This garbage disposer is the perfect match for any small household.
When choosing the right garbage disposer suitable for your needs, I am here to help. Let’s look at the Kitchen Aid KCDB250G. As usual, I am honest, so please bear with me!
I’ll be honest to say that this one is not the best one out there. It is quite good, but some things worry me. Let’s take a look:
Price: This model is not too expensive, so one can’t expect too much from it either.
Installation: You can do the installation yourself, but read the instructions carefully, or download a video from the internet with step by step instructions.
Noise: As noise is a big concern for many, this machine is one of the quiet ones on the market.
Safety: This model has built-in safety mechanisms, so the machine will stop if you try to put too much waste in at one time.
Appearance: One unique characteristic from this machine is that you can choose the stopper and flange to match the color of your sink. This is great, isn’t it?
Long lasting: The teeth and grinding chamber are made from galvanized steel, so they are pretty much rust resistant.
Warranty: This model only has a warranty for a year. Most people are not pleased with the fact that their machines only last a few months after the warranty was over.
Grinding ability: One would expect that any garbage disposal unit will be able to take care or fruit and potato peels. Well, this machine even has trouble doing that! Not very good, right?
Parts: Depending on where you live, you may find it hard to get parts that need replacing. So you will then have to get a completely new model.
A single person, or a couple without kids may find this model sufficient. But large households with heaps of waste, will not be satisfied by the KCDB250G at all. Rather opt for the Waste King L-3300.