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Knoxville, TN Contractors

History of Knoxville

Knoxville has a long, rich history that dates back hundreds of years. With a location near the Tennessee River, the city was home to groups of settlers from many different cultures before it was formally established in 1791. During the Civil War, Knoxville was a highly desirable location with convenient access to water, utilities and the railroad. Today, the city has a strong culture and an economy based on manufacturing, retail, finance, real estate and technology.

Population and Demographics

Population rates in Knoxville have grown steadily over the years with a couple dramatic growth periods. Roughly 179,225 people live in Knoxville today, and more than half of all Knoxville residents own homes. In 2006, the Economic Research Institute (ERI) named Knoxville as one of the most affordable cities in the U.S. for recent college graduates.

Things to Do in Knoxville

With diverse entertainment options and a strong arts community, there are always plenty of things to do in Knoxville. Visitors and residents can enjoy the city's warm weather with golf trips, visits to local gardens and other outdoor activities. The Knoxville Zoo has more than 230 different types of animals, and the Emporium Center for Arts & Culture is home to a wide range of art exhibits and contemporary displays. Knoxville also hosts many popular festivals each year, including the Bacon Fest, International Biscuit Festival, Sundown in the City, Dogwood Arts Festival and the Great Knoxville Rubber Duck Race.

Museums and Schools

Knoxville residents can learn more about the city's history at several notable museums, such as the Museum of Appalachia, East Tennessee Historical Center and James White's Fort. Popular sites like the Frank H. McClung Museum and American Museum of Science & Energy also offer incredible learning experiences in general subject areas.

The city also has more than 50 private institutions and a broad public school system that serves more than 56,000 primary and secondary students. The University of Tennessee's main campus has been located in Knoxville since the late 18th century.

Knoxville Climate and Weather

Typically, Knoxville has warm weather and a humid climate all throughout the year. The area receives consistent light to heavy rainfall and doesn't have a dry season. Humidity levels rarely drop below 40 percent, and the city receives an annual precipitation average of about 48 inches. July is the hottest month with average high temperatures of around 88 degrees, and January is the coolest month with average high temperatures falling between 45 and 48 degrees.

Knox Ductless Air Conditioning and HVAC Services

Whether you're hoping to save money on your cooling bill or improve the air quality in your home, Mitsubishi Comfort Dealers offers a wide network of the best HVAC dealers and ductless contractors in Knoxville. Our experienced professionals can work on a variety of heating and air conditioning systems, including top ductless products from the Mitsubishi Electric Cooling and Heating line.

Qualified ductless contractors offer a wide range of services, including:

  • New Ductless HVAC Installation
  • Service Agreements and Tuneups
  • Repairs and Maintenance Work
  • Duct Cleaning and Indoor Air Quality Improvement
  • 24 Hour Emergency Service

At Mitsubishi Comfort Dealers, you can search from a large listing of highly qualified and knowledgeable HVAC contractors. A new ductless system is easy to install and takes up little space. Best of all, ductless air conditioning can make your family's home more comfortable and help you save on your utility bills.