7708 HOMESTEAD RD, Houston, TX 77028 | (713) 633-5931
Brakes Starting At $14.95 Most Cars
Are You having trouble with your brakes?
How often do you check your brakes? A vibrating steering wheel is an indicator of warped rotors. Does your car squeal or come to a grinding halt at red lights? It may be time to replace your brake pads. These parts are typically not included in a car's warranty as they are all preventative maintenance items that need to be replaced. The good news is that we carry a wide selection of brakes and brake parts at the lowest price in town.
Brake pads naturally wear down over time, but it’s important to pay attention to their wear patterns. If the brake pads are squealing or grinding, they may have worn down to the backing plate, which can cause damage to the rotor. Brake pads that wear unevenly may indicate a problem with your brake caliper or guide pins. When your brake pads need to be replaced, you may notice your car shaking or pulsing when you brake. This may also be caused by a warped rotor, so it’s best to replace both when you complete a brake job. When you’re ready to fix your brakes, come see one of our knowledgeable staff. We carry brake pads, brake rotors, brake calipers, and more for a complete repair.
Make sure you and your passengers are safe. When you're faced with the hazards on the road, you need to make sure you are in complete control. Save on great prices on premium quality brake pads, brake rotors, calipers, wheel bearings, lug nuts, brake master cylinders and more.
Disc brake rotors take punishment during normal driving. While the disc brake pads are designed take most of the braking force, over time the brake rotor surface will also wear away. We recommend looking at rotor thickness while changing your brake pads to maintain optimal breaking performance. When brake rotors become too thin for service, the best solution is a new pair. Just like brake pads, brake rotors should be replaced in pairs to provide balanced braking. We have the right disc brake rotors for your vehicle. Talk to one of our knowledgable staff today.
The disc brake caliper is responsible for holding the brake pads, and holding the pistons that force the disc brake pad against the rotor during braking. Dirt, debris, and road salt take their toll on braking components. Over time disc brake calipers can leak brake fluid or the caliper pistons can freeze-up, reducing braking efficiency. A failing brake caliper can even cause erratic handling during braking. Dependable, consistent brakes are as easy as a visit to your local Andress Auto Parts.
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Andress Auto Supply is an American auto parts retailer that offers original dealer equipment & parts as well as aftermarket parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories in Houston, TX serving both the professional service providers and do-it-yourself customers.
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