Your brakes are one of the most essential safeguards for your vehicle, so it’s vital to regularly inspect brake components in order to stay safe. By assessing these parts before they become too worn out, you can save yourself from potentially hazardous situations.

Bountiful Automotive Brake Repair

If your brakes are exhibiting signs of wear, such as a low or spongy pedal, squeaking noises while braking, or grinding sounds when you press the brake pedal – then it’s time to bring your car to Master AutoTech Bountiful. We’ll inspect your entire vehicle’s brake system and repair any necessary components in order to restore its reliable functionality.

Is it time for new brake pads or rotors? Master AutoTech Bountiful is offering a free assessment to help you determine the best course of action. Our team of expert mechanics has extensive experience in repairing and replacing both drum and disc brakes for the people of Utah. In addition, our technicians are well-versed in working with all types of climates – from icy roads to hot desert heat! So don’t hesitate; let us take care of your automotive brake repair needs today.

When You Need Brakes, Look No Further Than Us!

Let us take care of your brakes, from squealing and worn-out to just needing a tune-up. We guarantee that you’ll be back on the road in no time – safely and securely!

Visit us at our Bountiful Location.

Types of Brakes

At Master AutoTech Bountiful, we provide service for all types of brakes from the most basic to the most advanced. Our technicians are trained and certified in a variety of key brake components.

Drum Brakes

Drum brakes are the most common and traditional type of vehicle brake. They use a wheel cylinder to activate a set of brake shoes that press against the inside of a spinning drum.

Disc Brakes

Disc brakes are the newer, more advanced version of traditional drum brakes. They use a caliper to squeeze brake pads against a rotor to slow down or stop the spinning wheel.

Various Brake Systems


ABS stands for Anti-lock Braking System and is used to prevent wheels from locking up during sudden or hard braking.


ESC stands for Electronic Stability Control and is used to detect if the vehicle is beginning to skid or slide due to excessive speed.

Methods to Check Your Brakes

Check Visually
Visually inspecting your brakes is one of the most important and easiest methods to ensure their proper functioning. Look for any signs of wear on both the brake discs and pads, as well as issues with hoses or other components.

Test Pedal Pressure
If your brakes are feeling softer than usual when pressed, it’s time to inspect them further.

Listen to Strange Sounds
Squeaking, grinding, or high-pitched noises are usually a sign that your brakes need to be inspected.

Feel How Your Vehicle Drives
If you feel your vehicle pull to one side while braking, or if the steering wheel vibrates abnormally when the brakes are applied – then it’s time to get them checked out.

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Come to Master AutoTech Bountiful

Don’t skimp on safety: make sure to keep your brakes in tip-top condition. When you need brake maintenance, trust Master AutoTech Bountiful with the job! We will take care of any issues for Utah drivers – whether it be worn-out brakes or just a simple tune-up – and ensure that your car is as safe as possible. Drive safely knowing that our team has got your back!

1025 N Hwy 89, North Salt Lake, UT 84054