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Service hour
  • Monday 7.30 - 17:00
  • Tuesday 7.30 - 17:00
  • Wednesday 7.30 - 17:00
  • Thursday 7.30 - 17:00
  • Friday 7.30 - 17:00
  • Saturday Appointment
  • Sunday Closed

Brake Service

A brake service ensures your car is safe on the road.

Having proper brakes is very important for your safety and that of your family.

brake services
brake services
brake services

How Do I Know If I Need To Change My Brakes?


When a brake pad wears down on a rotor, it will often make a squeaking sound when applied. This is an audible safety measure to make sure that the driver knows to change the brakes soon. Unfortunately, some pads don’t do this particularly well, so newer cars have brake pad wear sensors installed as part of their system, alerting the driver on the dash that the pads needs replacement. In addition, when a brake pad gets low, it will require a longer stroke of the caliper’s piston to clamp down on the rotor, therefore lowering the amount of fluid in your brake reservoir. If the pads are low, you’ll be able to see a noticeable change in your brake fluid’s level, and may even get a “BRAKE” warning light on the instrument cluster.

If all these signs are ignored, the pad’s material will wear down to the point where the only thing making contact with the rotor surface is the pad’s metal backing plate, which is made of steel, and it will make heavy grooves in your rotor’s surface, forcing you to replace the rotors as well.

Service Provided

The following tasks are performed

  • Order brake pads and rotors
  • Loosen lugs
  • Raise car
  • Loosen caliper
  • Remove caliper carrier
  • List Item
  • Remove rotor
  • Install new rotor
  • Assemble carrier
  • Compress caliper
  • Install Pads and Caliper
  • Put On Wheels
  • Repeat For All 4 Wheels
  • Pump Brakes Until Pressure Is Reached
  • Break In Pads and Braking System

Cost for Related Repairs

We call you if we discover any related repairs that may be required now or in the near future.