As a homeowner in Sandy Spring, MD you know one thing for sure – you have to be ready for any kind of weather!
The weather in Sandy Spring is often hot and humid in the summer, but when fall rolls around the temperatures start to drop. By the winter months, the air is downright cold – and sometimes the ground is covered with snow.
These weather patterns can make it difficult to have a comfortable home all year round. The only real solution to maintaining consistent temperatures is to have a reliable HVAC system!
Thankfully, there are a lot of fun things to do in Sandy Spring that can get you out of the house!
You can check out The Adventure Park at Sandy Spring which is the largest adventure park in North America! There are over 200 platforms high in the trees, covering 5 acres and interconnected by zip lines, ropes, obstacles and other challenging fun!
If you are looking for a slower pace of activity, visit the Sandy Spring Slave Museum, the Underground Railroad Experience Trail Hikes, or the Sandy Spring Museum. You might also be interested in the rich Quaker history in Sandy Spring.
The United States Census Bureau combines Sandy Spring with the nearby community of Ashton to form the census-designated place of Ashton-Sandy Spring, and all census data are tabulated for this combined entity.
Based on these numbers, Sandy Spring has a population of just over 6,000 people with a median age of 43.5 years and median household income of $135, 375.
At Minnick’s, we offer a wide range of services for your home in Sandy Spring, including:
We provide HVAC and plumbing services to the following zip codes in Sandy Spring: 20860, 20905 and other surrounding areas in Montgomery County.
When it comes to your home’s safety and comfort, see what’s possible when you work with Minnick’s! Call us today at 301-327-3038.
And, if you want to learn more about our company and work, here is a recent review:
“It is a pleasure working with Minnicks. The office notified us when the technician was arriving. The technician, Craig, was thorough and explained the complete condition of our system. He made some preventative maintenance adjustments so we would not have future problems. We appreciate his professionalism.” – Nancy Bryant