The borough of Birdsboro, PA, covers 1.3 square miles of land in southern Berks County, eight miles southeast of Birdsboro along the Schuylkill River, on the northern edge of Hopewell Big Woods. Long known for its metal and machine shops, Birdsboro today is home to roughly 5,100 people.
Birdsboro got its name from ironmaker William Bird, who established himself in the area around 1740. The borough was created in 1872 from sections of Union and Robeson townships. Around this time, descendants of the Bird family created the Birdsboro Iron Foundry Company, which became Birdsboro Steel Company and lasted until its closure in 1988. Housing developments such as Mansion Heights were built on hills overlooking Birdsboro in the 1980s and ‘90s, greatly increasing the borough’s population.
Only the hands of highly experienced automotive professionals will deliver the right auto repairs to car and truck owners in the Birdsboro community. Lee Myles Auto Care & Transmissions proudly utilizes these very hands, serving as the one-stop destination for Birdsboro drivers to get comprehensive auto repairs on most foreign and domestic makes. No matter the extent of your vehicle’s needs, all of us are committed to “going the extra Myle” in auto repairs. We look forward to serving you at our convenient shop location in nearby Birdsboro.