Believe it or not, when people think about basic car maintenance, brake systems can often be overlooked. With the right type of service and inspection, brakes can often go a long time without needing attention, and it goes without saying that they are likely the most crucial safety component of a vehicle. When you think about it, brakes are an incredible marvel; being able to stop thousands of pounds with the mere press of a foot. We service all makes and models, and perform any repair, no matter how large or small. How do you know your brakes might need to be serviced? This is a frequently asked question, and a few common indicators include: hearing noises that you otherwise haven’t in the past (grinding or squealing most typically), unusual vibrations when brakes are applied, a burning smell, soft or spongy brake pedal feel, and perhaps most obviously the brake light itself coming on under normal driving conditions. Bring your car into our Bantam location at 738 Bantam Rd. for a service or an inspection today.
Not All Technicians Are Created Equal
When it comes to a repair job as important as brakes, you shouldn’t just trust your vehicle with anyone. Not every repair shop takes the time and makes the effort to put our heart and soul into every customer’s vehicle we service. We are an exception and we hire only the most qualified and professional technicians here at the Quiet Zone. Our location at 738 Bantam is no exception. We love keeping our clients safe by ensuring brakes systems are fully functional. From disc brakes to drum, parking brakes and anti-lock brake systems, we know it all. Should you upgrade to slotted or drilled rotors? Do I even need new rotors? Are ceramic pads worth the extra money? We have all the answers! We may have done so many brake repairs that we have lost count, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t use the same care and attention to detail as we have previously. Our expertise gets you back on the road as quickly and safely as possible.
Yes, We Can!
Here at the Quiet Zone Bantam, we know that just like technicians, not all makes and models are created equal. German cars such as BMW, Audi, MINI, and Mercedes have very different braking requirements than, for example, Japanese cars like Toyotas, Hondas, Lexus, and Mazdas. We only use the highest quality of replacement brake parts on our customer’s cars, from the pads and rotors to the calipers and caliper pins. Need your brake fluids flushed or bled? We’ll get it done. Have a general concern about a noise, smell, or behavior? We’d love to take a look, repair as necessary, and put that confidence back in your right foot.