS
NOVUS Glass is part of Canada’s largest automotive aftermarket services network with over 75 points of service nationwide. As a longstanding trusted brand, NOVUS customers have come to rely on the experts for their windshield repair and replacement needs. With their Repair First, Replace When Necessary® commitment, NOVUS Glass can repair more windshields with greater optical clarity and structural integrity than any other system in the industry and guarantees repairs for the life of the windshield. With over 1,300 points of service worldwide NOVUS continues to lead the industry in glass repair and replacement. For more information, visit www.novusglass.com.
ABOUT FIX NETWORK
Fix Network is a global leader in the automotive aftermarket services sector, consisting of Fix Auto, NOVUS Glass, ProColor Collision, Speedy Auto Service and SRP brands. Our locally owned and operated collision, glass and mechanical repair facilities offer hassle-free vehicle care and services. Our company and our network continue to grow nationally and globally, thanks to a solid foundation based on entrepreneurship and innovation. With over 2,000 points of service around the world, Fix Network is the premier global automotive aftermarket services solution. For more information, visit www.fixnetwork.com.
Director, Global Communications