Garbage Disposal Repair in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point

Note: Disposals are actually considered disposers.

Garbage disposals are built to process little amounts of food, plates, and waste that accumulate in the sink’s drain.

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Choosing a Garbage Disposal

Cleaners and dish soaps that go down the drain will rust galvanized steel quickly. Corrosion won’t happen in the case of stainless steel disposal.

Garbage disposals are available in 1/3 horsepower, 1/2 horsepower, 3/4 horsepower, and 1 horsepower in a residential setting. You’ll want plenty of strength to finely grind waste so it can flow down the drain without issue. If you just intend on using the garbage disposal once or twice a week, 3/4 hp or 1/2 hp should sufficient. To use your garbage disposal several times a day, you need nothing less than 1 hp.

Garbage disposals come with a variety of warranties, so be sure to check the specifications before purchasing.

Garbage Disposal Do’s & Don’ts


Ice cubes can be used to remove rust and residue from the blades by running them through your garbage disposal. Bio Smart is a bacterial agent that should be used once a month to eliminate odors, scum, and grease build-up. Coldwater should be used in your garbage disposer. The grease is solidified, allowing your garbage disposer to operate more effectively.

As stated previously, before you buy anything, check its warranty.


Garbage disposals are not to be used as trash cans; only biodegradable food scraps should go into them. Non-food items can damage both blades and the motor.

Garbage disposals are built to handle the scraps rinsed off plates and utensils or escapes while draining a pot. It’s not a good idea to throw all of the potato peelings from your family supper down the drain. Leftover starchy foods like as rice, potatoes, or pasta can build up a glue-like substance that can clog your drain. Garlic skin, celery leaves, and other fibrous veggies might get knotted together and jam your garbage disposal’s motor.

Disposing of ruminant bones and splintery chicken bones is not a good idea. don’t put grease, oil, or fat down the drain. Although some fats are less harmful than others, they all have the potential to clog drains over time. If you detect a problem with your garbage disposal, contact us right away. We’ll do an investigation to see whether it’s just jammed or plugged and ensure that there isn’t a more serious issue on the horizon.

Are you ready for the new garbage disposal? We’ve hand-picked a line that you’ll be satisfied with, in part due to the power of the warranties behind them,