While we don’t think you should ever put off auto maintenance or repair, at Urb’s Garage, we never want you to ignore your braking system. After all, this is the system you rely on to keep you and your family safe on a daily basis. Something that important deserves regular attention. And when it comes to brake service and brake repair in Erlanger, KY Urb’s Garage has you covered.
Brake Service Erlanger, KY
You know that the major systems in your vehicle need to be serviced regularly in order to maintain their integrity. At Urb’s Garage, we offer comprehensive brakes service and maintenance including:
- Rotor Resurface & Repair
- Brake Pad Replacement
- Brake Line Bleed
- Brake Fluid Flush
- Brake System Inspection
Our team of expert mechanics wants to make it easy for you to stay on top of your brake maintenance schedule. If it has been a while since you last had your brakes serviced, it is time to give us a call to schedule an appointment.
Brake Pad Replacement
Brake pads take on a lot of the pressure from your braking system. With all the work they do, it isn’t surprising that they wear out over time. Generally, brake pads will last for around 50,000 miles, but this depends heavily on the make and model of your vehicle as well as your braking habits and the brake pads themselves. Brake manufacturers use different materials and techniques when making brake pads and that contributes to their lifespan.
If you aren’t sure when you should replace your brake pads, don’t take any chances. Come to Urb’s Garage for a brake inspection and our team will give you a better idea of how many miles your brake pads have left in them.
Brake Repair Erlanger, KY
What about when you need to have your brakes repaired? This isn’t something you should leave to just any mechanic. With the role your brakes play in the safety of your vehicle, you need a mechanic you can trust. And when it comes to brake repair in Erlanger, KY, that mechanic is Urb’s Garage.
The first step in proper brake repair is catching the issue at the first sign of trouble, Some of the most common signs of impending brake failure include:
- Pulling to the left or right when braking
- Grinding, squealing, or squeaking brakes
- Burning smells when you are driving
- A soft or spongy brake pedal
- Decrease in responsiveness when braking
- Your brake warning light is on
Anytime your brakes are behaving differently it should be a cause for concern. Contact Urb’s Garage to schedule an appointment before the issue gets worse.