Brake Service in Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
West Franklin Location
502 W. Franklin Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
University Place Location
201 South Estes Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Cole Park Plaza Location
11470 US-15 501 Hwy N
Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Fordham Blvd. Location
1809 Fordham Blvd.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Brake Service in Chapel Hill, Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Apex, and Carrboro
A system as complicated and important as your brake system demands ASE-certified service like ours. Perfectly functioning brakes are a must for your safety and for the safety of everyone around you on the road.
So why are brakes so complicated? Because they have many parts. In many cars, a disc brake first squeezes a brake pad against a rotor on the front wheels. In other cars, the back wheels also employ disc brakes. Others use drum brakes.
The brakes are then connected by a series of tubes and hoses that link each wheel to a master cylinder, which supplies them with brake fluid (hydraulic fluid). Each time you press your brake pedal, it creates pressure in the cylinder, which moves fluid toward the wheels and compresses the brakes. As we said, brakes are complex, but they’re essential to your safety. If you need brake services in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Apex, Cary, or Carrboro, you can trust Chapel Hill Tire to give you an honest diagnosis and get you back on the road.
Common Brake Services
Most commonly, you will find your car needing brake pad replacements. Over time, the friction material wears away as your brake pads press against the rotors to slow and stop your vehicle. Signs your brake pads need replacing include squeaky and ineffective braking.
The process of your brake pads pressing against your rotors can cause this metal to warm up. Combined with the pressure of your brake pads, this process can warp your rotors over time, requiring rotor replacement. Every couple of years, your braking system will also need a brake fluid flush.
Brake services at Chapel Hill Tire comprehensively include professional mechanic inspection and services, such as:
Disc Brakes Inspection and Service
- Disc brake rotors and pads
- Calipers and hardware
Drum Brakes Inspection and Service
- Brake drums and shoes
- Wheel cylinders
- Return springs
Parking Brake Inspection and Service
Hydraulic System Inspection and Service
- Master cylinder
- Brake fluid and hoses
- Power booster
Chapel Hill Tire Brake Mechanics
The Chapel Hill Tire brake service experts in Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Durham, Cary, and Carrboro offer exclusive promotions and deals to make our transparent prices even lower. Our professionals treat each customer like family, which is why keeping you safe on the road with our expert brake services is so important to us. We repair your brake problems at their source, addressing any underlying contributors to your brake troubles. Schedule your appointment at your nearest Chapel Hill Tire location today to get your brakes inspected and protected.
Brake Service Costs
Front brake pad replacement
Varies by vehicle
Rear brake pad replacement
Varies by vehicle
Visual Brake Inspection
Comprehensive brake inspection
Brake Fluid Service
*Includes an inspection of all brake system hydraulic components, including the master cylinder, brake lines, and calipers. Also a measurement of brake pad and rotor thickness with micrometer to verify against manufacturer recommended specifications.
Remember, we offer a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty on our brake services that beats your dealership’s hands-down. And if you’re a new customer, you get $20 off your first service!
Why Chapel Hill Tire for Brake Services?
There are usually some clear warning signs that you have brake problems. If you hear squealing or grinding noises from your brakes, see your system’s Anti-Lock Brake light come on, feel shaking in your car when you brake, or notice a change in the pressure it takes to use your brake pedal, come in to Chapel Hill Tire right away.
We’ll perform a quick visual inspection, identify and fix your problem, and get you back on the road. Our team recommends you check your brakes every 12,000 miles even if everything seems fine. You can trust us at those check-ups to tell you exactly the service you need to avoid issues down the road.