Brakes are the most important part of your vehicle - you simply must be able to stop. They might also be one of the most misunderstood repairs on a vehicle. We start all brake repairs with a proper evaluation of the condition of the brake system so we know what can be repaired and serviced and what needs to be replaced. We offer a selection of parts, quality, and price so the proper repairs can be matched with your budget. We feel this is the best way to be sure you stay safe, that our repairs are proper, and that you get the best value for your dollar.
We'll replace the brake pads and rotors with high quality ceramic pads, all new rotors, and perform a complete brake fluid flush. We clean and lubricate all mounting points and guide pins, properly adjust brake pad shims for complete release, inspect the entire hydraulic system, and properly bed in the new brake pads. We also provide a full 2 Year - 24,000 Mile warranty on parts AND labor. Each vehicle requires different parts to match OEM specifications, therefore we don't have a package price. Please contact us for a quote or to make an appointment!
We know not every vehicle needs OEM quality brake pads and rotors. Our $99 Economy Brake Special offers a quality brake pad replacement with our professional installation. We clean and lubricate all mounting points and guide pins, properly adjust brake pad shims for complete release, inspect the entire hydraulic system, and properly bed in the new brake pads so you can hop in and go without worry.
Brake fluid loves water... and over time, adsorbs moisture. This moisture turns the fluid a dark color, lowers the boiling point, and begins to form acids. If the fluid is not flushed at regular intervals, caliper and wheel cylinder seals can fail, brake hoses can rupture, and brake master cylinders can form leaks. We power flush the entire circuit with 2 quarts of fresh fluid and check all operations when done. Most manufacturers recommend brake fluid to be replaced every 60,000 miles, some are earlier. We can advise you on the condition for free, check the manufactures service guide, or look in the back of your owners manual for the recommended service interval.