Garbage disposals are the handiest piece of appliance you can have in your home. Unlike most other appliances, garbage disposals are not meant for only luxury or convenience, but for hygiene purposes as well. Having a garbage disposal system at home solves a lot of issues at once, and also makes your everyday work a lot easier than before. In-sink garbage disposals are the most commonly used one nowadays, and also the most useful. They have a flat plate with small, rotating steel mashers which when switched on force the remaining food particles out of the spinning flat plate. There is also an inner disposal wall which has teeth to grind the food to finer particles, making it easy to swipe.
The in-sink garbage disposals are great to have, as there is no more worry about chunks of food blocking the drain while constantly washing dishes and plates. Cleaning up becomes a hassle-free job as well.
Common types of garbage disposals
– Continuous feed garbage disposals are the more common one, and are easiest to use. All you need to do is turning it on and off with a small switch while operating and the device will do its job on its own. But it is not as safe and advanced as the second type.
– Batch feed garbage disposals need a stopper lid near the mouth to activate the device. This stops the machine from turning on when something is inside the unit other than minute food particles, thus preventing sudden accidents and mishaps.
Cost of garbage disposals
Batch feed garbage disposals cost more than continuous feed ones, as they are safer and technologically advanced. The exact amount can be told only by a plumbing professional or a garbage disposal servicing official, whom you should appoint to get the job done.