Our Services

Your automobile’s stopping capacity is vital to your safety and reliable driving routine. So if you require brand-new brakes, pay a visit to your local Denver Brakes experts and our highly trained ASE Certified Technicians will recommend only high quality brakes.

    • Brake Rotors or Brake Discs
      These are the shiny metal disc that brake pads squeeze to stop the vehicle; hence the name disk brakes. Location: Front Brakes and Rear Brakes where applicable.
  • Calipers
    When brakes are applied, hydraulic fluid forces the brake pads using one or several pistons in the calipers towards the rotors, cause the brake discs to be squeezed. Location: Front Brakes and Rear Brakes where applicable.
  • Brake Shoes
    These are the curved pieces of metal on which are bonded high-friction brake linings that are forced against the brake drums to slow or stop the car. Location: Rear Brakes where applicable. On Older Model cars, you may find Front Drum Brakes.
  • Brake Drum
    A drum brake is a brake in which the friction is caused by a set of shoes or pads that press against a rotating drum-shaped surface. Location: Rear Brakes where applicable. On Older Model cars, you may find Front Drum Brakes.
  • Wheel Cylinder
    A hydraulic cylinder device at each wheel of a drum-brake system that transfers hydraulic pressure developed in the master cylinder to the brake shoes. Location: Rear Brakes where applicable. On Older Model cars, you may find Front Drum Brakes.
  • Master Cylinder
    A control device that converts non-hydraulic pressure (commonly from a driver’s foot) into hydraulic pressure, in order to move other devices which are located at the other end of the hydraulic system, namely, the calipers and / or wheel cylinders located at each wheel. Location: Under Hood.
  • Brake Booster
    In a vehicle with power brakes, a brake booster is located between the brake pedal and the master cylinder to increase the force applied to the pistons in the master cylinder. Location: Under Hood.
  • Brake Hoses
    The flexible tubular conduit for the transmission of fluid pressure in the brake system. Location: At each Wheel.

REMEMBER: YOUR BRAKES ARE MORE THAN JUST PADS AND SHOES – THEY ARE PART OF A COMPLETE BRAKING SYSTEM!

Apart from the above mentioned professional brake services, likewise we handle other work also such as brake inspection, minor brake adjustments, road test for brake functionality, and rotor and drum inspection, just to list a few. If you’re ready to learn more about our services above, or other services not noted, please call us at (303) 922-1111 our via our contact page HERE

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