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Maryland, “America in Miniature”
One of the country’s 13 original colonies, Maryland holds a special place in US history. One of the state’s nicknames, the Old Line State, commemorates a moment from the American Revolution. There are many more aspects of our nation’s history that can be explored in the state, including many monuments, museums, and battlefields.
In addition to this rich history, Maryland looks toward the future with health, science, engineering, and technology. Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital are located in Baltimore, and Lockheed Martin is headquartered in Bethesda.
Maryland is known for its history, its tourist attractions, and the crabs. Other classic Maryland foods that visitors and residents alike can enjoy include Smith Island cake, Utz chips, chicken a la Maryland, pit beef, and anything seasoned with Old Bay.
The state is home to over six million people, and its major cities include Baltimore, Columbia, Germantown, Silver Spring, Walford, and Ellicott City.
Maryland’s Geography and Climate
For a small state, Maryland has a wide range of landscapes and ecosystems. Interesting features include the Chesapeake Bay, the Piedmont Plateau, and the Appalachian Mountains.
On average, Maryland sees over 40 inches of rain per year. The hottest month of the year is usually July, with temperatures in the high 80s. January temperatures average around 25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Central Maryland Homes for Every Taste and Preference
Maryland is a desirable place to live due to its history, proximity to major hubs such as DC and Baltimore, and its scenic beauty. Property values can vary greatly depending on location, as can housing types and styles.
Colonial-style homes, including Dutch and Georgian styles, are commonly found in Maryland. Other popular architectural styles include Victorian, Tudor, Cape Cod, Craftsman, ranch, and more modern homes. There is something available to suit every taste.
Maryland has a number of historic districts, which may impact the kind of renovations you can consider, if you’re located within the district. Be sure to check local regulations before planning your project.
Home Improvement Services in Central Maryland
Maryland has 23 counties and over 12,000 square miles, so when you call a contractor, it’s important to make sure they serve your location.
Maryland sees all kinds of inclement weather throughout the year, and consistent home maintenance is crucial to preventing problems like water damage, foundation issues, clogged gutters, and more.
Periodically inspect your home’s exterior. Look at the roof, siding, gutters, foundation, areas with concrete and asphalt, and your landscaping and trees. If you see anything that looks unusual or alarming, call a Best Pick professional. Prompt repairs to your home’s exterior will save you money and headaches down the road.
Additionally, if you see any issues on your home’s interior, such as leaks, peeling paint, mold, or mildew, you may have a problem with your foundation, siding, or roof, depending on the location of the particular issue. Call a specialist immediately, especially if you see mold growth.
If you have an older home, even a historic home, you may be considering renovations and upgrades. From simple changes such as paint colors to complex upgrades such as electrical rewiring, you’ll be able to find a qualified professional Best Pick contractor to take care of your home and complete your project with top-notch workmanship.
Permits, Licensing, and Insurance Requirements
Most home improvement projects require a permit or license, especially if electrical or plumbing work is necessary or if the project involves major structural changes. These regulations are in place for safety reasons; failure to adhere to them may result in significant penalties.