Colorado's mountain passes are beautiful but they're hard on your brakes.
Our high mountain passes can overheat your brake rotors and wear out your brake pads early.
We offer full brake system maintenance, repairs, and diagnostics. Our goal is to make your car stop safely.
Are squeaky brakes annoying you?
It's usually a sign your brake pads need attention. When left unchecked it can quickly turn into a grinding noise and destroy your brake rotors.
Your safety is our top priority
Nothing matters more than your family's safety. We're here to make sure your car stops how it should.
Investing in your car's brake system is money well spent. Most popular vehicles have performance braking upgrades available.
We use the latest computerized repair tools to diagnose issues with brake systems. We'll get you back on the road as soon as possible and economically.
Brake Fluid Flush
Your brake fluid attracts water and dirt over time. That makes your brake performance degrade. If it's been awhile, you might be due for a brake system flush to keep things working better.
Full System Diagnosis
If you're having complicated brake problems we can diagnose your full system. We'll work to get to the root of the issue and make it stop so you can stop!
There's nothing worse than a spongy brake pedal
Stop with Confidence
Classic Car Services
If you have a classic car that sat for years brake fluid may have begun to eat through your seals and hoses. That causes brake fluid leaks and sketchy brake response.
We offer a full range of classic car services, including brake system restoration and repair.
Your car's master cylinder sits under the hood on the driver's side. When you press your brake pedal it distributes brake fluid throughout the system.
The master cylinder isn't a maintenance wearable item like your brake pads with a set life span. It can develop problems over time usually from dirt and water finding their way in your system.
Symptoms include brake fluid leaks, spongy brake pedal and loss of braking performance
A brake fluid flush isn't always required. It's a relatively inexpensive way to help maintain your master cylinder. Keeping it clean from dirt and debris keeps your brake system working at it's best.
Power Brake Booster
Your power brake booster sits behind the master cylinder. It uses air flow (engine vacuum) to make your brake pedal easier to press.
Symptoms of a bad brake booster include a hissing noise near your pedal. A difficult to press pedal, or a pedal that "grabs late" and other intermittent brake problems.
Brake Lines and Hoses
The brake lines and hoses carry fluid from the master cylinder to the brake calipers. The calipers squeeze the brake pads against the rotors to stop your car. The lines carry brake fluid at 30,000+ PSI. That stress over time can lead to broken brake hoses and fluid leaks.
Symptoms include fluid on your wheels or the inside of your tire from a loss of fluid. Dashboard brake or ABS light flashing. Your brake pedal going to the floor. Decreased stopping performance and "thunking" or "clunking" noises when you stop.
Anti-lock Brake System
Modern cars use wheel speed sensors and an ABS computer to help you stop safe. It also makes your stability support or traction control work.
The system works to change how much one wheel's brake is applied based on how it's responding. When these sensors wear out and develop faults your ABS light will turn on. Your stopping performance will dramatically decrease. You might get wheel lock up without expecting it and your car won't be as safe.
Big Brake Kits
Most popular vehicles have big brake kits available to make your vehicle stop better. If you want to improve your brakes we can help. We'll help you get the right parts for your budget and goals whether on the street or the track.