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Brake Discs or Rotors Replaced At Your Home Or Office In Minutes

Our mobile brake repair technicians come to your location. Available 7 days a week.

Brake Disc/Rotor Replacement - Delivered

Get your brake rotors/discs replaced around your schedule at your home or office.

REPAIRS AROUND YOUR SCHEDULE

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.

HAPPINESS GUARANTEED

Our brake techs have decades of combined experience, and all services are backed by a 24-month/24,000 mile warranty.

How Mobile Brake Disc/Rotor Replacement Works

Schedule the most convenient brake service in three easy steps

Get Your Free Repair Quote

Let us know what’s going on with your brakes and we’ll send you a free, no obligation repair quote for your vehicle.

Select Your Repair Date

Select a repair date and time that works around your schedule. We pride ourselves on making it simple for you.

Enjoy Safer, Better Driving

Our brake technicians will ensure that your brakes are ready to hit the road and get you back to driving worry-free!

Brake Disc/Rotor Repair Pricing

Average Job Cost

$150 - $300

Per Axle

It costs an average of $150 - $300 per axle to get brake rotors replaced by a brake shop or mobile mechanic. If you’re shopping for brake rotor replacement, there’s a few factors that you should keep in mind:

  • The type of brake shop performing the repair
  • The type of rotors being used
  • Your vehicle’s manufacturer
  • Are other brake services also needed?

Choose The Best Brake Repair Option For You

It’s important to be in tune with your brake rotor repair 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 rotor replacement. 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.

Front Brake Rotor Replacement

Traditional Repair Shop

$189 - $319

Dealership

$219 - $389

NuBrakes

$155 - $285

Potential Savings

17 - 40%

Rear Brake Rotor Replacement

Traditional Repair Shop

$189 - $319

Dealership

$219 - $389

NuBrakes

$155 - $285

Potential Savings

17 - 40%

Front and Rear Brake Rotor Replacement

Traditional Repair Shop

$258 - $478

Dealership

$338 - $598

NuBrakes

$275 - $590

Potential Savings

20% - 45%

Types of Brake Rotors Being Used

Although the variation in brake rotors is not as frequently discussed as brake pads when deciding which parts to put on your vehicle, it's important to understand the options you have as rotors are a core component to your vehicle’s braking system. We’ve put together a brief overview on your brake rotor options to help you understand the common types of brake rotors, and the pros and cons of each of them so you can make the best decision for your vehicle. The four types of brake rotors are: Drilled Rotors, Slotted Rotors, Drilled & Slotted Rotors, Blank or Smooth Rotors

Organic Brake Pads

Brake Pad Cost

$

Performance

Low

Noise When Braking

Loud

Wear & Tear On Rotors

Minimal

Brake Dust

Above Average

Semi-Metallic Brake Pads

Brake Pad Cost

$$

Performance

Medium

Noise When Braking

Loudest

Wear & Tear On Rotors

Minimal

Brake Dust

Significant

Ceramic Brake Pads

Brake Pad Cost

$$$

Performance

High

Noise When Braking

Quiet

Wear & Tear On Rotors

Some

Brake Dust

Very Little

Drilled Rotors

Pros

Work well in wet and rainy conditions
They provide support for heavy-duty vehicles
They can stop brake pads from glazing
They offer daily driving support

Cons

Wear Unevenly
Can develop cracks
Not suitable for high performance vehicles due to repeated heating and cooling

Slotted Rotors

Pros

Work well in wet and rainy conditions
They provide support for heavy-duty vehicles
They can stop brake pads from glazing
They offer daily driving support

Cons

Wear Unevenly
Can develop cracks
Not suitable for high performance vehicles due to repeated heating and cooling

Blank Rotors

Pros

Optimum braking capability
Good for a variety of road conditions

Cons

No real downside to these, great for general brake rotor needs.

Brake Rotor Brands

If you’re feeling like it’s time to get new brake rotors put on your vehicle, there’s a few different directions that you can go in regards to the quality and brand of rotors. You may be looking for performance brake rotors, economy brake rotors, or a combination of both. Brake rotors are a vital component on your car or truck and should be given thoughtful consideration when deciding on where to get your brakes repaired and what parts to use.

At NuBrakes, we generally recommend using high-quality, Carquest Wearever Platinum Professional Brake Rotors, which we source from Advance Auto Parts. However, if your vehicle calls for a different type of rotor, we’ll follow the original equipment manufacturer’s recommendation and suggest those brake rotors to you instead. We’ve put together a short list of high-quality brake rotor brands that you might consider:

Brake Parts Brands We Use & Trust

Car QuestBremboAkebonoRaybestosBoschWagner

THE MOST CONVENIENT WAY TO REPLACE YOUR BRAKE DISCS/ROTORS.

Our mobile brake repair technicians provide top-rated, certified brake rotor/disc replacements from the comfort of your home or office.

Perks of NuBrakes

We Come To You

Save Up To 40% On Average

Zero Markup On Parts — Ever

ASE Certified Brake Techs

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