Brake disk and detail of a wheel hub

Brake Repair, Rotors, and Pads

At Chloe's Auto Repair, we see cars daily with worn or damaged break components.  Typically your mechanic should inspect these components for your safety every time your vehicle is in their shop but if for some reason you find yourself experiencing any of these symptoms, you should have your brakes inspected immediately.

  • Vehicle not stopping properly
  • High-pitched squeal
  • Vehicle Pulls to one side when stopping
  • Grinding noise
  • Pulsing or vibration in brake pedal or steering wheel
  • Brake light service message appearing on your dashboard
  • No brake pedal pressure / Spongy Pedal