NH's Best HVAC Company (Readers' Choice 2013)
A.J. LeBlanc Heating is pleased to announce that it took first place in the 2013 Union Leader's Reader's Choice Awards for HVAC. The full article can be seen in Sundays paper (6/30/13).
We would like to extend a thank you to our customers for their continued support and we are always welcoming new customers whom are in search for NH's Best HVAC company. For more information about A.J. LeBlanc Heating and the LeBlanc family visit our about page at http://leblanchvac.com/new-hampshire/leblanc-heating/about-leblanc-heating. Moving forward with exceptional customer service and ethical business practices we hope to win both Plumbing & HVAC for 2014!
Breaking The Bank: R-22 Phase Out
With the arrival of scorching summer days, some homeowners will get a shock when they see the bill to recharge their old air conditioner. The refrigerant that powers their central cooling system, known as R-22, has become a rare and valuable commodity. The price of R-22 has skyrocketed so much that homeowners are stuck with a two costly decisions, repair or replace.
New Hampshire's Top Family Businesses
LeBlanc Heating is proud to announce that it was recently published in Business NH Magazine as one of "NH's Top Family Businesses". A.J. LeBlanc Heating is one of NH's oldest HVAC companies. Founded in 1928, A.J. LeBlanc Heating has expanded into new markets such as plumbing & generators and is employing more NH residents than ever before. A.J. LeBlanc Heating has also entered its 4th working generation, generation 3 and 4 are currently employed as CEO and Director of Marketing.
As we moved forward with our day to day operations we will continue to strive for customer service and quality installations. Our mission is to provide NH residents with world class plumbing, heating, cooling and electrical installations at a price which is fair to the customer without lacking in service quality.
New Hampshire Ozone Pollution Warning
Air Quality Forecast
On Friday May 31st the Seacoast and high elevations above 3000ft) will be deemed unhealthy for sensitive people (Active children and adults, and people with respiratory disease, such as asthma). This will extend into Saturday June 1st as the area of concern expands to include Hillsborough, Merrimack and Rockingham Counties. The pollutant of concern for this period is Ozone. (NH Department of Environmental Services, 2013)
Super Service Award: HVAC New England
2012 Angies List Service Award
Presented to A.J. LeBlanc Heating Inc for achieving and maintaining a superior service rating on Angies List throughout 2012 as determined by Angies List Members in the category of Heating & Air Conditioning.
Boston Chapter - Angie Hicks "The" Angie - January 1, 2013
A.J. LeBlanc Heating continues to maintain its "A" rating moving forward into 2013
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