The Garbage Disposal Repair and Installation Experts
Your garbage disposal is a useful tool in the kitchen, allowing you to grind down food waste and cut down on cleanup time. You might not realize just how valuable your garbage disposal is until the moment it quits working – usually right when you most need it. Garbage disposals are sturdy pieces of equipment, but when they break, you need the help of a professional who knows what he or she is doing in order to safely and securely repair or replace your garbage disposal. That’s why the next time you need garbage disposal repair and installation in La Mesa, you should call our staff at My Plumber CA.
We know how to quickly diagnose and fix your garbage disposal, allowing you to return to your normal routine in next to no time.
Waste King or Kitchenaid – We Service All Garbage Disposal Brands
- General Electric
Customer Service is Our Priority
At My Plumber CA, we value our customers and we make a point to demonstrate this to you with every transaction. Our technicians are honest, responsible, on-time, and friendly, making for a pleasant and seamless interaction whenever you request our services. We also offer same day service when you call us before noon, meaning we can easily handle your last-minute or surprise emergencies for all of your La Mesa plumbing needs.
Our La Mesa garbage disposal repair and installation technicians are:
- Experts in their field
Preventative Maintenance Can Prolong the Life of Your Garbage Disposal
Tips to keeping a healthy garbage disposal
- Don’t flush oils and fats. These can liquefy when mixed with hot water, and then solidify later on down the drain, causing a nasty blockage that requires professional care to remove. Instead, put oils and fats into a separate plastic container and dispose of them in the regular waste when they have solidified.
- Use running cold water when in use. This helps to flush food waste down the disposal, and also prevents fats and oils from liquefying. Additionally, hot water can cause rubber parts to wear out and crack.
- Don’t flush foods heavy in fiber or starch. Corn husks, celery, potatoes, and other starchy or fibrous foods easily get caught in the blade and gunk it up. Instead, put these items in the compost bin.
- Keep your disposal clean. Don’t use over the counter drain cleaning products – instead, use running water or a mixture of baking soda and vinegar to remove odors and clear up the drain.