Garbage Disposal Repair & Garbage Disposal ServiceDenver, CO & Aurora, CO
Professional Garbage Disposal Repair & Service
Family owned and operated since 1999, Done Plumbing & Heating remains dedicated to excellence. We uphold our reputation for honesty, convenience, and affordability in every way possible. Along with a two-hour ETA window, we’ll follow up with a courtesy call when your uniformed technician has been dispatched. Our fully licensed, certified, and insured professionals respect your home, and are prepared with an extensive range of technology, tools, replacement parts, and top-of-the-line products, ensuring the right solution to any challenge. Done Plumbing & Heating offers a full range of garbage disposal and plumbing services throughout Aurora, CO and Denver, CO.
If your garbage disposal isn’t working, you may be able to fix it yourself and save some money. But before we talk about it, let me remind you that you should never place your hand or any other object into the opening up the disposal.
If the disposal suddenly stops working, and has no sign of life, wait a few minutes and let it cool down. Most units have a reset button; usually red, on the underside. Press and release that button. Run cold water, and try turning the disposal on again. Also check to make sure the disposal is plugged in.
What if your disposal hums but won’t turn?
To be safe:
First, turn off the power at the breaker. Now, see if your disposal has a hole on the bottom designed to accept an Allen wrench. Most of them do. Insert the proper size wrench, and try turning both left and right to loosen whatever is causing the jam. Make sure the allen wrenches are removed from the slot. Turn the power back on. run cold water and see if the disposal works.
If not, Done Plumbing & Heating is just a phone call away 24 hours a day.
We proudly serve the needs of the Metro Denver area including:
- Castle Rock
- Highlands Ranch
Let’s be honest: Nobody thinks about their plumbing and heating until there’s a problem.
What most people don’t realize is that most of those problems can be anticipated and often avoided with regular maintenance – usually at a far lower cost than a repair or replacement.