DALLAS, TX — NuBrakes, a Texas-based on-demand mobile brake repair service that delivers convenient, affordable brake repairs to consumers at their home or office, today announced further expansion in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. The company will begin offering mobile brake services 7 days per week across the metroplex, expanding into new areas such as Plano, McKinney, Prosper, Frisco, and Denton.
NuBrakes launched its mobile brake services into Dallas in May 2019, followed by Fort Worth, Austin and Houston market expansions following just months after. Since launching, the company has amassed hundreds of 5-star reviews from vehicle owners that enjoy the ability to schedule brake repairs to their home or office, while simultaneously saving 40% on average when compared to traditional repair shop prices.
“Consumers don’t trust, nor do they have time for the traditional repair shop experience anymore, as they’re typically met with annoying wait times, high costs and unnecessary upsells,” said co-founder and CEO Walker Drewett. “Thanks to our fresh, on-demand approach to brake repair and trustworthy team of full-time mechanics, we’ve had hundreds of customers refer NuBrakes to their friends and family living in cities just outside of our service area. Starting today, we’re excited to announce the ability to deliver repairs to those that live and work in the fastest growing areas of northern DFW, and hope to continue the growth to even more local cities within the coming year."
All NuBrakes technicians are certified, insured, and background checked, and each service is backed by NuBrake's 24-month/24,000 mile warranty and an over $5 million liability policy. Additionally, all of their technicians are afforded a level of freedom and higher pay compared to mechanics working at big-name shops.
With a daily average commute time of nearly 60 minutes, DFW drivers can eliminate the burden of stopping at a repair shop by simply chatting with one of NuBrakes’ in-house brake experts via phone, text or email to receive a quote and schedule a repair. “We’re able to diagnose 99% of brake issues online or over the phone by learning a few things about your vehicle and any symptoms you’re currently facing when braking,” Drewett says. “Our customers love not having to waste time driving to a shop just to get a diagnosis, and I don’t ever advise anyone to continue driving on bad brakes. Instead, we send one of our certified brake techs to diagnose your vehicle right where it’s parked — whether that’s your office garage or home driveway.”