Your vehicle’s brakes are important and complicated. You have rotors, pads and drums to go along with calipers and all kinds of other parts. Brake work needs to be done with precision if it is going to be done properly. Brake pads can seem simple to install, but if they are a fraction of an inch off, then that can affect how effective your brakes are and how well they work when you apply pressure to the pedal. Let’s face it, all you want to know is that your brakes are working properly and that they are being maintained by certified experts.
Bring us your vehicle and we will make sure that your brakes are working properly and that any parts that need to be replaced are taken care of. We do a complete diagnostic check on your brakes using our state of the art equipment and then we explain to you what we have found. We talk to you in terms that have value to you and allow you to make the right decisions on what kind of work needs to be done. We will give you a written estimate and outline exactly what we intend to do for you and your brakes.
It takes certified technicians with years of experience to be able to identify the issues that can arise when it comes to brakes.
One small hole in a brake hose could slowly drain your brakes until you have none left. It is safer for you to have an experienced and professional technician find that issue in our shop than to have you find it on the road.
One thing that people take for granted is the need for a comprehensive brake inspection at least once a year. When we do an inspection of your brakes, we check everything and let you know what we find. If there is a repair that requires immediate attention, then we provide you with a complete estimate and let you make the decision. If we see something that is going to require your attention in the immediate future, then we alert you to that situation and then encourage you to schedule a follow-up appointment so that we can keep an eye on the problem.
Your vehicle carries precious cargo such as your family and your friends. In order to make sure that everyone is safe, it is important to get every part of your vehicle checked at least once per year. Your annual inspection needs to include your brakes to check for potential issues and seek out any problems that could cause your brakes to fail on the road. When you allow our certified technicians to use our state of the art equipment to examine your brakes, then we can find those potential problems before they happen and help you to solve the issues right away. All of work comes with a guarantee to go along with our professional and friendly service. Give us a call today and schedule your brake inspection.
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