Garbage Disposal Repair
We repair and service all brands and models of garbage disposals plumbing systems. If your garbage disposal doesn’t drain, the garbage disposal is leaking or you have any other problems, simply call our toll-free number, and we will take care of the rest, returning your garbage disposal to working order. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule an appointment for your garbage disposal repair. We will do our best to work with your busy schedule when we set up your garbage disposal repair appointment. Call us on our toll-free line for a convenient garbage disposal repair appointment.
You can email us for a garbage disposal repair appointment if you prefer. Please include your name, zip code, phone number, and a brief description of the garbage disposal problem in the email. As soon as we receive the email, we will contact you, so that we can schedule your garbage disposal appointment.
Our garbage disposal service areas cover the city and the nearby areas.
The information below will help you learn more about your garbage disposal system. This information will also help you use your garbage disposal utilities effectively and efficiently to save on utility bills while extending the life of your garbage disposal systems.
WARNING: Do not take chances with your safety. The following information is strictly for educational purposes. We certainly never recommend that you do get involved with garbage disposal repairs on your own. All garbage disposal-related repairs require professional training and experience with water, gas or electric systems. Undertaking such repairs can be very dangerous if you don’t have the appropriate training. For professional garbage disposal repair help call us 24/7.
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Another common method for freeing jammed impellers in disposers involves the use of a broom handle or similar tool. The broom handle is placed into the mouth of the disposer and lodged against one of the impeller blades. Then pressure is exerted on the blade as the handle is pried back to free the jam. The disposer should be turned off for all of these procedures, except for the use of a reversing switch.
If you face a situation where garbage disposal will not work. You turn on the switch and nothing happens. What would you do?
The first logical step to take is pushing the reset button that is located on the bottom of the disposer. Turn the disposer off and depress the reset button. Then turn the switch on and see if the disposer works. If it runs, test it several times to make sure it does not continue to trip the safety control.
What will you do if the disposer still fails to operate after using the reset button? Check to see if the impellers are jammed. For obvious reasons, never put your fingers or hands into the mouth of the disposer. Try turning the flywheel with a wrench or some long tool, like a broom handle. After rotating the flywheel, turn the disposer back on and see if it works.
If it is still dead, check the electrical panel to see if a fuse has blown or a circuit breaker has tripped. You’d be surprised how often this is the cause of the problem. Many homeowners, and commercial customers for that matter, never think to check their electrical panels before calling for help.
Garbage disposers do sometimes become smelly beyond normal comfort zones. When this happens, there is a simple way to beat the smells. Fill the disposer about two-thirds full with ice cubes and cut it on. Run cold water into the disposer to flush it out. After the ice cubes have been ground up, slice a lemon in half and put it in the disposer. Cut the disposer on and allow it to devour the lemon. This home remedy works on almost any type of tough odor coming from disposers.
For professional garbage disposal services call us 24/7.