We repair all brands/models Disposals in Carlsbad, San Diego such as In Sink
Disposals, Whirlpool Disposals, GE Disposals, Amana Disposals and
many more. (view the complete brands
list we work on). We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
and there is no extra charge for the weekend or night appointments.
Our service call is Free with the repair and all the work is guaranteed
for 1 year.
We serve all of Carlsbad, San Diego County. View the list of our service areas.
Rancho San Diego
Rancho Santa Fe
Cardiff by the Sea
Carmel Mountain Ranch
We repair all brands major garbage disposals
O'Keefe and Merritt
And many more Appliance that we repair in Carlsbad, San Diego brands view the full list
We have been in Appliance Repair business for eight years. For immediate Carlsbad, San Diego Disposal repair service
call us 24/7 out our toll free number:
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Just send us your name, a brief description of the Disposal problem
and your contact information.
A Guide to Buying a Garbage Disposal
A garbage disposal is the kitchen’s unsung hero. Effortlessly chomping up organic waste, it hardly garners a second thought (or much maintenance). What’s more, disposals help the environment by preventing bags of organic waste from being dumped into landfills. Whether you are ready to invest in your first garbage disposal or replacing one that has devoured its last broccoli stem, it’s important to invest in a quality disposal that won’t clog frequently or need constant repair. Today’s modern disposals are designed to last 8 to 15 years. Here’s what to consider before buying.
Horsepower. The standard garbage disposal will have 3/4 horsepower. Super strong models that can chop up even the toughest vegetable husks can have as much as 1 horsepower. Compact models, which save on under-the-sink space, are available, but don’t opt for one below 1/2 horsepower. It will likely get stuck regularly and need to be replaced in just a few years.
Continuous feed or batch feed. Typical continuous feed garbage disposals are turned on by a switch located near the kitchen sink. Batch-feed models work by inserting a stopper or rod-like key into the drain. Both styles equally grind up the food, but households with young children may prefer the batch feed as a way to prevent them from accidentally hitting the disposal switch.
Noise. Garbage disposals are like hungry monsters, they’re not very quiet. And under stainless steel sinks, they can be even louder if not insulated well. However, as a rule, the fatter the disposal, the quieter it runs. So opt for the fattest disposal that will fit properly under your sink. Or consider a model that includes an insulated outer shell or a sound baffle, which will reduce vibration and noise.
Features. Today’s disposals offer an array of special features to make the appliance even more effective and durable. Anti-jamming or auto-reverse models reduce the likelihood the disposal will get stuck by either having blades that regularly reverse direction or reverse as soon as a jam occurs. All stainless-steel parts, including grinding chamber, blades, impeller and sink flange, are less likely to corrode from the acid released by ground up food. Sink stoppers are required to operate batch-feed disposals, but they help prevent unwanted materials like forks and scrubber sponges from falling into continuous feed disposals too. Dishwasher connector features allow you to hook up the disposal to the dishwasher, so any large pieces of food that washes off your dishes will be shuttled to the disposal and chopped up.