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We’ve all had it happen. Someone puts something they shouldn’t have down the garbage disposal and it’s time to call the plumber. Well, you’re at the right place! Whether your disposal needs to be repaired or replaced, our team of expert plumbers is here to help. We carry a range of Insinkerator garbage disposals that you can always trust to get the job done. Insinkerator is the only garbage disposal that is made in the USA from 80% domestic product. From repairs to replacements and installations, we’ve got all your garbage disposal needs covered. Contact Us For Expert, Local & Trusted Plumbing Technicians are Ready to Help Available 24/7

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Mark Hansen
Mark Hansen
13:37 31 Aug 20
We are new to the Plymouth area and had a sewer back up in our house we had only owned 1 week. We called and were told someone would be there in the afternoon. Then we were called and told around noon. Then we were called and told someone would be there in a half hour. Thanks so much for rushing someone over to remedy our issue. Great communication!!!
tom boer
tom boer
00:26 20 Apr 20
My sump pump broke before a major rain storm coming on a weekend....they were great! ….they responded on a Saturday...explained the situation and options on site...and they installed a new sump pump immediately...I strongly recommend them!!! ... I will definitely use them again!!!....as they were very responsive, professional and very effective in getting the job done in an emergency situation!
Craig Waas
Craig Waas
17:03 28 Jan 20
When I hear Plymouth Plumbing and Heating, I think Family! They are always there for you and have your back when you need them. I was doing a remodel and lets just say it was bigger than a bread box....and Plymouth Plumbing and Heating was there every step of the way! Jamey was the mastermind in the trenches getting things done, but the whole team was there supporting me. When there was a "bump" in the remodel I could call or text and knew it would be handled. Never had to worry when will it get done. Boom Done!I HIGHLY RECOMMEND Plymouth Plumbing and Heating for ALL your plumbing needs!
Christina Hembel
Christina Hembel
17:56 21 Jan 20
I would definitely go back to, and refer others to Plymouth Plumbing & Heating. I have used there services on several occasions. They are prompt and efficient. Definitely the place to go for plumbing needs.
James Goldbeck
James Goldbeck
14:18 21 Jan 20
Jack and the team at PPH have done a wonderful job on our apartment building heating issue. We had another water heating company out here who could not solve the problem. PPH figured it out and fixed it within 2 hours. Thank you PPH!
Jeffrey Johnson
Jeffrey Johnson
17:57 02 Nov 19
Very helpful , unfortunately I was looking to replace a 40 year old part .
Nick Deering
Nick Deering
16:58 12 Oct 19
We were having trouble with our boiler on a Saturday and Adam was out to our house within an hour. Great service, definitely recommend.
Ann Aswegan
Ann Aswegan
02:22 14 Aug 19
We live near Lake Michigan in an older home without a basement and for many years we have experienced problems of water accumulating in the crawlspace area under our main floor. We’ve asked several contractors and plumbers in our area to assess the situation, but none of them have offered any viable solutions. I decided to widen my search for answers and was drawn to the Plymouth Plumbing website. I called them and was able to set up an appointment a couple of days later for a free estimate. About 30 minutes before the plumber was due to arrive, I received a call from his office letting me know that he was running about 45 minutes late. The receptionist asked if I would be willing to wait or prefer to reschedule. I suggested 4 pm that afternoon and he arrived right on time. Jack Dellger is the third generation owner of a family business and has had a lot of experience with these water-related issues. He listened carefully to my questions, checked out the crawlspace, and then walked around the perimeter of the house pointing out where and how water could seep under the house when it rains. He gave me several suggestions about how to change the slope of the land so rain water would drain away from the house; where to seal up the wide cracks between our cement front stoop and the base of the adjacent siding; how to improve on the existing gutters, and where we needed to add additional ones. When I asked him for some recommendations of whom he trusted to do those jobs, he not only provided me with names, but offered to call them for me and see how soon they would be available to come and give us an estimate for the necessary improvements. Although he declined my offer to pay him for his consultation, he said that the next time we had any plumbing problems, he hoped we would give him a call. I enjoyed meeting Jack and appreciated the way he clearly explained everything. We will definitely contact Plymouth Plumbing and Heating for any plumbing issues that we may encounter in the future.
Rebecca Rose
Rebecca Rose
01:40 20 Jul 19
Updated Review: we got the bill and it was about $200 more than we were anticipating. I get that it was a weekend, but almost $600 to clean a main drain? Not happy about that! I wonder how much of that includes the 20 minutes the plumber spent messing around with the auger that was put away wrong from the last service, his words, while he was cursing the last person who used it, under his breath, 🙄Original review: We experienced an unexpected plumbing issue arise during the 4th of July weekend. We called Plymouth Plumbing and Heating, as well as about 10 other companies, on a Sunday of a holiday weekend. They WERE THE ONLY ONE to call us back and send a plumber out! Not all websites that say "24/7 emergency calls" actually mean it, because no one else was able to send a guy out on a Sunday.Thank you for your prompt response. We will call you again and would recommend you to others for a prompt and efficent experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you know when your garbage disposal is clogged?

Uh-oh. You accidentally tossed some left-over food down the sink, and now when you flip the switch on your garbage disposal, all you hear is low humming. When the motor hums instead of grinds, is overly noisy or runs in fits and halts -- you have clogged garbage disposal.

First, turn your garbage disposal off. Don't continue to run it when it's jammed, this will simply burn out the motor. If you are unable to get the disposal unclogged, it's time to call a plumber. Whether your disposal needs to be repaired or replaced, Plymouth Plumbing and Heating has a team of experts ready to help. We carry a range of Insinkerator garbage disposals you can trust to get the job done. We offer repairs, replacements, and installations. If it's an emergency repair, our Plumbing Technicians are ready 24/7 to help!

What should I do if my garbage disposal gets clogged?
  1. Unplug the garbage disposal. You never want to operate on a drain if the power is still on.
  2. Clean with natural cleaners (baking soda and vinegar) or Drano. Allow the cleaner to fizz in the drain before washing it down with scalding hot water.
  3. Run water to clear the clog.
  4. If necessary, repeat.
  5. If the clog remains, grab a flashlight and peer down the drain. There may be a utensil stuck in there that you can pluck out.
  6. If a problem still remains, you can vigorously plunge with a plunger. Just make sure you fill the sink enough so that water covers the plunger.
  7. Jam still not dissipated? It’s time to call a plumber. Our professionals are here to help with garbage disposal repairs, installations or replacements.
Why does my garbage disposal leak?
  • Leaking from the top? Most likely it is a corroded or loosened sink flange. This is the seal that connects the disposal to your sink. Your disposal needs to be resealed.
  • Leaking from the Bottom? The culprit could be broken seals inside the disposal. Internal seals wear out with use, so it's time to get a new garbage disposal.
  • Leaking from the side? A common problem is drain line leaks. These are connected to the sides of your garbage disposal. The small pipe connects the disposal to the dishwasher. The larger pipe connects the disposal to the sewer. You need to tighten and reseal these connections.

If you are experiencing a leak you can't fix, call our plumbers today for garbage disposal repair. We'll fix you right up.

Can you run your dishwasher if your garbage disposal is broken?

The dishwasher wastewater is typically connected to the garbage disposal through a small hose. If your broken disposal only affects the motor blades, it will not affect your dishwater drain and discharge. So, it’s safe to use.

What should not be put down a garbage disposal?
  1. Coffee Grounds
    You may love your morning cup of joe, but your garbage disposal certainly does not. Although grounds appear finely milled, they are dense and turn paste-like when removed from the filter. This is a surefire way to clog your drain.
  2. Pasta, Rice, and Bread
    These delicious foods all absorb water and expand, making them easy culprits for drain clog. A little bit of leftover ravioli is probably nothing to worry about, but don't make it a habit.
  3. Animal Bones
    Bones are too difficult and tough to grind. One chicken bone won't cause too much trouble, but a bunch of bones can damage your blades.
  4. Nuts and Shells
    Nuts and shells also can cause damage. Your grinder is simply not built for this type of food.
  5. Pits and Seeds
    They are small and hard, not ideal for disposal. Rule of Thumb: If you can't cut it with a knife, throw it in the trash.
  6. Onion Layers
    Seems harmless right? Who hasn't tossed some chopped onions down the drain? But the outermost membrane layer can fly past the blades and become a catchall to trap other foods in your drain.
  7. Egg Shells
    Contrary to popular belief, eggshells do not help sharpen the blades of your garbage disposal! Their membranes can also obstruct the grinder. Best to just throw shells in the trash.
  8. Stringy Fruits and Vegetables
    The fibrous strands may be good for your health but they are bad for your grinder. Many fruits and veggies have strands that can entangle around your disposal's grinder. If you want to get rid of banana peels, celery, corn husks or rhubarb, toss it in the trash.
  9. Potato Peels
    You don't want mash potatoes clogging up your drain, or potato peels catching in the drain. Avoid starchy beans and vegetables as well. Prime suspects for major blocks.
  10. Grease, Oil, and Fat
    Just because they are liquid, does not mean they stay liquid. Grease, oil, and fat can congeal in your pipes causing a blockage. After cooking, let your oils cool, then toss them in the trash.
  11. Non-Food Materials
    This should be obvious. If it isn't biodegradable food, it should not be thrown down your drain. Paper towels, plastic wrappers, tissues all can lead to major plumbing problems.