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Brakes are a main safety feature of your vehicle, and something you should have inspected & serviced on a regular schedule. At Schmidt Auto Care, we pride ourselves on our professional service, whether repairing, replacing, or just inspecting your brakes.

After our inspection, we report back to our Middletown, OH customers with your brakes' health, and let you know what repairs are needed if any. Our technicians are ASE Certified and use digital tools & images as part of their inspections. When you come to Schmidt Auto Care in Springboro, OH, you get the kind of service you can count on.

Here at Schmidt Auto Care, we offer the following:

  • Top-Rated, Digital Brake Inspections
  • Premium Brake Parts
  • Backed by a 2 Year/Unlimited Mile Warranty
  • Certified ASE Technicians Delivering Professional Work

We are Proudly Serving all the Local Residents of Springboro, OH | Waynesville, OH | Miamisburg, OH | Centerville, OH | Franklin, Oh & surrounding areas.

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BRAKE SERVICE…IS IT TIME?

Brake repair is a service every Ohio driver will need, no matter what kind of vehicle you drive. Whether you're commuting every day to Cincinnati, or just running errands around Franklin, your brakes will eventually need to be looked at. Luckily, brake repair does not take too long and is much less expensive than most powertrain repairs.

As far as how often our Five Points, OH customers need to have brakes done, that varies per car and driver. Brake pads are generally good for 35-40K miles on average, but this will vary depending on how you drive, weather, and other factors. Taking care of these smaller 'wear & tear' repairs on time can help Carlisle, OH drivers avoid the more extensive brake repairs down the road.

Since a car's brake system has several different parts, we are going to break them down in more detail below.

THE BRAKE SYSTEM

You may be interested in how the brake system works in your vehicle. It helps to understand the basics of brakes, as well as signs that brake service might be needed. First, here are some basic descriptions of the main brake components inside your vehicle.

Rotor: The disk rotor is the component that spins right alongside the tires. It is sandwiched between the brake pads, which are being held on by the calipers. When Ohio drivers hit the brakes, the caliper forces the brake pads against the spinning rotor, which creates an enormous amount of friction to slow the rotation of the wheel.

Brake Pads: This is the main brake component you hear people talking about changing out. It is no secret they are one of the most wearable items on a car since it has an incredibly stressful job. The whole role of the brake pad is to create friction against the rotor. Not all brake pads are created equal. There are ceramic, semi-metallic, and organic pads. All will change up your driving performance.

Calipers: The calipers use the hydraulic force from the brake pedal to squeeze the brake pads into the rotors. The caliper assembly is made up of the caliper brackets, slider pins, dust boots, and caliper piston. All these items need to be in good shape to function correctly.

HEARING NOISES, SEEING LIGHTS?

The Squeal: A good indicator you might want to check your brakes is hearing squealing, or squeaking when you press your brake pedal. This is generally your first sign of brake failure.

As a safety feature, most brakes are designed to squeal when they start to wear down. They will get progressively louder as the pad decays further. Eventually, they will fail if not attended to. So don’t ignore your car's warnings, even if you don't feel a change in brake performance yet. Since not all pads are the same, yours may not be designed to squeal. Don’t worry, there are other warnings in place.

The Rough Stop: Another indicator you may need brakes is shaking or vibrating when attempting to stop the vehicle. This can be a sign of warped rotors. Ohio car owners should take the time to get that looked at. Your vehicle should come to a smooth stop every time. Anything less is pointing to an issue inside the braking system.

The Howl Or Grind: Five Points, OH drivers with brake trouble may hear a howling type of noise when braking. Or it might sound like grinding. This probably means you have ignored your squeaking warning, and are out of brake pads. The noise you are hearing is metal grinding on metal, and it really needs immediate attention. Your brakes are not in good shape and could start causing even worse damage.

Brake Service Light: Your vehicle may have a Brake Service Light. This light is specifically dedicated to your vehicle’s braking system and is not to be confused with your Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS). If this light comes on, it could mean several things based on your make and model. Get familiar with what your dash lights mean, which you can find in your owner’s manual, or online.

BRAKE INSPECTIONS

You should have your braking system checked periodically by one of our ASE Certified Technicians in Springboro, OH to ensure the brake components are all intact, and that brake fluid is not leaking or infiltrated with water.

Whether you are about to head out on a trip, are hearing noises, or you are just thinking it may be time for brakes, this is an excellent service to have done. Your technician will check the rotors and brake pads for wear, and inspect the safety and workability of the entire brake system.

Our brake inspection takes about 30 minutes and gives you peace of mind that your brakes are in perfect condition.

FAILURE TO STOP

If your brake pedal goes soft, which means you can push it down farther than normal, the most likely cause is your brake pads. But it also could mean you have low brake fluid, air stuck in the brake lines, or a problem with your master cylinder. All of these items are of a more serious nature, and you should bring your vehicle into Schmidt Auto Care. If it is not safe to drive, contact us first for advice.

SOME BRAKE SERVICE STATS

Average Time of Brake Inspection: 30 minutes
Average Cost of Brake Inspection: $60 + tax
Average Brake Repair: 2 hours
Average Cost of Brake Repair: $350-500+ (pending make/model)

Our team of expert technicians are here to diagnose your vehicle and ensure you can make an educated decision regarding the care we provide. Springboro drivers know that Schmidt Auto Care stands for integrity, excellence, and superior service.

Brakes are a main safety feature of your vehicle, and something you should have inspected & serviced on a regular schedule. At Schmidt Auto Care, we pride ourselves on our professional service, whether repairing, replacing, or just inspecting your brakes.

After our inspection, we report back to our Middletown, OH customers with your brakes' health, and let you know what repairs are needed if any. Our technicians are ASE Certified and use digital tools & images as part of their inspections. When you come to Schmidt Auto Care in Springboro, OH, you get the kind of service you can count on.

Here at Schmidt Auto Care, we offer the following:

  • Top-Rated, Digital Brake Inspections
  • Premium Brake Parts
  • Backed by a 2 Year/Unlimited Mile Warranty
  • Certified ASE Technicians Delivering Professional Work

We are Proudly Serving all the Local Residents of Springboro, OH | Waynesville, OH | Miamisburg, OH | Centerville, OH | Franklin, Oh & surrounding areas.

Schedule Brake Service

BRAKE SERVICE…IS IT TIME?

Brake repair is a service every Ohio driver will need, no matter what kind of vehicle you drive. Whether you're commuting every day to Cincinnati, or just running errands around Franklin, your brakes will eventually need to be looked at. Luckily, brake repair does not take too long and is much less expensive than most powertrain repairs.

As far as how often our Five Points, OH customers need to have brakes done, that varies per car and driver. Brake pads are generally good for 35-40K miles on average, but this will vary depending on how you drive, weather, and other factors. Taking care of these smaller 'wear & tear' repairs on time can help Carlisle, OH drivers avoid the more extensive brake repairs down the road.

Since a car's brake system has several different parts, we are going to break them down in more detail below.

THE BRAKE SYSTEM

You may be interested in how the brake system works in your vehicle. It helps to understand the basics of brakes, as well as signs that brake service might be needed. First, here are some basic descriptions of the main brake components inside your vehicle.

Rotor: The disk rotor is the component that spins right alongside the tires. It is sandwiched between the brake pads, which are being held on by the calipers. When Ohio drivers hit the brakes, the caliper forces the brake pads against the spinning rotor, which creates an enormous amount of friction to slow the rotation of the wheel.

Brake Pads: This is the main brake component you hear people talking about changing out. It is no secret they are one of the most wearable items on a car since it has an incredibly stressful job. The whole role of the brake pad is to create friction against the rotor. Not all brake pads are created equal. There are ceramic, semi-metallic, and organic pads. All will change up your driving performance.

Calipers: The calipers use the hydraulic force from the brake pedal to squeeze the brake pads into the rotors. The caliper assembly is made up of the caliper brackets, slider pins, dust boots, and caliper piston. All these items need to be in good shape to function correctly.

HEARING NOISES, SEEING LIGHTS?

The Squeal: A good indicator you might want to check your brakes is hearing squealing, or squeaking when you press your brake pedal. This is generally your first sign of brake failure.

As a safety feature, most brakes are designed to squeal when they start to wear down. They will get progressively louder as the pad decays further. Eventually, they will fail if not attended to. So don’t ignore your car's warnings, even if you don't feel a change in brake performance yet. Since not all pads are the same, yours may not be designed to squeal. Don’t worry, there are other warnings in place.

The Rough Stop: Another indicator you may need brakes is shaking or vibrating when attempting to stop the vehicle. This can be a sign of warped rotors. Ohio car owners should take the time to get that looked at. Your vehicle should come to a smooth stop every time. Anything less is pointing to an issue inside the braking system.

The Howl Or Grind: Five Points, OH drivers with brake trouble may hear a howling type of noise when braking. Or it might sound like grinding. This probably means you have ignored your squeaking warning, and are out of brake pads. The noise you are hearing is metal grinding on metal, and it really needs immediate attention. Your brakes are not in good shape and could start causing even worse damage.

Brake Service Light: Your vehicle may have a Brake Service Light. This light is specifically dedicated to your vehicle’s braking system and is not to be confused with your Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS). If this light comes on, it could mean several things based on your make and model. Get familiar with what your dash lights mean, which you can find in your owner’s manual, or online.

BRAKE INSPECTIONS

You should have your braking system checked periodically by one of our ASE Certified Technicians in Springboro, OH to ensure the brake components are all intact, and that brake fluid is not leaking or infiltrated with water.

Whether you are about to head out on a trip, are hearing noises, or you are just thinking it may be time for brakes, this is an excellent service to have done. Your technician will check the rotors and brake pads for wear, and inspect the safety and workability of the entire brake system.

Our brake inspection takes about 30 minutes and gives you peace of mind that your brakes are in perfect condition.

FAILURE TO STOP

If your brake pedal goes soft, which means you can push it down farther than normal, the most likely cause is your brake pads. But it also could mean you have low brake fluid, air stuck in the brake lines, or a problem with your master cylinder. All of these items are of a more serious nature, and you should bring your vehicle into Schmidt Auto Care. If it is not safe to drive, contact us first for advice.

SOME BRAKE SERVICE STATS

Average Time of Brake Inspection: 30 minutes
Average Cost of Brake Inspection: $60 + tax
Average Brake Repair: 2 hours
Average Cost of Brake Repair: $350-500+ (pending make/model)

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$5 OFF

TOTAL LABOR!

FOR ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS THAT DOWNLOAD OUR FREE APP AND SIGNUP.

Expires: 12-31-2022

Offer and terms subject to change at anytime. Cannot be combined with any other promotion. Not redeemable for cash. Valid on or before expiration date. Discount coupons must be presented at time of service write up. *To claim this offer you'll need to download our app and signup.

OFFICE USE ONLY: 2021MEMBER-W

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