Call the Intercom Repair Service Professionals

We’re here to help.

We understand that when your intercom system is down, you need service in a hurry. We are often able to provide same-day emergency intercom service in the GTA if needed, or next-day service if your call is after hours or late in the day, or is not a pressing emergency.

We service all types of intercom systems, from multi-tenant apartment buildings to commercial, institutional and industrial properties, as well as for private residences.

We service all brands of intercoms, including NuTone, Aiphone, Mircom Mirtone, Kocom, Ring, Hampton Bay, and Skybell. We are an authorized dealer for these brands and many others, and if parts are still available, we can quickly source the components needed to get your intercom back on-line.

AlarVac Systems Inc. has been providing intercom systems repair services for over 25 years. Our factory-trained technicians are qualified and reliable, and our Service Managers are experienced and understand your needs.

Service Rates

Our basic rate for an Intercom Service Call is $180, which includes up to 90 minutes of on-site technician time. Many repairs can be done within that timeframe, but if your unit will require additional parts and more time to fix, we will advise you of time and costs and other options at that point.

Service Area

We provide Intercom service in the Greater Toronto Area/GTA, which includes Toronto, North York, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Brampton, Woodbridge, Vaughan, York, Thornhill, Richmond Hill, Markham, Scarborough, East York and Pickering. We also provide services as far as Oshawa, Oakville, Milton, Caledon and Newmarket, a modest travel surcharge will apply. We can also provide emergency service outside this area if required, please call us to confirm availability and cost.

Call us now – and have some basic information ready…

When you need quick, professional intercom service, call us right away at 416 520-4080. In order to provide the fastest service possible, it would be helpful if you could tell us about the system – first, is it a residential or commercial application, and what exactly is going wrong. Next, we’ll need to know how many units, whether it is a hard-wired or phone-based system, and the brand and age of the system, if known. Take a couple of pictures of the unit with your cell phone, they might be very helpful.