Heating Oil Brookeville, MD – 20833
We proudly deliver heating oil to homes and businesses in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford & Howard Counties. We also deliver to a few towns in southern Carroll County and parts of Baltimore City.
We are a small heating oil company doing big things! We pride ourselves on running an efficient operation, thus keeping the costs to our customers to a minimum. Here at Husky, we genuinely care about our customers; we get to know your family and that helps us to fully understand your fuel oil needs. Husky welcomes your questions or comments at any time!
We look forward to having you as a Husky Heating Oil customer!
We deliver to these towns in Maryland:
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Brookeville, MD is a vibrant Washington, D.C. suburb located just north of the Nation’s Capital and Olney. While the town is beloved for its community feel and rich history, residents must endure winters filled with snow, ice and sleet. If you are a Brookeville, MD homeowner looking for a more affordable way to heat your home, you can rely on Husky Heating Oil.
Brookeville, MD was first settled in the late 18th century by Quakers. Richard Thomas and Deborah Brooke were the town’s founders, and the land was initially the property of Deborah’s father, Roger Brooke. Roger’s father, James Brooke, was the largest landholder in Montgomery County at the time. When the couple built the town, they also added a mill on the Reddy Branch. In the early 1800s, Caleb Bentley opened a post office and general store, becoming the first postmaster.
The town was a popular hub for the bustling agricultural industry in the greater Washington, D.C. area. In the 19th century, the town boasted a school, post office, blacksmith, numerous mills, two churches and a variety of shops. Newlin’s Mill ground limestone and produced castor oil. In 1849, a wealthy Brookeville farmer paid to create a toll road spanning from Brookeville into the Washington, D.C. markets. This toll road was eventually sold to the State of Maryland and became what we know as Georgia Avenue.
During the War of 1812, the British troops burned portions of Washington, D.C. and troops were forced to flee the area. President James Madison eventually arrived in Brookeville on horseback, where he stayed for the night in the home of Caleb Bentley. After the war, the town continued to grow and remain a vital part of history. Today, Brookeville remains a popular destination for families looking to enjoy the amenities of Washington, D.C. with the feel of a more suburban area.
Are you a Brookeville, MD homeowner searching for a more cost-effective way to keep your family comfortable during the cold Maryland winters every year? Huskey Heating Oil can help. We take pride in offering high-quality heating oil backed up with excellent customer service and competitive pricing. To learn more about our services or schedule your delivery, call Husky Heating Oil at (410) 415-9499.