The brakes are probably the most important part of your car from a safety prospective. Faulty brakes can put your and your passengers’ life at risk. If your brakes are making grinding or squealing noises or if your brake pedal is feeling spongy, you should have your brake system inspected.
We are committed to a safer motoring. Making sure your braking system is 100% functioning is one of our main priorities.
Brake Pad Replacement
When you bring your automobile in for brake repair, we’ll conduct an inspection first. During this time, we’ll measure the wear of your front and rear brake pad, the drum, and the rotor. We’ll inspect the emergency brake and test the brake fluid.
If our inspection shows the need for further repair, we can speak with you about a timeline to get it done. Most repairs include removing the old elements and installing the new brake pads. We’ll resurface rotors and drums, change the brake fluid, conduct brake bleeding, and replace other components such as hoses.