Commercial Garbage Disposal Repair in Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh
Commercial Garbage Disposals are a critical piece of kitchen equipment. They dutifully chop up all types of food and reduce the likelihood of clogs in the plumbing system, and dispose of the variety of food waste generated by a commercial kitchen of any size. The way the disposals are used often make it difficult to succeed as an appliance. They sometimes feel like they can’t win. A large variety and volume of food is feed through them along with various restaurant flotsam (dishrags, contact lenses, straws, forks, fat is is a stone cold killer of disposals). Understandably, the disposal becomes emotionally discouraged and experiences one of the following issues and requires professional treatment.
Common issues requiring repairs on Commercial Garbage Disposals
- Leaks – Worn out seals allow waste and odors to escape, potentially causing health concerns or wet work areas.
- Jams – Excessive food or hard-to-grind items prohibit motion of the blades.
- Humming – The motor or impellor may be burned out.
- Nothing happens – The unit might need to be reset or connection needs to be checked.
- Won’t drain – The unit may not be chopping food properly and waste may have clogged the drain pipe.
- Waste Remains in the Disposal
- Odor from the garbage disposal
- Disposal will not turn off
Common Repairs on Commercial Garbage Disposals
- Replace Damaged Blades
- Replace Damaged Motor
- Free Clog or Jam in Drain or disposal
Most commercial garbage disposal repairs fall into three main categories. A leaking garbage disposal is generally caused by faulty seals that eventually wear out over time and potentially leave a foul odor behind. Those constant drips are a nuisance in your commercial kitchen or restaurant dish area and unfortunately, health inspectors will either want you to repair your leaky commercial garbage disposal or replace it.
Other common garbage disposal repairs are required when either the bearings or the motor wear out and the restaurant garbage disposal just hums or backs up into the other sink. Unfortunately, commercial garbage disposal repair costs are almost as expensive as commercial garbage disposal replacement. In most cases, operators end up spending way too much money to only buy themselves a few more years until their existing garbage disposal breaks down again and the whole process eventually is repeated.
Restaurants, long term care facilities, hospitals, schools and hotels in Chapel Hill, Durham and Raleigh need their disposals working and working quickly. We have experience working with most major disposal manufactures and can get your commercial disposal up and running in short order. We service all major brands of commercial garbage disposal, including Kenmore, Waste King, Whirlpool, Eastman, KitchenAid and Insinkerator. Our technicians are highly trained and have experienced in the repair and removal of all issues that can cause problems in the garbage disposal in your commercial kitchen or building.
The best way to keep your commercial garbage disposal in good repair is to have it professionally checked at least once a year. We’ll closely examine your commercial garbage disposal, and fix any problems before they have time to really develop. Regular maintenance can save you thousands of dollars in repair or replacement costs over the life of the disposal.
Give Boer Brothers Heating and Cooling a call at 919-929-9886 to set up a consultation.
Three Tips for Cleaning a Commercial Garbage Disposal
Need help cleaning your commercial garbage disposal? Over time, a commercial garbage disposal can acquire foul smells from the many foods moving through its blades. But, don’t fret, there are ways to remedy the stinky situation. Read on to learn the top three tips for cleaning a commercial garbage disposal, and get used to having a sweet-smelling kitchen:
Tip #1: Citrus is Calling Your Name
If you’re already peeling citrus, throw a few peels in your garbage disposal and run water as you grind the disposal. You’ll clean the blades in the process, and your disposal will emit a lovely citrus smell.
Tip #2: Lava It Up
Dump about 1/2 cup of baking soda in your garbage disposal. Trace that with about a cup of vinegar. Allow the mixture to foam and rise — much like a volcano for 5 to 10 minutes, and then flush it with hot water. You’ll clean and deodorize at the same time.
Tip #3: Ice, Ice, Baby
Throw a handful of ice cubes into your garbage disposal. Flip on the water, and let your disposal grind. You’ll dislodge foul-smelling food particles and give your disposal a fresh start. A commercial garbage disposal often is much more powerful than standard residential ones, but it’s always a good idea to grind ice in small amounts. You never want to overwhelm a unit.
Get Help Cleaning Your Commercial Garbage Disposal
If you’re having issues with your commercial garbage disposal, it may be time for you to get it serviced. Contact the Boer Brothers team today to learn more about how you can get a health checkup for you commercial garbage disposal. Our expert techs know your unit and can diagnose the problem quickly so that your kitchen never stops running. We’re ready to help you tackle the problem, so contact us today before you experience a clog that sets you back!
What Other Types of Equipment Does Boer Brothers Service?
Powered Braziers, Charcoal & Wood burning Broilers, Conveyor Broilers, Electric Broilers, Gas Broilers, Infrared Broilers, Booster Heater, Braising Pans, Proofer, Cheese Melters, Cook & Hold Cabinets, Holding Cabinets, Bar Coolers, Beverage Coolers, Milk Coolers, Reach-in Coolers, Walk-in Coolers, Wine Coolers, Choppers, Coffee Machines, Coffee Brewer, Coffee Maker, Drop-in Warmers, Espresso Machines, Food Processors, Undercounter Freezers, Reach-in Freezers, Soft Ice Cream Freezers, Soft Serve Ice Cream Machines, Walk-in Freezers, Open/Countertop Fryers, Electric Fryers, Gas Fryers, Pressure Fryers, Glass Washers, Griddles, Grills, Charbroilers, Coffee Grinders, Meat Grinders, Ventilation Hoods, Hot Dog Grills, Hot Dog Rollers, HVAC Systems, Heat Lamps, Ice Machines, Steam Kettles, Mixers, Pizza Ovens, Warmers, Oil Filtration System, Ovens, Oil Filter Systems, Combi Ovens, Deck Ovens, Dutch Ovens, Roasting Ovens, Biscuit Ovens, Combination Ovens, Convection Ovens, Conveyor Ovens, Cook & Hold Ovens, Rotisserie Ovens, Woodburning Ovens, Braising Pans, Cook Chill Systems, Convection Oven Ranges, Heavy Duty Ranges, Heated Reach-ins, Reach-in Refrigerators, Walk-in Refrigerators, Rice Cookers, Roasters, Rotisseries, Warming Drawers, Salamanders, Salamander Broilers, Skillets, Tilting Skillets, Slicers, Slush Machines, Warmers & Soup Kettles, Steam Cookers, Convection Steamers, Countertop Steamers, Hot Dog Steamers, Pressure Steamers, Steamers, Warming Cabinets, Tray Conveyors, Toasters, Conveyor Toasters, Drawer Warmers, Tray Washers, Conveyer Dishwashers, Conveyor Dishmachines, Dishwashers, Dish Machines, Warewashers, Conveyor Warewashers, Cutters, Waffle Bakers, Bread Slicers, Waffle Irons, Flight Warewashers, Pot & Pan Warewashers, Pot washers, Disposal, Waste Compactors, Waste Disposals, Undercounter Warewashers, Single Tank Warewashers, Pulpers, Trash Compactors and many more!
We Provide Commercial Kitchen Cooking Equipment Services the following Areas.
Raleigh and Surrounding Areas Providing Kitchen Cooking repair for Raleigh and surrounding areas.
In Durham County: Durham
In Orange County: Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Hillsborough
In Chatham County: Pittsboro
In Wake County: Apex, Cary, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightsdale, Morrisville, Raleigh, Wake Forest, Wendell, Willow Spring, Zebulon