What to do with squeaky brakes

There are a multiple number of reasons you may experience difficulty in braking your vehicle. The most important thing to remember is you, as the regular driver of your vehicle, usually gets the first hint that something has changed. You suddenly hear a strange noise, a rubbing sound, a pull right or left when braking, or it “just doesn’t feel right”. You have your family on board and sudden doubts enter your mind as to whether you are still safe. Immediately seek professional help at a brake repair facility like Pro Muffler & Brake Shop.

Squealing brakes could be a warning that it’s time to take your vehicle in for repair. Other possibilities such as noises from rust accumulations on rotors in high humidity conditions, to surfaces being “metal on metal” or grinding. Normal squeaks are a result of using “metallic” brake pads and are a constant issue that can be fixed with premium brake pads. Whenever you are in doubt, have your system inspected by qualified technicians immediately.
Before you forget about your brakes, listen:

The only way to be sure of a potential brake issue is to have your vehicle physically inspected by a qualified brake technician.

At Pro Muffler & Brake Shop we are happy to provide you with a FREE Brake Inspection to determine if anything is wrong with your vehicle. If so, we will show you the problem, explain what needs to be done and give you a no obligation estimate. Most importantly, we promise that your bill will match your estimate to the penny.

Thank you Pro Muffler & Brake Shop! If I have a problem with my brakes or my muffler again, I will come to you! Many thanks to you & staff. My car runs so much better and because of you guys I have confidence in driving my car. Customer of '97 Honda Civic
Kevin & Pro Muffler guys, “Many thanks for your prompt, courteous & special service today!Anita
Dear Kevin & Rich,We finally made it to the West Coast. We’re in Northern California headed down to San Fran. We picked up my PT Cruiser and it’s holding up well… So far. I don’t want to jinx myself. Hope all is well in Michigan. Perhaps we’ll meet again. Thanks for all your kindness!Sincerely, Beth & Jerod