Family owned and operated, The Woodlands Car Care and Collision Center has been repairing brakes in The Woodlands, Texas, for over 20 years. Our highly skilled technicians are master ASE certified and use state-of-the-art technology to repair your brakes. From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to brake power booster, drum brakes to disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensors, The Woodlands Car Care and Collision Center knows every part of your brake system in and out. We understand how important it is to have a regular brake inspection, and it should be part of your vehicle’s ongoing maintenance to ensure the safety of you and your passengers. Recognized by the American Automobile Association (AAA), we want to ensure your safety and reliability when it comes to your brakes. If you are currently experiencing a low or spongy brake pedal, hard brake pedal, brake warning lights staying on, continuously squealing or grinding brakes, it is a good time to have your brakes inspected by our master technicians. Our team of highly qualified technicians will inspect your braking system to ensure your safety. If our inspection reveals your brakes do require repair, we will explain exactly what’s required, what’s optional and provide you with a written estimate before any work is done. The Woodlands Car Care and Collision Center is a top tier auto repair shop that thrives on customer satisfaction. It is our passion to serve our customer’s brake service needs through honest business practices and quality brake repair work.
Woodlands Car Care and Collision Center offers a limited warranty for all our auto and collision repairs. Our limited warranty covers your vehicle for 12 months or 12,000 miles after our auto or collision repair services. Depending on the issue, our technicians will replace or repair our previous work. We’ll get you back on the road safely with repairs you can depend on from Woodlands Car Care and Collision Center. For specific warranty information, call our main number or ask your technician for details.