There are a few things to think about during Garbage Disposal Installation in Beverly Hills. Before you start, you might want to think about:
1. Battery or Back-up Sump Pump- do you need one? Sump Pumps should be considered a necessary part of Garbage Disposal Installation in Beverly Hills. Nevertheless, if you already have a sump pump, you might want to think about installing a 2nd back-up sump pump. If you intend to have a battery-backup sump pump, you will be prepared in case of a power outage.
2. Connection of Water Line- Your primary source of water might be from the house’s utilities. Suppose your utility is the first source of water. In that case, you will want to set up a U-shaped copper or cast iron pipe almost 18″. To fulfill city regulations in many areas, the pipe needs to be a minimum of 18″ maximum in depth when complete. The line will carry the disposer and water to the ground slope. Make sure that you have an appropriate slope on your location and do not have any issues with water running over the top of the drain fitting.
3. Suitable Disposal- Check with your local codes to know what dimension drainpipe line and fill your device will require. If your disposal is a combination of disposal and trash furnace, you will want to install two discharge lines. The cold one need to be hooked up to the external discharge, and the hotline needs to be installed on the plenum flange.
4. Levels- The cold line will be connected to the rough-in drainpipe. The hotline is going to be connected to the top of the disposal, and the cold outlet line along with the drainpipe line will be attached to the drainpipe installation. With a friend, you will then tape the drain lines to the plenum flange using duct tape.
5. Connecting the garbage disposal and the disposal water line to the house’s electrical system.
6. Securing the outside of the garbage disposal. This will require securing the old fast-food outlet. The garbage disposal is attached to the backside of the unit with 2 screws. The fast-food outlet will be on the right side.
7. Replacing the flange and cover plate. The plenum flange will have four screws, and the cover plate will have 2 screws.
8. Securing the outside of the disposal. Have your helper turn the water back on by turning the knob. Next, you will take off the container by loosening the nuts. The base will lift free.