At NW Houston Auto Repair in the Houston Heights, we’re dedicated to going the extra mile for our customers, regardless of what auto repair and maintenance service they need. When it comes to car repairs in the Houston Heights, we believe that you deserve nothing less than the very best for your vehicle. This is why we ensure that all of our car service specialists undergo professional training and are ASE-certified.
At NW Houston Auto Repair, we believe that your car is more than just a way to get around. It’s a part of your life, and we want to take care of it like it’s our own. That’s why we offer over-the-top service that you won’t find anywhere else.
Here are just a few of the things that make us different:
EVERY JOB IS PERSONAL
We’ll always give you a free estimate before we start any work.
We’ll never pressure you into making a decision that you’re not comfortable with.
We’ll only use high-quality parts and fluids.
We’ll stand behind our work with a 30-day warranty.
At Northwest Houston Auto Repair, in Houston, TX, our mechanics have the automotive knowledge and attention to detail you need.
All of our mechanics are highly trained, but what matters most to us is you. We want to give you every assurance that we can get the job done quickly, correctly and at a fair price! So feel free to ask any questions you may have about the performance of your vehicle. Stop by the shop or give us a call at (713) 714-3761 we’ll be happy to speak with you. Below is a short explanation of how the typical brake system works and some of the services that Northwest Houston Auto Repair offers.
Getting your car started and moving is important but stopping your car safely and effectively is critical. Stomping your foot on the brake pedal activates a finely tuned system that requires periodic maintenance to ensure it works correctly.
In the early days of automobiles, brakes were mostly of the ‘drum’ type and required regular adjustment. Disc brakes gradually replaced drum brakes on the front of cars and now most new cars have disc brakes on all four wheels.