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Garbage Disposal History

We have come to depend on the garbage disposal as the workhorse of the kitchen. Invented in 1927 by John Hammes, the garbage disposal has remained fairly consistent in its design but has increased in use to the point of becoming a required appliance in just about every kitchen. The following guides will give you all the information you need to select and install new disposal, use your disposal properly, and even troubleshoot problems and make common repairs to your unit.
    - The Spruce

Call Quality Plumbing & Drains, Inc, for any issues you may have with your Garbage Disposal.. Garbage Disposal issues could stem from dropping a piece of silverware down the drain, which can weaken or even destroy the blade.  We install the best quality disposals in the industry.

Tip: 8 Things you should NEVER put down your Garbage Disposal
  • ​​​​​​​Bones, They will just keep spinning around and around with the blades
  • Celery, The fibrous strings tend to tangle around your disposals blade
  • Coffee Grounds, they are deceptive.  They appear to go down easy, but really they're going to pile up and cause a sludgy sediment mess in your drain
  • Egg Shells
  • Fruit Pits
  • Grease
  • Pasta
  • ​​​​​​​Potato Peels