Appliance Repair & Installation Promote Your Business
Appliance Repair & Installation
ProMatch
Directory
Cost Report
  More Services

Should a Garbage Disposal Be on Its Own Circuit?

Always
52%
In most cases
12%
In some cases
28%
Never
8%
Next Question
Question: Should a Garbage Disposal Be on Its Own Circuit?
Top Answer (52% of 25 votes): Always.

Answer: Always
Explanation: kitchen appliances need to be on a dedicate circuit of their own.
P A ELECTRICAL INC.
Answer: Always
Explanation: Garbage disposals draw lot of energy and if you have other items that are on while it is running, there is a good chance you will trip the circuit.
Relux Construction LLC
Answer: Always
Explanation: most disposals today require 12 to 15 amp circuit
GREEN ELECTRIC
ProMatcher
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: If the combined current exceeds the circuit rating than definitely!
Kitchen Remodeling Chicago
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Most I've seen are tied in with the dishwasher circuit.
John's Appliance Installations
Next Question
Find Local Pros
Free Residential Electrical Contractors Cost Estimates

Related Questions

How Much Is It to Install an Over-the-Range Microwave?

How Much Does Microwave Installation Cost?

Who Installs Gas Stoves?

How Much Does It Cost to Install Central Vacuum System?

How Much Does It Cost to Have a Dishwasher Installed?

Related Topics

Appliance Repair
Electric Appliance Installation
Gas Appliance Installation
Dishwasher Installation


Free Cost Estimates   |   Appliance Service Directory   |   Appliance Repair & Installation Cost Report   |   Free Business Listing



Home   |   Articles & Videos   |   Affiliates   |   Networking Groups   |   Search by Category   |   Professionals

Terms of Use   |   Privacy   |   About Us   |   Contact Us   |   Member Login

© 2003-2014 - VentureStreet, LLC

Join Our Business Network