Mount Airy, Frederick County, MD – 21771
Heating Oil Delivery
Tevis Energy has been delivering heating oil next day or sooner to homes and businesses in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932. Family owned and locally operated, we take pride our longstanding reputation for outstanding customer service and superior fuel quality. All of which is delivered to you for a fair price.
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You can find the exquisite town of Mount Airy, which is home to many happy residents and expanding commercial industry, right off the intersection of U.S. Route 27 and Interstate 70. Mount Airy is west of Sykesville, Ellicott City and Baltimore City, but east of Frederick City, Maryland. Mount Airy’s history begins in the mid-19th century when stores and house began to pop up along Parr’s Ridge. As the settlement developed, a church and private school (contained in the same building) were constructed. While the building was first named Ridge Presbyterian Church, it now is known as Pine Grove Chapel and has been preserved for local people and visitors. As is the story of many towns in Maryland, the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad was the source of the town’s early, rapid growth. Although Maryland was technically a part of the Union during the American Civil War, Mount Airy was known for its southern sympathies. That’s why a New Jersey regiment was placed in Mount Airy—to protect northern supplies traveling through on the B&O Railroad (they were successful).
In 1895, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad constructed a tunnel through Parr’s Ridge, which was a serious challenge for railroad engineers during that time period. However, they were successful, and it is now one of the longest railroad tunnels train tunnels located east of the Rocky Mountains! Apparently, the rowdy labor that the construction job brought with it gave Mount Airy a rocky reputation for a short period of time. The origin of its name is also connected to the B&O. Urban legend says that an Irishman working on the railroad complained about freezing wind while passing by at Parr’s Ridge, suggesting that the name of the location should be Mount Airy.