Adding a New Garbage Disposal to Your Kitchen?
Before installing a new garbage disposal in your kitchen, we will need to make sure that your plumbing and electrical systems are disposal-ready. For example, if you don’t already have a grounded outlet, you will need to have one installed before we can connect your garbage disposal.
You may also want to consider adding upgrades that can provide greater convenience and efficiency, such as dishwasher drain connectors, push-button kits, and baffles. If you are on a septic system, we can also help you install garbage disposals that are designed to be septic safe.
Garbage Disposal Repair vs. Replacement
Selecting the Right Garbage Disposal for Your Home
If you’re in the market for a new garbage disposal, you might be deciding between a continuous feed or batch feed device. Our experts will help you navigate your options and make sure your new garbage disposal meets your home’s particular needs.
This is the most common and widely available option. Continuous feed garbage disposals are budget-friendly and simple to operate—you simply flip a switch and the device starts running. You can continue to drop in your leftover food waste while the device is on. This makes continuous feed devices the ideal choice for larger households with more food waste to throw out.