Brake Repair & Replacement Services

Brakes are one of the most crucial parts of your vehicle when it comes to your safety. It is vital to carry out a complete brake inspection at least once a year to ensure the healthy condition of the braking system and operating hardware. A brake system involves various subparts and materials such as brake pad, fluid, shoes, rotors, drums, and more. Every time you apply brakes while driving, the overall braking system wears down bit by bit with time. This is the main reason why a timely brake repair and replacement is necessary.



At Brakes and More, we always hope that our customers should feel comfortable and safe in their vehicles. Our auto experts are highly trained and understand your need for proper and exceptional brakes services. We aim to provide the highest quality brake services  by delivering complete satisfaction at an affordable price while making the entire process extremely convenient. 



We always strive to get the job done with the highest standards and then educate our customers about the ins and outs of every aspect of the brake system. 

Signs That Tell You To Visit A Brake Repair And Replacement Service

  • When the brake warning light is on.
  • Squealing or grinding noises when you press the brake pad.
  • Your vehicle gets pulled to one side when you apply brakes.
  • Brakes take a longer time to stop the vehicle than usual.
  • The brake pedal can literally be depressed nearly to the floor.
  • You experience a bumpy sensation just before you stop the vehicle.

To summarize this, whenever you feel something uneven about your brakes that is making you uncomfortable, that is the time to get a brake inspection.


Brakes & More guarantees to provide a quality service to any and every component of your brake system for the utmost level of safety and performance. Our comprehensive brake inspections include diagnostics and repairs for all kinds of vehicle brakes.


Here is some valuable information on various types of brake issues and what we offers. 

Brake Inspection Services

First Things First: Do not ignore the signs we have mentioned earlier.

Brakes and More is here at your service every time you need a quality brakes service. Our vision is to keep yourself, your family, and your vehicle investment safe. To do this, feel free to visit and allow us to carry out routine brake inspections services. You might feel that squeal when you brake is a minor issue – however the longer you wait the more expensive the repair gets!

Brake Repair And Replacement

Whenever there is a need for the brake check service in your area, Brakes and More is the first name that pops up in the list. Whether your brake pads need a replacement, your brake light is on, or you’re not happy with the way your vehicle is stopping, give us a quick call. We’ll provide you with the correct service for your braking system’s safety and reliability.


During your brake inspection, we’ll determine if your vehicle needs a complete brake change or further brake service, such as:


  • Brake Pad Replacement
  • Brake Shoe Replacement
  • Brake Rotor Replacement or resurfacing
  • Replacing brake lines, hoses, or other parts
  • Brake fluid flush
  • Brake bleeding

Brake Pad Replacement

Problems with a brake pads can easily be identified. When you hear squealing or grinding noises when you apply brakes, it’s a sign of a faulty brake pad. This usually occurs when your brake pads are completely deteriorated or close to it. Generally, there are some hidden problems with a bad brake pad, too. When you hear such grinding noises, you have already started ruining the brake rotors or drums. In such cases, it is crucial to see a certified technician as soon as possible to prevent further damage. 


When you’re going for a brake pad replacement for your vehicle, the quality of the parts and work is also extremely important. At Brakes and More, we offer the top quality brakes services and have many other service specials to provide you a deal that is kind to your wallet.

Brake Fluid Flush

With time, brake fluid tends to absorb water from the air. This leads to corrosion, which can severely damage the braking system. Thus, it is crucial to carry out a brake fluid flush regularly. To make sure that your vehicle is using fresh fluid, we perform a cost-effective brake fluid flush. If it’s a time for a brake fluid flush for your car give us call! You can find this information in your vehicle owners manual as well.

Brake Hoses

A tube that transfers pressurized brake fluid from the main cylinder to the brakes is called a brake hose. A damaged brake hose can lead to reduced braking power. When there is leakage in the brake hose, your overall brake system can fail. Indeed, brake hoses do not require a continuous replacement; however, any crack or leak in a brake hose must not be taken lightly. It would be best if you immediately replace the damaged hose as it can turn out to be a problematic affair for you.

Anti-Lock Brake System

Anti-lock Brake Systems a.k.a. ABS protects your vehicle from skidding. ABS makes sure that the wheels of your car do not stop rotating when you apply brakes. A proper anti-lock brake system offers complete control over your vehicle by providing a required grip and friction to the wheels.

A vehicle has ABS light to tell you if it is working correctly or not. If you notice that the ABS light in your car is on, it is time to visit us. We will check the brake system and fix all the issues.

Rotors Resurfacing Or Replacement

Rotors are connected with your car’s wheels – if it has a disc brake system. When you press the brake pedals, both the rotor and the wheels stop. In the long run, the rotors deteriorate due to friction, and cracks or grooves can appear. Depending on the severity, you can either resurface or replace the rotors. Resurfacing helps the rotor to recover from such blows and make it look like a brand new one. This causes reduced wobbling and squealing.

Brake Caliper Replacement

Whenever you apply brakes to stop the vehicle, the brake caliper holds the brake pads and positions around the brake rotor to clip it together. It provides the opposite force to the rotor when you press the brakes. When you experience unusual braking, skidding, or pulling while applying brakes, it can be because of a damaged brake caliper. Such problems can be hazardous, especially during bad weather. Asymmetrical braking can lead to an accident as it gets your vehicle out of your control. It is always good to get the brake caliper fixed from a reputed brakes service provider. If you are looking for one, contact us. Our highly-skilled auto experts guarantee a full inspection and a permanent solution.

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