CPAP in Montreal. Rent or Finance.

CPAP stands for Continuous Positive Airway Pressure. These machines are really helpful for those battling sleep apnea. They ensure your airways stay open throughout the night, helping you breathe more comfortably and sleep soundly. Think of them as a gentle breeze ensuring your sails (or in this case, airways) remain billowing. On the other hand, oxygen concentrators are like a trusty sidekick for those needing an extra boost of oxygen. They filter the air, compressing it to the required density, and then deliver the air continuously to the user. It’s like having your very own bottled mountain air, whenever you need it.

CPAP Machines in Montreal

Our Montreal-Based Respiratory Specialists are here to treat sleep apnea and make CPAP accessible to everyone who has a prescription. Regardless your financial situation, we can find affordable plan for you. We are located in Montreal and can offer financing for CPAP machines. Thanks to the CPAP, the airways remains open and those affected can breathe freely while sleeping. We offer financing options, or renting solution for CPAP machine and oxygen concentrator, here in Montreal or in West Island and East Island.

Your doctor prescribed you a CPAP for sleep apnea; you are financially tight; you don’t have insurance; no worries. Applying Best Practice in our daily job, having a combination of clinical support and smart technologies in our labs, raising patient’s knowledge about his diseases, unique expertise in this field, all that brings RespiArt to be your first choice in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea and lung diseases.

From advanced home sleep studies to up to date CPAP devices, passing through unique designs of CPAP masks, all that have been matured through years of experience across areas of respiratory care, RespiArt offers unmatched clinical and economic value through our range of market-leading brands: Inogen, ,Fisher&Payckel, Vitalograph, NIOX, NOX, Zopec.

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1305 Rue Mazurette Suite # 204, Montréal

5.0 48 reviews

  • Avatar Erin Leonard ★★★★★ a month ago
    I had a good experience at RespiArt with Al. He was nonjudgmental and willing to work around my situation. He is knowledgeable and makes things comfortable. Would highly recommend. :)
    Side note: For people with disabilities or limited
    … More mobility, I do not think there’s an elevator. There are two flights of stairs. Parking around the place can also be tricky.
  • Avatar ovi varga ★★★★ 4 months ago
    i am new at this stuff but the service i got from Mr. Al was very good and professional.
    I would recommend this to other in need for a CPAP machine...they are the only ones i found that would actually make monthly payments to help people
    … More who don't have $2000 + to give in one shot.
    Thank you very much for your services.
  • Avatar Maddalena Rainone ★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
    Incredible from the start.....I was sent to the wrong place by Google maps but found my way soon after..
    ....Almutaz reached me by phone while I was driving and I was so relieved...I didn't want to miss my appointment!!! He waited
    … More for me!!! Then at the office he educated me on sleep apnea cause I had so many questions.....he takes the time to explain!!! He gives great advice!!! Now we will see what the machine reads for me!! Keep you guys posted!!!!
  • Avatar M K ★★★★★ 7 months ago
    I encourage people to take their health seriously and consult with Al over at RespiArt. Not only he provides good advice for sleep apnea but he also cares about the BEST way to get treatment without breaking the bank. I would definitely … More recommend to anyone in need.
  • Avatar Gabrielle Marfoglia ★★★★★ 7 months ago
    I was very happy with my experience with RespiArt for a home sleep apnea testing: I was able to get an appointment very quickly; Almutaz took the time the explain the equipment and sleep apnea to me; the specialist called me 2 days later … More to go over my results. Everything was great :)


Most likely you did a sleep study, and the result shows one of the following:

  • A moderate or a severe sleep apnea.

It is extremely important to have the CPAP next to your bed permanently.

It is extremely important to use it in a daily basis because it will bring a lot of benefits on your health. so, your options here are either to Finance CPAP or to Purchase CPAP.

  • A mild sleep apnea.

Then your doctor might prescribe you a Trial of CPAP to find if it brings a significant change in your life and to find if you become more energetic and less fatigue and less somnolence. You are hesitating to spend 2000$ on a Trial of CPAP machine you might use it temporary.

It is difficult to take a decision……we could understand that. Let us help you here…

We recommend you to Rent CPAP for 2-3 months to live this experience while making sure that your pockets stay healthy, too. You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars purchasing a machine you will be using temporary.

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Easy Payments Plans
Rent CPAP in Montreal Finance CPAP in Montreal
$80,00 per month $80,00 per month for 25 months

Finance CPAP or Rent your own CPAP :  you will pay installment fees; this is the most cost- effective way of owning a CPAP machine without the large expenditure in one go.

Finance CPAP or rent to own CPAP:  you will pay installment fees; this is the most cost- effective way of owning a CPAP machine without the large expenditure in one go.


  • Remove your cushion or pillows from the frame and wash with mild soapy warm water. Unscented mild soap is best. Don’t use antibacterial soap, it is too harsh.
  • Top up your humidifier with DISTILLED water each night. Refresh the water every few days. Tap water will cause bacterial growth and will corrode the metal base of the water chamber over time. Find distilled water at any pharmacy.


  • Wash your humidifier chamber with mild soap, rinse well and let air dry.
  • Wash your entire mask and headgear with mild soap and warm water.

HANG headgear to dry. The headgear will take time to dry so best to do this in the morning.

  • Wash your tubing in a sink with mild soap and warm water.

Rinse thoroughly and hang to dry over a towel bar or shower curtain rod.

  • Wipe the outside of your CPAP machine with a dry cloth to remove dust build up.


  • Check your CPAP filter and change when it has turned grey
  • Inspect your equipment regularly for wear and tear

Every Six Months

  • Schedule your Servicing appointment so our staff can clean and check your machine and accessories

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is often a disorder a result of the repetitive collapse with the upper airway while sleeping. It is the most commonTrusted Source sleep-related breathing disorder.

OSA happens when the muscles supporting the soft tissues inside your throat, for example your tongue and soft palate, relax. This causes your airway to narrow and even close, momentarily cutting off your breathing.

Normally, air should flow smoothly in the mouth and nose into your lungs continually, including whilst sleeping.

Periods when breathing stops completely are classified as apnea or apneic episodes. In OSA, the conventional flow of air is repeatedly stopped at night time.

OSA is most popular among older males, but it really can affect anyone, including children. The incidence rises following menopause, in a way that the rates resemble in men and postmenopausal women.

Snoring can often be associated with OSA, specifically if the snoring is interrupted by periods of silence. Snoring is a result of airflow squeezing with the narrowed airway space.

It is important to remember that snoring doesn’t necessarily indicate something potentially serious, and never everyone who snores has OSA.

Untreated OSA could cause serious health problems for instance:

  • high high blood pressure (hypertension)
  • heart disease
  • stroke
  • diabetes
  • atrial fibrillation (abnormal heart rhythm)
  • pulmonary hypertension

Proper diagnosis and treatment are crucial for preventing complications.

Just as purchasing a house provides the comfort and security of a space that truly belongs to you, buying a CPAP machine or an oxygen concentrator is a testament to long-term commitment. When you invest in buying, you gain an asset. There are no monthly bills to think about or due dates to remember. The device becomes an extension of your daily life, always ready for your use. Over a period of time, the initial cost spreads out, often resulting in the realization that it’s cost-effective in the long haul. Moreover, having ownership allows for personalization and adaptation, ensuring that the device fits your needs perfectly.

Renting a CPAP machine or oxygen concentrator is comparable to the convenience and flexibility of living in a rented apartment. Especially if you’re new to the therapy or unsure about which model suits you best, renting provides an opportunity to ‘try before you buy’. There are no long-term ties; if a particular device doesn’t sit well with you, it’s easier to exchange or upgrade. Furthermore, one of the biggest perks of renting is the lack of maintenance worries. Most rental agreements come with a maintenance package, ensuring that the device is always in top-notch condition. This is particularly beneficial for those who aren’t inclined to delve into the technicalities of machine upkeep. With renting, it’s about experiencing the benefits without the burdens of ownership.

While buying might seem costlier initially, in the long run, it can be more economical. However, if you’re uncertain about your long-term needs, renting can be a more budget-friendly option.

Not with us ! every package is simple and clear, and we make sure you understand it. Always read the rental agreement.

With a wide range of products and knowledgeable Respiratory Therapists, Respiart can guide you to make an informed decision based on your needs and budget.