Granite State Tire
(603) 623-9666

Manchester New Hampshire Brake Repair Services Granite State Tire

Looking to get your automobile serviced?

When are you looking to come in?

Hours: M-F 7:30 am - 5:30 pm

Providing Comprehensive Brake Repair and Service for Manchester’s drivers

Nobody looks forward to getting his or her brakes fixed or repaired. We get that. That's why we do all we can to be the most convenient, friendly, and fairly priced brake service provider in Manchester, NH.

Want one good reason to turn to Granite State Tire for your brake service? We're not a chain, and we're not a dealership. We're four brothers who own and operate a family business that's been in the same location since 1977. There's no such thing as an upsell with us, just an honest answer about what you need, how much it's going to cost you, and how long it's going to take.

Need brake service? We're here to help. Call us today, or schedule an appointment for brake service from one of Manchester's finest family owned tire and auto shops.

Need a ride? We are happy to provide free shuttle service to and from work, or wherever you need to go!

How to Know if You Need Brake Service

Read through our list of common symptoms to determine if your brakes need repair or replacement. Of course, we’re always happy to take a look at your brakes and give you our professional opinion.

 
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This is a good indication that your brakes need to be adjusted or that your brake pads are due for a replacement. Most brake pads are engineered to make a noticeable sound when they need replacing. This is done as a protective measure so drivers don't wear their brakes all the way down and lose braking power when they need it the most.
This is another good indication that your brake fluid is low and needs to be refilled. It could also mean that you have a leak in your brake line. If your brake light is on, it should be checked out as soon as possible. Our certified brake technicians can quickly diagnose and fix the problem.
If your car is pulling to one side while braking, it usually means that your brakes need to be adjusted. This could be due to fluid leakage or worn brakes that need replacing.
If your brakes seem spongy or hard to press down, it's usually for one of two reasons. Either air has gotten into your brake lines, or you have low brake fluid. No matter the reason, if your brakes aren't working properly - your safest bet is to have them looked at. To schedule an appointment, click here.

Contact Us

Granite State Tire & Battery
Phone: (603) 623-9666
Fax: (603) 623-1766
Hours: M-F 7:30 am - 5:30 pm
 
 

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Address: 945 Hanover Street. Manchester, NH 03104