Cooksville Heating Oil Delivery
Expect the BEST Cooksville Heating Oil Delivery from Tevis Energy!
Quality, Integrity, Response isn’t just a slogan, it’s the way Tevis has been doing business in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932! Because each and every employee believes and operates by these core values, Tevis Energy is truly unequaled in its ability to deliver quality heating oil to thousands of customers, next-day or sooner, at fair and honest prices!
Our Cooksville Heating Oil customers enjoy:
- Will-Call or Automatic Delivery
- Flexible Monthly Payment Options
- Referral Account Credits
- Anytime Account Access
- Loyalty Rewards Points (with Automatic Delivery)
- Peace of Mind Knowing You Can Trust in Tevis!
Great Heating Oil Service and Savings!
You don’t need to sacrifice great service for an affordable heating oil price! Tevis will be there when you need us, and you’ll get unmatched comfort, quality, and convenience at fair and affordable oil prices!
Meeting all of your expectations should be your heating oil provider’s main goal. However, often fuel oil providers decide to put profit ahead of people, leaving unhappy customers and empty heating oil tanks. At Tevis Energy, we practice a different philosophy—one of response, integrity and quality in every interaction we have with you. Experience the Tevis difference by visiting our website now.
Cooksville is not a town, but rather is designated as an “unincorporated community” in Howard County, Maryland. This essential means that Cooksville does not govern itself, but is instead governed by another municipal government nearby. Cooksville is just south-west of the Eldersburg and Sykesville area, meaning that residents of Cooksville have pretty easy access to the recreational activities associated with Piney Run Park and the Liberty Reservoir. Cooksville is also near the Glenwood area, north of Western Regional Park and Cattail Creek Country Club. It seems that the population of Cooksville has a lot of access to outdoor recreation! However, the closest pin-point to Cooksville is at the intersection of U.S. route 97, U.S. Route 40 and Interstate 70. Maryland Route 144 is also very close to Cooksville, running parallel to Interstate 70 and Route 40 at the intersection. Cooksville can be described as a highly residential area with some commercial activity to provide for nearby families and passing travelers on Interstate 70 or U.S. Route 97. Some prominent locations that build Cooksville’s unique character include Sun Nurseries, Glenwood Country Day School, Howard Soil Conservation District, Bushy Park Community Cemetery, Tipsy Wicks Candle Company and Misty Meadow Stables.
Cooksville gained its name from Thomas Cook, who settled the area in 1802. While only about 630 people live there now, there were even less when the only popular business in town was the Joshua Roberts Tavern, seated at the crossroads. Cooksville also has a history intertwined with the Civil War. J. E. B. Stuart, a confederate general, led 5,000 soldiers through the small community on their way to Westminster, Maryland.