Brake Repair

Are your brakes starting to feel a little mushy? Do you hear a grinding or screeching sound when you press your brake pedal? These are just a few of the outward signs that may indicate that your car is in need of brake repair or servicing. You may not think of your brakes as one of your vehicle’s safety features, but they are one of the most important systems to the safe operation of your car. If components of your brake system do become worn or damaged, your vehicle’s stopping distance might increase, or your brake pedal could become less responsive. Worn brake components can also have a negative effect on other systems in your car, accelerating wear on your tires or suspension and steering components.

The best way to avoid the need for major brake repair work is to keep up with regular maintenance checks. Heat and friction will wear down your brake pads or shoes over time, so these components should be checked routinely. Brake fluid should also be tested regularly for contaminants like copper, which can damage other brake components, or lead to brake system failure if they are present long enough.

The safe and efficient working of your vehicle is our first concern, and we perform a thorough inspection of all of these brake system components as part of our routine maintenance service:

  • Brake Drums and Rotors
  • Caliper and Wheel Cylinders
  • Master Cylinder
  • Hoses and Lines
  • Pads and Shoes
  • Brake Fluid
  • Emergency Brakes

Our skilled technicians can also perfrom these other brake repair and maintenance services:

  • ABS Light Service
  • Brake Fluid Flush
  • Cleaning and Lubrication