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Brake Caliper Replacement At Your Home Or Office

Let a certified mechanic replace your brake caliper right where you're parked.

Our repair experts will send you a quote in under 5 minutes.

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We'll Replace A Brake Caliper Around Your Schedule

Here are some reasons why we're the best option for your repair needs.


Life's busy. So why waste your time sitting at a shop? Our brake techs come to you and repair your brakes around your schedule.

Transparent, Affordable Pricing

Our upfront, no-obligation brake repair quotes are designed to give you a transparent view into your vehicle's repair costs.


Our brake techs have decades of combined experience, and all services are backed by our Nubrakes Guarantee.

How Our Brake Caliper Replacement Works

We make brake caliper replacement simple and easy.

Get Your Free Repair Quote

Submit a brake caliper replacement request for your specific vehicle.

Select Your Service Date

Your service advisor will help find a time and day that works best for you.

We come replace your caliper

A NuBrakes mechanic will arrive on-site and replace your brake caliper!


Average Job Cost


Per Axle

The average cost to replace your Brake Caliper is $90 - $110. Pricing may vary based on the type of car you have, as well as the type of (and quality) auto shop that you go to. At NuBrakes, our technicians come to your office or home to do the repair. We don’t markup our parts and have minimal overhead, meaning, we provide you a convenient and low-cost repair option.

When evaluating the cost of brake caliper replacement, you may want to consider:

  • The quality of the brake caliper
  • Your vehicle's manufacturer
  • Auto shops labor cost


It’s important to be in tune with your brake caliper replacement options and how the type of shop will affect the pricing they offer to you. Dealerships will always be the most expensive option for brake caliper replacements. Traditional brick and mortar repair shops will typically provide more affordable brake repair prices than the dealership. However, mobile brake repair services, like NuBrakes, usually provide the best prices because they have significantly less operational overhead… And not to mention, a much more convenient experience… A true win-win.


Still have questions about brake caliper replacement? We're here to help.

What is a brake caliper and what does it do?

The brake caliper is like a clamp that covers the pads and pistons located on a vehicles’ wheels and is a key component to your braking system. It applies pressure and creates friction with the brake rotors to slow down a vehicle.

How do I know when my brake caliper needs to be replaced?

Here are a few signs you need to replace your brake caliper.

1. You hear high-pitched noises and clunking sound.

2. Your vehicle pulls to one side when braking.

3. You notice brake fluid leaks around your wheels.

4. One of your brake pads is thinner than the other.

5. Your noticing smoking or a burning smell coming from one your wheels.

Is it safe to drive with bad brake calipers?

Driving with bad brake calipers will put your brake system at risk to NOT perform properly and can result in possible accidents. Brake caliper houses the brake pads and pistons and is responsible for creating friction to slow dyour vehicle to a stop.

Why should I replace my brake caliper?

The brake caliper’s responsibility is to help create friction to make a vehicle slow down. If a brake caliper fails, it will compromise your vehicle’s brake performance and you won’t be able to slow down your car which can lead to accidents.

How often should I replace my brake caliper?

Brake calipers are built much stronger and more durable as they perform a tougher job in your brake system. They usually last up to 100,000 miles or 10 years depending on how hard you use your brakes and whether you do a regular vehicle maintenance like brake pad and rotor replacements.

Can I replace my brake caliper myself?

You can try replacing your brake calipers by yourself, however, it's recommended that you engage a professional given the added complexity of replacing your brake caliper

Here are some steps you can follow when replacing your brake calipers:

1. Use a jack and securely lift your vehicle.

2. Remove the wheel that covers the brake caliper.

3. Loosen and remove the bolts that hold the caliper on the back.

4. Remove the old caliper and brake pads.

5. Remove the 2 bolts holding the caliper bracket.

6. Remove the banjo bolt on the caliper and the brake hose

7. Secure the brake hose to the new caliper.

8. Screw the caliper bracket.

9. Slide the brake pads on the front and back of the caliper bracket.

10. Install the new caliper to the bracket.

Why NuBrakes?

We Come To You

Our mobile mechanics deliver top-rated services at your home or office for up to 40% less than a repair shop.

Better Prices

We're 10-40% more affordable on average compared to dealerships and shops so you'll be saving time AND money.

Flexible Availability

Have a specific time and day that you need your vehicle services? Our service advisors are here to help — contact us to today!

Schedule A Brake Repair Or Get a Quote Now.