Garbage Disposal Installation in Paramus
Installing Your New Garbage Disposal
If this is your first time adding a garbage disposal to your kitchen, you will first need to make sure that your plumbing as well as your electrical system are disposal-ready. For properties that use a septic system, you will also need to ensure that your new garbage disposal is septic-safe.
When choosing your new garbage disposal, you also have the option to include additional upgrades and accessories, such as dishwasher drain connectors, baffles to help reduce noise and splashing, and push-button kits for more convenient operation.
Continuous Feed vs. Batch Feed Garbage Disposals
During your search for the right garbage disposal, you may have come across discussions regarding continuous feed and batch feed units. Our experts are happy to go over the different options available and help you select the perfect unit for your kitchen.
Most homeowners use continuous feed garbage disposals. These units come in many options and are more cost-effective compared to batch feed units. Continuous feed garbage disposals are easy to use, making them the best choice for larger households that have more food waste to dispose of on a daily basis.
If you are looking for a safer garbage disposal option, you may want to consider batch feed units. These will include a drain cover that needs to be in place before the disposal will operate. Homeowners who prioritize safety or who have small children may find batch feed garbage disposals to be the perfect solution.
Whether you choose continuous feed or batch feed units, our experts can help you determine the right motor size and make sure your new device meets your particular needs. We can supply you with a quality product, or install one of your choosing.
Tips for Maintaining Your Garbage Disposal
Regular maintenance is key to avoiding unexpected problems. Here are some easy tips to help you care for your garbage disposal: