Need help installing a new garbage disposal? Leave everything to us! Rudd Plumbing, Heating and Air offers quick, safe, and professional garbage disposal installation services throughout Lowcounty.
We are the local plumbing experts your neighbors trust to deliver quality solutions and a personalized experience. Our team will always take the time to understand your plumbing situation and explain what you can do to achieve greater plumbing efficiency and peace of mind.
We proudly offer our services throughout the Charleston, SC, area, including:
Since garbage disposal installation requires both plumbing and electrical knowledge, professional assistance is recommended. Our skilled and licensed plumbers at Rudd Plumbing, Heating and Air will go over the installation requirements and ensure that your new garbage disposal complements your plumbing and electrical system.
Older homes without an existing garbage disposal may need plumbing and electrical upgrades to safely accommodate a new disposal. For those with a septic system, it’s also crucial to make sure your new disposal is labeled septic safe.
We will discuss what needs to be done in order to ensure the safety of your home and the efficiency of your garbage disposal.
A garbage disposal makes cleaning up after meals much more convenient, since you won’t have to deal with any rotten food odors or unwanted pests getting into your trash.
But which type of garbage disposal should you buy? You have two options: continuous feed and batch feed systems.
Continuous feed garbage disposals are the most popular choice. They are typically installed in the majority of homes and are convenient to use. You simply drop food waste down the drain, turn on the switch, and you can keep putting waste in while the disposal is running.
For those who prioritize safety, we recommend looking into batch feed garbage disposals. These have a higher upfront cost, but they are safer to use since the drain will be covered while the disposal is running. As a result, you’ll be disposing of your waste in batches. This reduces the chance for accidents and offers a safer alternative to continuous feed systems.