Might As Well Be Spring

Big Finish to the Winter of 2018, right!?!  Our fourth nor’easter brought a lot of snow to the Delaware Valley on the first day of spring.  (see below for snow totals as reported by ABC Channel 6).

So, what does this mean when it comes to auto glass damage?  There’s been a tremendous amount of work in our industry and there’s a longer wait than normal.  We would love for you to wait for True Blue Auto glass to repair or replace your windshield (or any other piece of glass on your car . . . other than your sunroof).  If you feel like we can’t help you soon enough, please take my advice and check social media reviews like Google, Facebook and Yelp before scheduling an appointment with a glass company.  As you search for a reputable auto glass shop, you will also find there are many “lead gen” (lead generation) companies out there.  Very often, the glass shops who subscribe to these services will give you a low-ball quote just to get you to schedule.  They will omit important information like what they charge for a new molding, disposal fee, mobile fee and sales tax.  These deceptive pricing practices will make you think you are getting a great deal until they come out, remove your broken windshield and then tell you about the extra costs associated with the job.

All this to say, we are not the only reputable shop in the Delaware Valley . . .we like to think we’re the best though.  Take a look at our Google reviews.  I’m VERY proud of our team.

If you need help and are thinking of filing an insurance claim, please call us first.  We are approved with every auto carrier in Pennsylvania and will work with you to get exactly what you insurance policy entitles you to get.  If you are paying yourself or just not sure what to do, call us.  We’re happy to talk with you and fully explain the process and all of your options.

Thanks for reading . . . see below for those snow totals and let’s hope we can say good-bye to snow for the rest of the spring.

Best regards,


P.S.  If you got this far . . . I’m listening to It Might As Well Be Spring played by Bill Evans (my favorite instrumental version of this tune)


Roxborough 9.3″,
Fox Chase 8.4″,
Northeast Philadelphia 8″,
Mayfair 7.8″,
Philadelphia International Airport 7.6″,
Somerton 7.4″,
Center City 7″

Berks County
Huffs Church 15.5″,
Boyertown 14″,
Kutztown 13″,
Reading 12.5″,
Shillington 12.1″,
West Lawn 11.7″,
Robesonia 10.5″,
Sinking Spring 10.5″,
Blandon 10″,
Hamburg 8.5″

Bucks County 
West Rockhill Twp. 14″,
Quakertown 14″,
Perkasie 14″,
Springtown 13.2″,
Bedminster 13″,
Langhorne 10.8″,
Southampton 10.5″,
Trevose 10″,
Chalfont 10″,
Doylestown 9.9″,
Levittown 9.5″,
Lower Makefield Twp. 9.1″,
Morrisville 8.5″,
Oakford 8″

Chester County 
East Nantmeal Twp. 12.5″,
Pughtown 12.2″,
Warwick 11.4″,
Glenmoore 10.2″,
Elverson 10″,
Devault 9.5″,
Valley Forge 9.5″,
Exton 9″,
Thornbury 8.9″,
Chester Springs 8.8″,
New London 8.6″,

Nottingham 6.7″,
West Chester 6.5″,
Avondale 6″

Delaware County
Wayne 10″,
Chadds Ford 9.6″,
Clifton Heights 9.2″,
Ridley Park 8.7″,
Thornton 8.2″,
Upper Darby Twp. 8.2″,
Drexel Hill 8″,
Broomall 8″,
Media 6.9″,
Norwood 6.3″

Lehigh County
Zionsville 16.2″,
Macungie 16″,
Emmaus 15″,
South Allentown 14.7″,
Alburtis 14.5″,
Vera Cruz 14.5″,
Center Valley 13.8″,
Salisbury Twp. 13.7″,
Germansville 13.6″,
New Tripoli 13.6″,
Lehigh Valley Airport 13.2″,
East Texas 12.5″,
Orefield 10″

Montgomery County
Lansdale 16.5″,
Pottstown 15.2″,
Tylersport 15″,
Norristown 13.1″,
Royersford 12.8″,
Hatfield 12.5″,
Graterford 12.5″,
Gilbertsville 12.3″,
Vernfield 12″,
Worcester 12″,
Bryn Mawr 11″,
Spring Mount 10.9″,
King Of Prussia 10.4″