Knoxville, TN - Furnace & Air Conditioning Service, Repair & Maintenance Contractor
Advanced Heat, AC, & Plumbing is proud to serve the Knoxville community!
We are proud to be part of this community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need repair, replacement or a new installation of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, we get the job right the first time. Our certified technicians service all furnace and air conditioning make and models.
Please call us today at (865) 933-5538 to consult with our home comfort specialist.
- Repair Service
- New Air Conditioner Sales
- Air Conditioner Installation
- Air Conditioning Replacement
- High Efficiency Air Conditioner Upgrades
- Air Conditioner Parts
- Air Conditioner Maintenance Contract
- Air Conditioner Repair
- Commercial HVAC
- Ductless Mini-Split Air Conditioners
- Single Room Air Conditioners
- Wall Mount Air Conditioners
- Air Conditioning Filters
- Furnace Filters
- Air Cleaners
- Air Purifiers
- Whole House Humidifiers
- Programmable Thermostats
- Heat Recovery Ventilators
- Ultraviolet (UV) Germicidal Lights
- Plumbing Repair
- Hot Water Heater Sales & Service
- Garbage Disposal Sales & Service
- Leak Detector Sales & Service
- Ejector Pump Sales & Service
- Instant Hot Water Dispenser Sales & Service
- Water Conditioner Sales & Service
- Water Filter Sales & Service
- Faucet & Fixture Sales & Service
- Toilet Repair
- Water Analysis
- Gas Line Test & Repair
- Commercial Plumbing Services
- Repair Service
- New Gas Furnace Sales
- New Heat Pump Sales
- Furnace Installation
- Heat Pump Installation
- Furnace Replacement
- Heat Pump Replacement
- Furnace Repair
- Heat Pump Repair
- Furnace Parts
- Heat Pump Parts
- Heating Maintenance Contracts
- Commercial HVAC
- Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps
- Single Room Heating
- Wall Mount Heat Pumps
About Knoxville, TN - Happy to be your hometown Heating & Air Conditioning Contractor!
Knoxville is the county seat of Knox County, Tennessee. With a population of close to 200,000, it is a fast-paced urban center with much to see and do. Though it is not as huge as New York City or San Francisco, for example, it is large enough for there to be a great deal of culture, attractions, and history to be enjoyed and seen. However, it is still small enough not to feel overwhelming. With seasonal weather, this area is warm in the spring and summer months and colder in the fall and winter. You will likely see snow around Christmas but will be comfortable in a sundress on the 4th of July.
The historical significance of the city and the area, in general, cannot be ignored. Settled in the late 18th century, Knoxville was Tennessee’s first capital city. It was a hotbed of unrest and discord during the Civil War when the city was bitterly divided over the issue of secession. It was occupied by Confederate and Union soldiers, alternately. With a great deal of influence coming from nearby Maryville College as well as other anti-slavery factions, there was a great deal of support for the Union. However, there were also many businessmen concerned about continuing relationships with cotton traders in the South. There are many local landmarks where you can check out more information about the role that Knoxville’s residents played in the Civil War. One of them is The Greater Warner Tabernacle AME Zion Church, Knoxville. This was a reported stop on the Underground Railroad. This is Knoxville’s oldest African American church congregation. Though the buildings are new, there is still much to learn from a visit to this historic spot. It would be a great way to spend a chilly winter day and a fabulous outing to take with your children.
The city has gone through some recessions and rough patches and, for a time, the downtown area was a bit desolate and businesses began to die out. However, efforts were made to rebuild and revive the city center, and Knoxville in modern times is a hustling, bustling city with a great deal of culture and flair. Downtown you will find the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, The East Tennessee History Center as well as movie theatres, bars, restaurants, and more. There are many venues for outdoor concerts, a great way to enjoy a beautiful Knoxville Spring day and the arts in Knoxville have generally flourished.