Garbage Disposal Repair & Installation in Tracy CA
A garbage disposal problem can really lead to a messy situation, especially if it gets clogged or stop working right in the middle of cleaning up after a big meal. There are several reasons your garbage disposal may not be working, some of them will require a quick fix while others might need a full garbage disposal replacement.
Time to Call a Licensed Plumber?
If you have already tried to fix the problem yourself and have exhausted the simple fixes like the reset button and power cycling, then it’s time to call in the professionals. Our garbage disposal repair team can pinpoint the cause of your issue and have it repaired in under an hour. If it will take longer than an hour to repair, it’s actually cheaper to buy a new unit and have a professional garbage disposal installation service instead.
Our professional plumbing technicians are highly trained and knowledgeable when it comes to the installation of garbage disposals. We’ll have a new one installed in a jiffy. Our team is ready and proud to serve you in these following locations, ranging from Modesto, Manteca, Lathrop and more.
We Can Service 100% of Your Garbage Disposal Needs
- Obstructions & clogs
- Mechanical failures
- Noise issues
- New disposal selection & pickup
- Old disposal removal
In the Market for a New Garbage Disposal?
Before you go out and buy a new garbage disposal you should talk to a licensed plumber. There are several things to consider when purchasing a new disposal unit including the horsepower, special features and if you are using it with a septic system. Give us a call before you buy.
Garbage Disposal Maintenance Tips
- Always flush the system for at least 15 seconds after using the garbage disposal. This will clear out debris that can sit in the drain line and ferment and smell.
- Never put metal, plastic, or glass down your disposal. These items can damage the cutting blades and reduce the efficiency of your system. The garbage disposal is for fooditems only.
- If you are trying to retrieve a jammed item from the interior of your disposal, use pliers or tong to grab it. Don’t put your fingers in the disposal for any reason unless you have protective gloves. Also, make sure the power is off so the disposal doesn’t get turned on while you are working on it.