Benefits of a natural gas kitchen range

The natural gas kitchen range lets you cook over a direct flame, with instant heat and unmatched control for optimum cooking results. Moreover, the gas range’s oven gives you baking and roasting capabilities worthy of those of great chefs!

Choose performance

With a natural gas kitchen range, you can instantly obtain the exact cooking temperature you want, then raise or lower the heat faster than with an electric range, thanks to the blue flame that gives you the precision and control you need – on the stove and in the oven.

Give your kitchen a professional feel

Whatever your level of gastronomic knowledge and kitchen expertise, you can achieve your highest culinary ambitions with a natural gas kitchen range, which is almost always the preferred choice of the world’s greatest chefs!

Keep your cookware

Choose a stove that won’t force you to throw out your cookware! A natural gas flame is compatible with virtually all pots and pans, even terra cotta, unlike induction heat, which often forces you to buy a whole new set of cookware.

Save more with Gaz Métro grants

Have you considered adding a natural gas heater or water heater? Gaz Métro offers grants that can save you money when purchasing and installing natural gas powered equipment. All the more reason to switch to blue!

Grants available if you are not a customer yet
Grants available if you are already a customer

Natural gas consumption

Average estimated annual consumption of 100 cubic meters, at the cost of $60.09*.

Choose the reliability of Gaz Métro's network

By opting for natural gas, you are choosing Gaz Métro’s reliable and secure distribution network! One of the most modern in North America, it meets the Canadian gas industry’s strictest standards and is monitored day and night, 365 days a year.

* As an indicator, average consumption is based on one dwelling with four occupants.  The consumption may vary according to the needs and the use of the appliance. Annual cost based on the average price of natural gas, April 1, 2016.