Disposal Repair & Installation in Newnan

Garbage Disposal

The Evolution Excel® featuring Multigrind technology does what standard garbage disposers cannot, handles far more volume, and makes far less racket — a perfect solution for a wide variety of kitchens. With our installed garbage disposer in your kitchen, chicken bones, fruit rinds, coffee grounds and more can go right in the sink — where they’re virtually liquefied to safely flow into your sewage system or septic tank. You’ll enjoy a cleaner food preparation area, and less bagged garbage cluttering your home. Call Parker’s Plumbing for all your garbage disposal repairs or replacement

Is your Disposal Clogged or Not Working ?

All sorts of things can cause a clog in your disposal. Perhaps someone has dropped something in there that’s causing the problem? It could also be that your unit is simply overloaded.

The first thing a lot of people do is reach for the phone to call a plumber. However, if you follow a few simple safety steps, you could easily save yourself some money.

How to Un-Jam your Disposal

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Tips For Trouble-Free Operation

Don’t Put Fats, Oil and Grease

Down the Drain or in the Disposal. They solidify in the sewer and cause blockages and sewer overflows. Materials like bacon grease, oil and other fats should be poured into an empty metal can and be allowed to cool and solidify, then disposed of in the trash. If there is a small amount of oil or grease in your pan, wipe the pan out with a paper towel to remove the grease before washing.

Don’t Put Hard or Fibrous

Materials Down Your Disposal, They Will Possibly Clog Up The Drains Causing You More Expense!
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  • A List of Do's

    Do turn on a medium to strong cold water flow before you start using the appliance. Continue running the cold water for approximately 15 seconds after grinding has ceased in order to flush the drain line and the disposal free of food particles.

  • Blade Sharpening

    Do occasionally put a small amount of ice into the disposal to help clean the inside of the grinding area.

  • Preventive Maintenance

    Do consider having your kitchen drain line snaked approximately every two years as preventive maintenance. The disposal is only as good as the drain line serving it.