Our team has the expertise to provide brake replacement for your vehicle.
It goes without saying that brakes are one of the most important parts of your vehicle. When you notice that your brakes are wearing out, bring your vehicle to our auto repair shop, so we can replace them for you. Our team here at Perfection Exhaust & Auto Care has extensive experience with brake replacement and all kinds of auto repairs, so you can rest assured that we have the skills, training, and attitude needed to resolve your brake problems in a thorough and timely manner.
There are several warning signs that indicate when you need brake replacement, including the following:
- Strange Sounds- You will notice that your brake pads are worn-out when you begin to hear abnormal squeaking, squealing, or grinding noises. Hearing such noises also means you may be damaging your rotors, so bring your car in for brake replacement to avoid further damage or danger on the road.
- Slow Brakes- Braking over a long distance without coming to a full stop takes a toll on your brakes and rotors by causing them to heat up. This affects their ability to create friction, which means your car will take longer to stop when you apply the brakes. Brake replacement will make your vehicle safe to drive again.
- Vibrating Pedal- If your brake pedal vibrates when you step on it, this indicates that your rotors are warped. Your brake pads won’t be able to make good contact with them to create friction, but replacing the rotors should resolve this problem.
- Thin Brake Pads- A visual inspection of your brake pads can tell you when you need brake replacement. If the pads look excessively worn (about of 1/4 an inch thick), then you will know to replace them.
If you need brake replacement in Forsyth County, North Carolina, visit either of our two locations or contact us to learn more.
At Perfection Exhaust & Auto Care, we offer brake replacement services for those from Rural Hall and Kernersville, as well as Forsyth County, Yadkin County, Rockingham County, Guilford County, and Surry County, North Carolina.