NOVUS Glass, an international name in automotive glass repair and replacement services, now has a new location in Richmond, British Columbia.
Owner operator Victor Law has been in the automotive business for more than 25 years, beginning with operating a Vancouver-based gas station that also housed a mechanical repair business. In 2005, he opened a full-scale auto center in Richmond.
The addition of NOVUS Glass to his operations is due to what the company describes as a “growing regional demand” for quality glass repair services, as well as Law’s ambition to incorporate all automotive-related services in-house. By working with the NOVUS Glass team, Law was able to upgrade the equipment at his facility and train his technicians in the latest automotive glass technology.
“The next logical step was to include automotive glass repair in our service offering. Most often, collisions involve significant damage to windshields and other automotive glass parts. By incorporating it in our services, we have better control over the complete repair of the vehicle and can reduce our response time,” Law explains.
Several factors weighed into the decision to move to the NOVUS Glass name.
“NOVUS Glass is the global leader in auto glass technology and is known around the world. Its history and strong patent portfolio were the main deciding factors for us to join the organisation. Also, the company provides good technical support and is active in promoting the business,” Law said.
NOVUS Glass Richmond now offers motorists in Richmond and surrounding areas advanced glass repair and replacement services at competitive prices. Law also operates a fully equipped NOVUS Glass mobile unit to handle repair or replacement needs customers may have wherever they are.
“Victor and his team are committed to offering the best in automotive services to their loyal customers. Their business agility and quick response to incorporate the latest automotive technology in their services make them an ideal partner within the Fix Network of industry leading brands,” said Chris Peterson, regional vice president-Western Canada for Fix Network.