Brake Pads & Shoes:
There are many different levels of brake pads and shoes on the market today, each varying in quality cost. At Brakes Plus, we only install top of the line, industry best brake pads and shoes. In most cases we recommend ceramic brake pads with our Economy $129 Standard Brake Service, and our Premium $199 Complete Brake Service Brakes Packages.
Ceramic pads represent the latest in brake pad technology. Ceramic brake pads produce less brake dust, have better stopping power and create less brake noise.
As brake technology continues to evolve, more and more auto manufacturers are outfitting their autos with ceramic pads right from the factory. We offer ceramic brake pads to our customers and most of these pads will cost the same or less than our competitors brake jobs, and we are using Industry Best ceramic brake pads!
FREE Brake Inspections:
Brakes Plus offers FREE brake inspections and has the industries best equipment to diagnose and repair your brake system! We will remove all four tires and do a complete brake inspection on all braking components before recommending any brake services.
How Long Does a Brake Inspection Take?
Brake Inspections generally take 20-30 minutes, if we have a brake service bay available. We will not perform any brake services without your authorization. If you are at our store when we complete the Brake Inspection, we will offer to bring you into the shop so you can see for yourself the condition of your brakes before any work is done.
Brake rotors are vehicle specific and a very important component to the braking system. Brake pads clamp down onto the brake rotor, which stops your vehicle. This function creates heat.
How Do Brake Rotors Work?
The brake rotor dissipates the heat, allowing your braking system to work properly. If that heat can’t escape, it leads to brake fade, which reduces the brakes’ stopping power.
When Do Brake Rotors Need To Be Replaced?
If the brake rotor is worn past specification, it needs to be replaced with new rotors. Think it’s time for you to come in for a brake job? Find your closest Brakes Plus location and stop in!