Never try to repair or install natural gas appliances yourself!

never let a home handyperson try to do the job for you.

A TSSA-registered contractor knows the equipment and the codes that must be followed.    Ensure that the service provider uses licensed gas technicians for all work. All licensed technicians must provide a provincial certificate number and the contractor's TSSA registration number upon request.If you are looking for a gas installation or repair service who has the certification and skill for your home, 911 Appliance Repair Services is your go-to pro. We look forward to providing you the superior quality results for your gas appliance installation and repair in Toronto and the surrounding areas from our experienced, well trained and friendly technicians.

With more than 6 years of experience in offering the expert service in Gas Appliances, you can be sure that time has been invested in the proper training and appliances that are necessary to deliver a superior quality gas work for you. We stay updated with all of the new technologies in gas appliances as a part of upgrading our skills.
We assure that our technicians are well equipped, trained, and friendly to handle any minute issue or a big job.

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General Appliance Safety Tips

The following tips apply to the safety and maintenance of ALL natural gas appliances:

  • Have your natural gas appliances inspected yearly by a qualified professional
  • Never store items near a natural gas appliance that might interfere with normal appliance airflow
  • Never store or use highly flammable products in the same room as any natural gas or heat-producing appliances
  • These products include gasoline, spray paints, solvents, insecticide, adhesives, foggers, varnish, cleaning products and other pressurized containers
  • Never store ordinary combustibles such as rags, mops or paper on or near an appliance
  • Never use your oven, range top or outdoor barbecue to heat your home because these appliances are not designed for this purpose and can be a safety hazard

Range and oven safety and maintenance

See our FAQ Section further down this page for more gas appliance safety tips

Keep your range clean

   Keep your range top area clean of grease. Excessive grease build-up can result in a fire.

Keep exhaust vents clear

   Don't install aluminum foil in the oven or range top. This can restrict exhaust vents which can result in carbon monoxide poisoning.


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FAQ Section

A refrigerator "sealed system" is also referred to as the cooling system.

  • The compressor compresses gas (refrigerant) and pumps it into the condenser.
  • The process of compressing heats the gas.
  • The hot gas is above room temperature, so the air flowing over the condenser coils cools the gas, causing it to condense into a liquid.
  • The heat coming off the condenser is either blown out the front or rear of the refrigerator, depending on the model.
  • From the condenser, the liquid refrigerant passes through a small diameter tube called a capillary tube.
  • The capillary tube slowly meters the liquid refrigerant into the evaporator where it evaporates to produce the cooling effect.
  • The refrigerant gas is then drawn out of the evaporator through a tube called the suction line by the compressor. This is a continuous process.

If your refrigerator isn’t cooling, you’re probably already wondering if it’s worth the hassle to call an appliance repair tech. You don’t want someone who wastes your time and money on trial and error. That’s one of the best reasons to hire a company that comes with more than 6 years of experience and the right tools to do the job. Our appliance techs are trained to use sophisticated equipment to give a definitive diagnosis of any refrigerator sealed system failure that exists. That takes paying close attention to details, gathering the right readouts, and often the ability to braze copper.

You might see an appliance sale advertised and wonder if you’d be better off fixing your old refrigerator or just buying a new one. That’s a good question, and one we often help customers evaluate. The answer in your situation depends on a number of repair vs. replacement factors:

  • What’s wrong with your refrigerator? Sometimes the problem is relatively minor and the fix is easy. New refrigerators are expensive, and not all of them are guaranteed to last. It’s a good idea to talk to a refrigerator repairman to find out what you’re looking at.
  • How much did your refrigerator cost to begin with? If you got it secondhand for pocket change, it might not be worth paying to repair it. However, a lot of our customers have newer refrigerators with expensive technology and high-end features. They cost thousands of dollars, so it makes much more sense to make repairs that cost a few hundred dollars or less.
  • What’s the age of your refrigerator? Experts say most refrigerators last between 10 to 15 years, depending on the brand and how you take care of it. If your fridge is past middle age, you might start to think in terms of replacement.
  • How do that brand and style hold up? If you look up your refrigerator model and see a lot of complaints about that one, in particular, it might be that a simple repair will fix a known issue. Or, you might need to think about buying a better brand.
  • KitchenAid
  • Whirlpool
  • GE
  • Kenmore
  • Maytag
  • Monogram
  • Amana
  • JennAir
  • Hot Point
  • Frigidaire
  • Sub Zero
  • Top mount refrigerators
  • Bottom mount refrigerators
  • Built-in refrigerators
  • Side by side refrigerators
  • French door refrigerators
  • Under counter refrigerators

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