Brake Repair is one job you should only trust to a professional. Today's computerized braking systems require specialized tools and equipment in order to do the job properly.
When you bring your vehicle in for brake service, we'll inspect the entire braking system to ensure proper brake function. We can test everything from the antilock computer system to the hydraulic brake parts. Don't take chances with your safety – a brake job is something you don’t want to put off.
Brakes aren't fun or pretty, but having them working properly is necessary. Whether your car has disc brakes or drum brakes, Tommy’s has the ASE Trained and AAA Approved mechanics to repair your brakes. We offer AC Delco Brake pads that meet every car manufacturer’s specifications.
Your brake system is arguably the most important system in your car. Your safety is paramount, so we encourage you to pay close attention to your car’s brake system. Are your brakes squeaking? Grinding? Pulling? These are all signs that your brake system is not right, and may not serve you when you need it.
No matter what kind of brake problems you’re having:
If you notice any of these symptoms, or if it’s time for scheduled maintenance, book a brake inspection appointment today. Whether your car has disk brakes or drum brakes, our ASE certified technicians can replace brake pads, resurface or replace brake surfaces, and adjust your brakes so they will serve you and your car on every trip.
Our technicians can perform all forms of manufacturer approved brake repair including:
Everyone wants a car that is comfortable, drives well, runs dependably and goes fast, but we often take the stopping power of our car for granted. The brakes in your vehicle work as hard as or harder than any other component. How many times have you had to avoid an accident with the help of your brakes? They are the unsung hero in your car.
Changing this fluid reduces the chance of brake failure and the need to replace costly brake component parts - especially in ABS systems which are found in most of today's vehicles. Virtually all brake fluids absorb moisture from the air - there is no way to prevent this. The absorbed water creates rust and corrosion on the internal brake system components. If the concentration of water becomes too high, it can actually boil, compress, and cause an unsafe braking condition. We recommend flushing and replacing the fluid every 30,000 miles.