What Makes an Inspection Credible?

You hear a strange noise coming from your brakes and bring it in to have it identified. The first sign of a non-credible inspection is a free inspection. A professional’s time is worth something.

The next sign of a non-credible inspection is an incomplete or vague assessment because it leaves too much room for the unknown — which leads to padding. At McNeill’s, we perform a comprehensive assessment and come back with one estimate for all the work. No add-ons. No surprises.

If we find that we need to do an inspection on the brakes, we first get authorization from the client. Then, if we find a problem, we prepare the estimate, confirm we can get the parts, and take you through what we need to do before beginning so you understand everything.

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