Our garbage disposal repair experts will quickly make the right diagnosis and then educate you on the best route forward. Some repairs are an obvious decision, but others may not be not so clear. For example, if a leak is coming from a drain connection, a repair is quick and inexpensive. But if the body of the unit is leaking it may be better to replace the whole.
Depending on the exact problem and the condition of your disposal a new garbage disposal installation may be the best route forward. We’ll help you choose the proper size (HP, or horsepower) based on the size of your family. Sufficient power means a longer life with fewer repairs.
TIP: Here’s a perhaps discouragingly long list of things that should not be put down a garbage disposal: bones, coffee grounds, fat, fruit pits, grease, seeds, and stringy foods such as potato skins and celery. These various items tend to cause clogs, extra wear, and/or jams.