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Brake Fluid Flush At Your Home Or Office

Let a certified mechanic do a brake fluid flush right where you're parked.

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

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We Provide a Brake Fluid Flush Around Your Schedule

Here are some reasons why we're the best option for your 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 Fluid Flush Process Works

We make brake fluid flush simple and easy.

Get Your Free Repair Quote

Submit a brake fluid flush 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 flush your brake fluid

A NuBrakes mechanic will arrive on-site and flush your brake fluid!


Average Job Cost


Per Flush

The average cost to do a brake fluid flush is $74 - $94. Pricing may vary based on the auto shop that you go to. At NuBrakes, our technicians come to your office or home. We don’t markup our products and have minimal overhead, meaning, we provide you a convenient and low-cost service option.

When evaluating the cost of brake fluid flush, you may want to consider:

  • Top-quality brake fluid
  • Your vehicle's manufacturer including year, model and engine
  • Auto repair labor costs


It’s important to be in tune with your brake fluid flush 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 fluid flushes. 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 fluid flushes? We're here to help.

What is brake fluid flush?

It is a procedure where you remove the old fluid from your brake system and change it with fresh and clean brake fluid. It is necessary for car maintenance as it holds all the dirt that has accumulated in your brake’s system. When not changed regularly, dirty brake fluid will become less effective which means brakes won't perform well.

How do I know when I need a brake fluid flush?

Brake fluid keeps you safe on the road. To make sure you brakes stay in good condition, here are the signals to keep in mind when you need a brake fluid flash:

1. When you feel your pedal is soft, bouncy, and spongy when pressed this means you’ll need a brake fluid flush.

2. When your ABS dashboard light is on.

3. When you notice a leak of brake fluid.

4. When you hear a strange noise or smell when pressing the pedal brake.

Is it safe to drive on an overdue brake fluid flush?

Brake fluid is an important part of your brake system as it helps you slow down or stop your vehicle safely. Having an overdue brake fluid can lead to less effective brake performance which may result in accidents. So it is important for you to know when your vehicle needs a brake fluid flush.

Why should I do a brake fluid flush?

Here are the following reasons why brake fluid flush is necessary:

1. It maintains the quality of the brake fluid since it can be contaminated or accumulate dirt over time which can lead to less effective brake performance if left unattended.

2. Prevent moisture that can cause brakes to rust.

How often should I need a brake fluid flush?

You can always refer to your vehicle’s manual on how often you should have a brake fluid flush.

Professional mechanics would recommend having a brake fluid flush every 30,000 miles or 2-3 years. You can also have your mechanic check your brakes and get advice if you need a brake fluid flush.

Can I change brake fluid myself?

To change your brake fluid:

1. Remove the old fluid from the reservoir by using a vacuum pump.

2. Refill with new brake fluid.

3. Replace the reservoir cap.

4. Bleed the brakes to ensure there is no air remaining in the brake lines.

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.