Mobile service from Orion Auto Glass is just part of the service, there is no extra charge to come to your home, office or business in Norton Shores.
The Chippewa, Potawatomi and Ottawa Indians for hundreds of years occupied the wilds of Western Michigan. When white immigrants arrived they found openings in the forest made by the Native Americans, which were used to raise food. Norton Township was originally organized in 1845 by settlers of the village of Mill Point (now Spring Lake). The township was named in honor of Col. Amos Norton, a Canadian patriot who was implicated in the rebellion of 1837.
Norton Township was part of Ottawa County and also included the Townships of Fruitport and Sullivan. In 1855 Spring Lake Township was detached from Norton and organized as a township in Ottawa County. Also in 1855 the village of Black Lake was settled with a railroad station and a sawmill in Norton Township. Norton Township was separated from Ottawa County in 1859 and became a part of Muskegon County.
Thanks to the Norton Township Volunteer Fire Department and the cooperation of the Norton Township Board, action was taken to incorporate Norton Township into a Home Rule City. An election to determine if Norton Township should be incorporated into a Home Rule City passed by a two to one margin and nine charter commissioners were elected to draw up the first City Charter which was adopted on April 16, 1968.
One of many communities served in West Michigan by a locally owned expert in auto glass windshield repair and replacement, the professionals at Orion Auto Glass are eager to give you a hand when the unexpected happens to your car’s glass.
Orion Auto Glass bills your insurance direct. Contact Orion Auto Glass and let our representatives help you determine the best course of action when considering billing options.
Windshield repair replacement parts description- use this Orion Auto Glass parts chart to learn about common auto glass parts on a vehicle.
- Passenger Quarter Glass
- Passenger Vent Glass