Brake Service

Brakes

$50 Off Per Axle

Get $50 Off PER AXLE with purchase of new brakes and installation! Complimentary Lyft ride to and from home or work.

Expires June 30, 2024

Most makes and models. Not to be combined with any other offers. Certain other restrictions may apply. See store for details.

Brake Service 1

Our Brake Services Include:

  • Brake Inspections: Comprehensive inspections to assess the condition of your brake system and identify any issues.
  • Brake Pad Replacement: Replacement of worn brake pads to restore optimal stopping power and reduce brake noise.
  • Brake Rotor Replacement: Replacement of worn or damaged brake rotors to ensure smooth braking performance.
  • Brake Caliper Service: Inspection, cleaning, and lubrication of brake calipers to prevent sticking and uneven braking.
  • Brake Fluid Flush: Replacement of old or contaminated brake fluid to maintain proper brake function and prevent brake fade.
Brake Service 2

Why Choose Us for Your Brake Service Needs?

  • Expert Technicians: Highly trained professionals experienced in diagnosing and repairing brake issues for all vehicles.
  • Quality Parts: We use only high-quality brake components for optimal performance and longevity.
  • Comprehensive Inspections: Thorough assessments to identify issues early and ensure your safety.
  • Transparent Communication: Honest advice and upfront pricing for peace of mind.
  • Quick Turnaround: Efficient service without compromising quality to get you back on the road promptly.

Schedule Your Brake Service Today!

At Tires Etc, we understand that your safety on the road depends on the reliability of your vehicle's braking system. Our team of skilled technicians is committed to providing top-notch brake services to ensure your vehicle stops smoothly and efficiently every time. Whether you need brake inspections, repairs, or replacements, you can trust us to deliver exceptional results.

Don't compromise on safety – trust the experts at Tires Etc. for all your brake service needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment, and let us keep your vehicle's braking system in top condition for miles of worry-free driving.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is included in our brake replacement service?
At Tires Etc. we perform a more in depth brake service, starting with checking what is needed to do the job properly, not just throwing parts at the problem.
  • When replacing brake pads, we clean and lube the slides and brackets
  • We clean or replace brake hardware
  • We check for brake fluid leaks
  • Verify proper operation of calipers
  • Ensure that the proper brake pads are used
  • When brake rotor replacement is required, we clean the mounting surface for proper seating of the brake rotor
How do I know if I need new brakes?
The most common indicators are:
  • Unusual noises coming from the vehicle when applying the brakes.
  • Squealing while driving that ceases when applying the brakes.
  • Vibration or shaking in the steering wheel when applying the brakes .
  • Vehicle pulling to one side when applying the brakes.
  • Brake pedal feels soft or spongy.
  • Brake pedal feels extremely hard.
  • Brake warning or ABS lights are on.
Why does my car make a squealing or grinding noise when braking?

Squealing while braking could indicate an inferior quality brake pad, hard brake pad, debris stuck between the pad and the rotor, or overheated pads and rotors, or indicate a more in depth issue in the braking system. Proper diagnosis performed by an experienced technician is the best way to determine what the problem is.

If there is a grinding noise when braking, the most likely indication is that the pad lining is completely gone and the metal backing plate is grinding into the rotor. If this happens you need to stop driving immediately and have it diagnosed by a certified technician.

Why does my car make a squealing noise while driving that stops when braking?
Some brake pads come equipped with squealer tabs that, when the brake pads are low, make a squealing noise while driving that ceases when braking. This is an indication that brake pads are low and need to be replaced.
Why does my vehicle steering wheel shake or vibrate when braking?
The most common cause is excessive run-out (warping) of the front brake rotors, which causes the brake caliper to shake side to side as the brake rotor is spinning between the compressed brake pads with feedback being felt in the steering wheel. This is an indication that both brake pads and rotors need to be replaced to avoid more costly repairs.