Garbage Disposal Installations
Right now we are offering an installation service that includes a garbage disposal unit for only $339!
Included in this deal will be the installation, 1/2 horsepower garbage disposal with a continuous feed, any removal and proper disposal of the unit, a test run of the new install, and clean up!
Installation Only Services
Did you just purchase a brand new garbage disposal, but you still need help getting it installed properly? Get our installation only service for only $189!
These days garbage disposal units are no longer made as one size fits all. At Green Panda Homes we know that every family has specific needs and we want to make sure that you have the absolute best solution for your family.
Did you know...
That garbage disposals come in different motor sizes?
The higher the motor size, the more power a disposal unit will have, which also equals a higher grinding strength.
Investing in a strong garbage disposal is important because the larger motor sizes help units operate better by jamming less frequently and breaks food down into finer pieces. We recommend that families purchase a unit with, at least, 1/2 HP to maximize the efficiency and quality of their kitchen experience.
As a general rule of thumb, you always should start off with a 1/2 HP for a family of 4 or less and for a family of 5 or more start looking into 3/4 HP. The absolute best HP you can buy for your family is an HP of 1.
Outlets for Garbage Disposals
Were you recently in the market for a new garbage disposal only to find out that your current disposal system is hardwired directly into a circuit? Don't hesitate, call Green Panda Homes and we'll install a GFCI outlet right beneath your sink.
Why do I need a GFCI outlet?
GFCI outlets keep homes safe.
GFCI's reduce the risk of injury from severe electrical shock, especially when around the presence of water. This is possible because it contains a sensor that examines the flow of electricity through the wires and when a change in current occurs it shuts off the flow of electricity in the outlet. A regular outlet cannot do this.
Most garbage disposals typically need to be plugged into a 120-volt GFCI (ground-fault circuit interrupter). It is advised that any outlet that is within 6 feet of water sources like sinks, washing machines, showers, etc should be installed as a GFCI outlet.