Unionville Heating Oil Delivery
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Our Unionville 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!
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North Fork Linganore Creek and its Talbot Branch flows throughout and past Unionville, which is a pleasant, unincorporated community within the borders of Frederick County, Maryland. It is north-west of Eldersburg, Sykesville and Winfield and is easily accessible by following MD Route 26 west. There are a few excursions specifically created with the purpose of fine alcohol consumption in mind near Unionville. These include Black Ankle Vineyards, Linganore Winecellars, Loew Vineyards, Hidden Hills Farm and Vineyard, Frey’s Brewing Company and the Milkhouse Brewery (which is a microbrewery and tap room). Some other places to visit that usually do not involve alcohol include Testerman Bus Services & Repair, Young’s Nursery, P.A.W. Veterinary Clinic, Linganore Grange #410 (a local non-profit organization), Sunchaser Kennels, Mayne Boer Goats (a livestock breeder), Sunset Ridge Farm (a horse boarding stable), Grandpa Oak Adventures (nature preserve) and Eberle Christmas Tree Farm.
Unionville has just one location on the National Register of Historic Places; the Pearre-Metcalfe House, a brick Greek revival farmhouse, was placed on the register in 1979. The Pearre-Ensor Farm is another historic location in Unionville, although it has not yet been added to the register. Its property was first pined by the Wrightsville, PA Iron Company. Did you know that Unionville holds a world record for the most rainfall ever record within a single minute? In 1956, on America’s Independence Day (July 4th), 1.23 of rain fell within the span of a single minute. That’s more rain than many cities get in an entire month! For example, the average rainfall in Seattle, Washington during the month of July is approximately 0.93 inches.