Garbage Disposal Installation in Norman, Moore, and OKC
Need to replace your garbage disposal? Get your new device professionally installed with help from our experts. Call (405) 352-7045 to schedule immediate service in Norman, Moore, or surrounding areas in OKC.
If your garbage disposal is experiencing problems, you may be wondering whether repair or replacement is needed. Let our team help you make the right decision. We will inspect your current device and recommend the most cost-effective option.
Legacy 4 Plumbing, Inc. provides professional garbage disposal repair and replacement services for homeowners throughout Norman, Moore and the OKC Metro. Give us a call and start enjoying the convenience and benefits of a new, efficient garbage disposal.
Should You Repair or Replace Your Garbage Disposal?
We make every effort to provide repairs whenever possible. Devices that are still under warranty can likely be repaired. However, older units that begin to exhibit problems may need to be replaced. Repairing an old, inefficient garbage disposal isn’t likely to prevent further problems and breakdowns; in this case, replacing your device is the most cost-effective option.
Signs it’s time to have your garbage disposal repaired or replaced:
Selecting the Right Type of Garbage Disposal
If you’re in the market for a new garbage disposal, there are two types of devices to choose from: continuous feed and batch feed. Both offer different advantages depending on your particular needs and preferences.
Your current garbage disposal is likely continuous feed. This is the most popular choice among homeowners. Continuous feed devices are easy to use and ideal for households with a large amount of food waste to dispose on a daily basis. These devices run “continuously” as long as the switch is on, allowing you to drop in as much as you need.
If you prefer a convenient, budget-friendly device, we recommend continuous feed garbage disposals.
Batch feed devices are less commonly used. They require additional steps to run. The device will only turn on when the dedicated stopper is fitted over the drain. As a result, your scraps are disposed of in “batches.” Once the stopper is on and the unit is running, you won’t be able to drop any more food waste down the drain.
Families with small children may find batch feed devices safer. You may also want to consider this device if you don’t have that much food waste to grind every day. One thing to keep in mind, though, is that batch feed garbage disposals have a higher upfront cost than continuous feed devices. However, if safety is your priority, batch feed devices are worth the investment.
The experts at Legacy 4 Plumbing, Inc. can help you select the right system. We provide quality products from trusted brands and will make sure your new device is safely installed.
Serving the Oklahoma City Metro Area
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