Dwight Mumpower HVAC Service proudly services the Baileyton, TN and surrounding area.
We are a proud part of the community, serving your heating and air conditioning needs. Whether you need inspection, maintenance, repair, replacement, or service of a furnace, air conditioner, heat pump or air filtration system, give us a call. Our certified technicians service all brands of equipment.
Please call us today at 423-398-3580 to consult with us.
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The two Bristol's are actually seperated by center of the appropriately named, State Street, running through the entire length of town. Both Bristol's share many common attributes, most notable is the the "Birthplace of Country Music" by the legendary Carter Family as they traveled from their home in nearby Maces Springs, Virginia, to produce their first recordings on July 31, 1927, for record producer Ralph Peer. Bristol, Tennessee, located in Sullivan County, is also home of the famous, "Bristol Motor Speedway and Thunder Valley Drag Strip". The speedway is a .533 mile finished, high-bank oval track known around the world for its many caution flags that make racing.....RACING! The drag strip is a quarter-mile strip situated between two hillsides where you can hear and feel the "Thunder in the Valley" as the cars make their way to the finish line.
Johnson City, Tennessee, located in Carter, Sullivan and Washington counties, is a goal-oriented, high-energy, family-centered city with diverse economic components. Education, business, industry, civic and community organizations, and local government pull together to keep us moving forward. We have a diverse economy led by healthcare, education and an entrepreneurial spirit that lives on from our City’s founder, Henry Johnson.
Kingsport, Tennessee, located in Sullivan and Hawkins counties, received its name from a simplification of the name "King's Port" which was the old name given to the area along the Holston River by early pioneers. The Long Island of the Holston River in Kingsport has a vast and rich history and is a U.S. National Historic Landmark. It was the home of the sacred council of local Cherokee and was a meeting place for treaties and other dealings with other Native American tribes, early pioneers, and settlers. Also, the name of the State of Tennessee comes from the old Yuchi Indian word "Tana-see", which means "The Meeting Place". In 1775, Daniel Boone began the Wilderness Road from the Long Island of the Holston when he began his expedition through the now famous Cumberland Gap. In 1822, the Holston River was first chartered by boat. Early pioneers and settlers used the river to transport products and people to Knoxville, where the Holston meets up with the Tennessee River. From there pioneers quickly discovered that the conjoining river systems could lead to the Ohio River and eventually to the Mississippi River and Gulf of New Orleans. The development of the use of the Holston River for transportation and commerce brought many jobs and settlers to the area.