A complete brake job should begin with a thorough inspection of the entire brake system; lining condition, rotors and drums, calipers and wheel cylinders, brake hardware, hoses, lines, and master cylinder. Any hoses that are found to be age cracked, chaffed, swollen, or leaking must be replaced.


From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to power brake booster, drum brakes to disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensors, our technicians know every part of your brake system inside and out and can perform brake repair on any make and model.


 You know you need brake repair when:

  •  Screeching, grinding, squealing, rubbing, and other eardrum-piercing noises 
  •  Brake warning light. 
  •  That pungent burning smell near your tires 
  •  Vibration and pulsation in the pedal or your steering wheel. 
  •  Pressing down farther to complete braking functions.  

Any time you notice these or other symptoms, it’s a good idea to have your brakes checked. If our inspection reveals you do need brake repair service, we will explain exactly what's required. 


What causes brake pads to wear quickly?

Inner Pad Wear. The inboard brake shows more wear than the outboard pad. This happens when the caliper piston is not returning to the rest position due to a worn seal, damage, or corrosion. It can also be caused by a problem with the master cylinder.

What are the symptoms of a bad brake caliper?

  • Brake Light On.
  • Squealing, Squeaking or Grinding Noises. 
  • Wobbling, Vibration or Scraping When Braking.
  • Leaking Fluid. 
  • Spongy or Soft Brake Pedal.
  • Car Pulling to One Side When Braking.
  • Burning Smell While Driving.
  • Bouncing Up and Down When You Stop Short.