I'm a new guy here.
So I'm in process of upgrading my sink and would like to install an air switch for my garbage disposal (GB).
As of right now, I have a regular flip switch that operates the GB. The problem is that the GB switch is towards the end of the kitchen counter (little too far), that's why I'm installing an air switch right next to the sink while I'm getting my kitchen sink upgraded. It would have been a piece of cake to wire up the air switch if I had an outlet under the sink. The three wires that are coming out of the cabinet are going straight into the GB. I'd like to install a 1 gang outlet underneath the sink to give power to the air switch. If I install an outlet using the GB wires, my family has to make sure that the main switch is always on so the outlet underneath the sink is always hot and that's why I'd like to remove the switch that operates GB completely out of the equation.
And the flip switch that operates GB right now, I'd like to convert it into an outlet so it's useful. Is this hard to do? I'm not completely new to electrical wiring but never done something like this before. I understand the community members may be uncomfortable in answering this question so they won't be held liable in any way but any answer would really help me.
Thank you in advance!