LeBlanc Heating is an 86 year old business which is now entering its 4th operating generation. A.J. LeBlanc Heating finds it necessary to contribute and give back to the community which has supported it throughout the years. A.J. LeBlanc Heating & Air Conditioning has given thousands of dollars to various charity organizations and through its own scholarships. Some of these charities and organizations can be seen below.
Here you'll find strategies to help you save energy during the cold winter months. Some of the tips below are free and can be used on a daily basis to increase your savings; others are simple and inexpensive actions you can take to ensure maximum savings through the winter. If you haven't already, conduct an energy audit to find out where you can save the most.
LeBlanc Heating is NH's only 4 star Fujitsu Dealer. We have over 300 Fujitsu installations under our belt including both concealed and wall-mounted units. We love the Fujitsu product for its efficiency and reliability and can't wait to install more. Check out the images of a recent Fujitsu installation in a Bedford home. For more information about Fujitsu visit http://leblanchvac.com/mini-splits
LeBlanc Heating is proud to announce that it has become a Certified Nest Professional. Nest is the latest gadget to hit the HVAC market. What sets Nest apart from other thermostats? Well the Nest thermostat is self learning which means it takes user error out of the programmable thermostat. Design look familar? Nest was developed by the same team that created the iPod. In addition to being self programming, Nest includes a command center which can be reached via computer or phone. The command center allows homeowners to adjust and view current temperatures. For more information about Nest visit http://leblanchvac.com/air-quality-nest
LeBlanc Heating responds to hundreds of emergency service calls every year, but the past couple of years have been different. Lately it seems that there have been more problems and certainly a lot more wide spread. It also seems every year we are hit with some type of storm that causes the power to go out for days, floods, pipes freezing, electrical surges, etc.