Grind stages are also an important consideration. The more grind stages, the finer the food particles will become.
A garbage disposal may seem like a luxury for some; however, once you have experienced the convenience of this handy plumbing fixture, you will wonder what you ever did without it. Installing a disposal is a quick, easy and relatively inexpensive job for a qualified plumbing professional.
The first thing to consider when selecting a garbage disposal is whether you want a continuous or batch feed model. While most people select a continuous feed, the batch feed option can be safer to use.
Grind stages are also an important consideration. The more grind stages, the finer the food particles will become. This can be easier on your plumbing system but also can be more expensive. Noise level is also something customers are typically concerned about. The level of insulation built into the food disposal will have a direct impact on how noisy it is during operation.
Once your garbage disposal is installed there are several things you should keep in mind to ensure that it runs efficiently.
If you think a garbage disposal may be for you or need assistance repairing your current garbage disposal, contact the experts at JTM Plumbing.
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