Novus Glass Welcomes New Location in Truro, Nova Scotia

Mark Weeks, regional vice president – Atlantic for Fix Network, welcomed NOVUS Glass Truro into its network, introducing advanced glass repair and replacement services in the Nova Scotia town of Truro.

“We’re delighted to welcome NOVUS Glass Truro and its fantastic team to the Fix Network family,” Weeks said. “They have the right knowledge, training and passion to build a successful NOVUS business in their community. We are keen to support their operations with the management and marketing tools they will need to grow a successful business.”

The NOVUS Glass Truro crew. (Photo courtesy of NOVUS Glass)

Located at 65 Old Courthouse Branch Rd in Valley, NOVUS Glass Truro is a combined vision of two of the most reputed names in the region’s automotive industry – Scammell Auto (a used car dealership) and Taylor Automotive Services (a glass repair and mechanical service shop).

NOVUS Glass Truro offers advanced auto glass services both at its onsite facility as well as through a fully equipped mobile unit that offers customers the added convenience as the expert NOVUS Glass technicians come to them to repair their vehicles. The team has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the aftermarket industry, including auto glass and mechanical repair services.

“At NOVUS Glass Truro, we are always thinking out of the box on how to integrate customized services that meet our clientele’s needs,” said Peter Scammell. “At the same time, we were exploring options to grow and expand our expertise in other areas and to serve our community overall with another reputable business. We believe aligning our business with NOVUS Glass is the way forward.”

“We chose NOVUS Glass because its ground-breaking technology repairs chips and long crack repairs of up to 18 inches,” said Chris Taylor. “Fix Network is a great network of individuals who locally own and operate their business. NOVUS Glass itself is well-known for pioneering chip repair technology.”

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