In a previous blog post, we discussed the pros and cons of ordering a DIY disc brake kit to ensure all the necessary safety measures were met. This Part II continuation blog will dive into the second option of brake safety, where we will weigh out the pros and cons of hiring a specialist. When you are in the process of trying to figure out which trailer brake system is best for you, Performance Trailer Braking is here for you, regardless of what you decide on. Read on to see what advantages exist with hiring a specialist, and contact us today to get more information!

Hiring a Specialist

When working with Performance Trailer Braking, you have the option to work with a trained professional who can install the brakes your trailer needs. This is in contrast to ordering a DIY disc brake kit, which is an option that requires you to install the trailer brakes yourself.

Pros

  • You’ll have nothing to worry about! Hiring a specialist can be ideal for many people, because you won’t have to worry about installing trailer brakes. A professional, one who is specifically trained in the art of trailer braking, will take care of everything for you. You can rest assured knowing that your trailer brake system will not only be installed properly, but it will be in the best hands out there.
  • You don’t have to leave your house (let alone your trailer). We at Performance Trailer Braking provide a mobile trailer brake installation service for 38 states. You read that right—we will come to you and your trailer! You don’t have to worry about driving your trailer to some other auto shop, because if you’re driving to get brakes installed, that means you’d have to drive without trailer brakes in the first place! We’ll take care of it for you, and are happy to do so.

Cons

  • A specialist will come to you, if you live in one of the 38 states we currently serve. If you happen to live in one of the states that is not mobily serviced by Performance Trailer Braking, you will unfortunately not be able to have us come to your doorstep. This is an instance where ordering one of our disc brake kits might work better for you, as all the materials can still be delivered.
  • You’ll have to pay for additional labor costs. It makes sense that you’d need to pay extra costs for labor, especially when you factor in the fact that our professionals drive to you. However, if saving money is a higher priority for you, ordering a disc brake kit might be a better option.

Over the past two blog posts, we’ve gotten to dissect the two options Performance Trailer Braking offers for installing brakes for your trailer. No matter what option you go with, investing in Performance Trailer Braking is the smart move to make. Put your trailer in great hands—contact us for a disc brake kit or for trailer brake installation today!