Took my car in on Saturday 3/16/19 for an oil change and found out I needed brakes and had both jobs completed. After about a week, I noticed that my front brakes were squeaking at low speeds. Took my car back exactly two weeks later on a Saturday morning and complained about the squeaking. I was told by John that some cars require glue and some do not and maybe the mechanic did not glue my brakes. Anyway they were adjusted. Shortly after I got back home, I was called back to the shop and was told that the mechanic had left a tool on the engine when in fact he had left the cap off of the brake fluid reservoir which I discovered on my own before leaving my house. I would have appreciated an honest admission of the mechanic's mistake rather than to have me come back under false pretenses. Within a couple of days, the squeaking was back and got progressively worse throughout the week. I called the shop and was told to come back in at my convenience. I returned on Friday, March 5th and met Ron. I explained what had happened over the previous three weeks. He immediately had my car brought back. After a few minutes I was told the front brakes would be replaced with new ones at no charge. Before I left, I asked Ron what was wrong with the original brakes and he said, "bad brakes." Because of the dishonesty from my second visit, I did not believe his explanation and strongly believe it was a bad brake job. The mechanic who did my brake job initially was the same mechanic that put the glue on my brakes on the second visit and left the cap off of the brake fluid reservoir. He is a nice guy but may not have great attention to detail. I will return to this shop for oil changes and other small jobs because the people are nice, the prices are fair and it is more convenient than going to the dealer. Might choose to go on a weekday in the future when possible.