Garbage Disposal Tacoma
Your garbage disposal can be a blessing; handling food and particulate matter with ease. When something goes wrong though, you need a plumbing contractor you can trust.
With an A+ rating from the BBB, the plumbers at West Coast Plumbing, Pumps & Filtration, LLC can perform any services needed for your garbage disposal in Tacoma.
Our plumbers are highly trained and experienced in handling all related problems on all makes and models.
Whether you’ve got an InSinkErator or a Waste King, a batch feed or a continuous feed disposal system, we can repair or replace your garbage disposal system.
Garbage Disposal Repair in Tacoma
You can suffer from a number of problems, but they don’t have to be permanent. With extensive garbage disposal servicing from West Coast Plumbing, Pumps & Filtration, LLC, Pumps & Filtration your disposal system won’t be down for long. A few common problems include:
Unresponsive Garbage Disposal – This is often due to electrical problems or overloaded disposal motors. Our plumber will determine if your unit can be repaired or if you need a replacement.
Garbage Disposal Clog – If your unit is clogged it is most likely because your drain has become clogged. Using a snake and other appropriate tools we should be able to clear your line without needing to replace your disposal.
Leaking Garbage Disposal If your system is leaking it may just be due to worn gaskets within the drain pipe or the sink. If the body of the unit is leaking it will need to be replaced. In the event this is required there are a number of factors to consider before we install a new disposal unit.
Garbage Disposal Installation in Tacoma
The units come in a number of shapes, sizes, and types. Here are the most important factors to consider when investing in a new system.
- Feed Type – There are pros and cons to both, but the basic difference is that continuous feed garbage disposals operate no matter how much food is in them, do not have a stopper over them, and run continuously while on.
- Batch feed – These garbage disposal units have a stopper that blocks things like spoons from falling into them. They only turn on when the waste chamber is full, and must be covered with the stopper before they will operate.
- Number of Grind Stages – The more grind stages you have the smaller the waste particles are before entering the drain. For those with septic systems, more stages may prove beneficial.
- Lesser Considerations – It may seem trivial, but the noise level can become an issue depending on where you live and the habits of others in your household. It’s also good to consider the size of the unit, how much waste your household produces for disposal, and warranty length.
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