The InSinkErator Company invented the Insinkerator garbage disposal in 1927 and is the leading garbage disposal manufacturer in the industry to this day. InSinkErator makes many different lines of disposals and maintains approximately sixty present market share in the industry. They make one line geared towards hardware and big box stores for residential use. There also is a heavier duty line, which St Paul Pipeworks uses, that is geared for use by plumbing contractors.

There are three factors our plumbers want you to consider when deciding garbage disposal to purchase:

  1. The first is horsepower, or how much grinding strength the disposal has.
  2. The second is the volume, or how much noise the disposal makes during use, and decreased noise level depends on how much insulation is used when making the disposal.
  3. The last factor to consider is what materials are used to make the disposal. In the better-quality models, the grinding chambers are made from stainless steel, so they are less likely to rust and rot out.

A list of garbage disposals with their specifications

In the InSinkErator models the better the quality disposal you purchase, the guarantee length increases because they are likely to last much longer. Your garbage disposal may seem like a trivial item, but it is an appliance that is both useful and beneficial in the home. When buying any other new appliance for your home, you consider the characteristics and the level of quality to purchase, and St Paul Pipeworks considers this true of buying a new garbage disposal as well.

St Paul Pipeworks professional plumbers are the experts in Minneapolis and St Paul with fixing all types of garbage disposals.  Over the years our plumbing team has seen everything you could think of inside a clogged garbage disposal. If you are having a problem with your garbage disposal, or are just looking for a quality plumber in the St. Paul and Minneapolis metro area, give St Paul Pipeworks a call today.

Yours Truly,
Matthew Dettwiler
Social Media Manager

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