A bathtub with black grime in it due to backflow in Waldorf.

Understanding the Basics: What is Backflow and Why is it a Concern?

Backflow is a plumbing phenomenon that poses significant risks to public health and water supply systems. It occurs when the flow of water reverses direction, allowing contaminants to enter the potable water supply. For 30 years, Genevie Plumbing has helped ensure Waldorf residents’ water flows in one direction. We proudly offer Waldorf backflow prevention and

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A person’s hands replacing a water heater in a Waldorf home.

The Signs Your Water Heater Needs Replacement

Water heaters do exactly what it sounds like.  They work by taking cold water from a water supply and warming it up with a gas burner or electric heating rods. However, its importance typically goes unnoticed until you’re left with icy cold water to shower or clean your dishes with. But there are some warning

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A person peeling vegetables in a white sink in Waldorf.

The Ultimate Guide to Garbage Disposal Maintenance

A Southern Maryland home’s garbage disposal is a workhorse in the kitchen, efficiently disposing of food waste and contributing to a cleaner home environment. To ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your garbage disposal, it’s essential to adopt regular maintenance practices. At Genevie Plumbing, we offer complete garbage maintenance services, including installation and replacement.

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Water leaking out of a white pipe in a bathroom in Waldorf.

Early Signs of Bathroom Leaks You Shouldn’t Ignore

A home’s bathroom is one of its most vital components. After all, we spend every day there, running faucets, flushing toilets, drawing nice hot baths. Where there’s water, there’s sure to be leaks lurking by. But how do you know there’s a leak before it turns into a bigger problem that only expert plumbers can

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Water leaking out of a silver pipe in Waldorf.

The Hidden Dangers of Kitchen Leaks: Protecting Your Home and Health

In the bustling heart of your home, the kitchen is a place of culinary creativity and family gatherings. But lurking beneath the surface of this lively space, an often overlooked danger can be found: kitchen leaks. Whether it’s a dripping faucet, a faulty dishwasher connection, or a hidden pipe leak, these seemingly innocent water intrusions

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