A garbage disposal is a machine that is primarily used to shred food waste into super small pieces that won’t clog pipes. It’s smart to run your disposal regularly and to keep it clean. And it’s important to always run your disposal with running cold water, which solidifies any grease or oils so they can be grounded too.
If your garbage disposer stops working, you might wonder if you need to replace it. On average, your garbage disposal should last you a good number of years before the blades will wear down or the motor burns out. Depending on when you installed it, modern garbage disposals are much more long-lasting than older ones, however, a garbage disposal typically lasts anywhere from 8 – 12 years.
5 Indications Letting You Know It May Be Time For A Disposal Replacement:
Garbage disposal installation can be a lengthy and messy process. Many homeowners lack the tools to properly remove and replace a disposal. If you don’t know how to install a garbage disposal unit properly, you could end up with leaks or even increase the risk for electrical shock.
Quick-Flo Plumbing & Rooter will take the stress out of replacing your kitchen’s garbage disposal. Our certified technicians will carefully remove your old disposal unit and replace it with a brand-new one in less time than you might expect.
We provide installation services for nearly every major disposal model and brand, including In-Sink-Erator, Badger 5, and Waste King disposals. Our certified technicians carry the parts necessary to make sure your disposal seats properly beneath your sink, reducing the potential for leaks.
Remember, we even offer emergency services 24 hours a day and never charge extra for weekends or holidays. So, call now 323-610-2812 to speak to one of our friendly representatives and schedule your appointment today for a FREE estimate on Garbage Disposal Installation or Repair!
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