A.J. LeBlanc Heating is a proud sponsor of the 2015 CHaD Battle of the Badges!
On Saturday, April 11 firefighters and police officers from around the state will hit the ice at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester for the 8th Annual CHaD Battle of the Badges Hockey Championship.
Which side will you support in this epic battle of Good vs. Good! Game time is 5:00pm, doors open at 4:00pm.
Funds raised in the seven year history of the event total over 1.2 million dollars! Thanks to everyone who came out in support of the police officers and firefighters from across New Hampshire, and the critical programs and services at Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD).
A.J. LeBlanc Heating would like to welcome all of our customers to visit us at the 48th Annual New Hampshire State Home Show. This year we will have a working Ecobee3 smart thermostat display for anyone interested in testing it out.
New Hampshire State Home Show - Dates & Times
- Friday, March 13 1PM - 8PM
- Saturday, March 14 10AM - 6PM
- Sunday, March 15 9AM - 4PM
A.J. LeBlanc Heating would like to remind everyone the importance of clearing all vent pipes exiting your home. Blocked vents can lead to exhaust buildup which can cause carbon monoxide leaks and increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning or death. Clearing exhaust vents is especially important for homeowners who have direct vent gas appliances. Juno has left some areas with significant snowfall and it is very likely that your exhaust vents are covered or close to it. We suggest shoveling the area around your vents as much as possible especially considering the additional snow expected on Friday January 30th.
Every generator installation is unique. Local laws, load requirements, available fuels, and design implications all play a role in generator sizing and location. A.J. LeBlanc Heating sizes our standby generators based on the needs of the homeowner. Not all homeowners require a generator that can run every light and appliance during the few instances where power is lost.
Dead Nest? The Nest thermostat has an internal battery which can usually be charged by the 24v heating and cooling wires coming from your homes HVAC system. Problems arise when there are too many components borrowing from the same power source. The Nest learning thermostat is a power stealing thermostat which can cause system malfunction or improper system operation. The solution is to add what is known as a common wire, this wire is a separate 24 volt supply dedicated to charging your Nest thermostat. Although Nest claims this wire is not necessary with all installations A.J. LeBlanc Heating would highly recommend it to anyone using any smart thermostat. Installing a common wire can range in difficulty - if the thermostat wires are inaccessible from the power source walls may need to be opened or an alternative thermostat location may be suggested.