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Find out how we solve common pool problems, and get some tips for throwing an end-of-summer pool party!
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Common Pool Problems & How We Solve Them

Many problems can arise for a swimming pool owner. The key to reducing any pool related issues is maintenance. As the summer pushes on and the use of the pool over takes the maintenance of the pool, certain situations can arise.

Here are some common pool problems and some possible solutions for these problems.

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Pool Games & Party Ideas

The summer is rolling along and has been a great one so far for summer fun in the backyard, splashing away in the pool! The weather has been hot and sunny and couldn’t be better for a pool owner.

The summer isn’t over yet! Before that dreaded winter cover gets pulled over for the season, it’s time to splash away the summertime blues and have some pool fun.

Here are some great ideas for pool parties and games to keep you in the pool for the rest of the summer.

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20% Off Safety Covers!

Be prepared with a new safety cover!

Book and order now through the end of August for a new safety cover and save. Get 20% off the safety cover and $100 off the install of the safety cover.

Book your safety cover now and don't be left with your old, torn-tarp style cover!
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What's In Store

At Cannonball Pools, it's our pleasure to help you with all of your pool-related issues! Whether you require regular maintenance, pool water testing or pool and spa supplies, we've got you covered.
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Girls Inc. of Halton Community Celebration is on August 17!

Sponsored by the Jays Care Foundation!

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The Girls Inc. of Halton team is celebrating our successful summer programming schedule with a BBQ and Carnival. We are working with the Jays Care team to present a fun, interactive afternoon for the whole family that includes: baseball themed games, bouncy castles, face painting, snow cones and much more. Select Girls at Bat girls will be playing a game at 6:30pm to end their season, along with mini games available for all attendees. 

The Jays Care Team will be there to help ensure we all have a great time and will be running raffles for fun prizes!


Location: Lions Sports Park, Milton, Ontario
Time: 3:00pm-7:00pm
Cost: Entrance fee - $10
Includes Arm bracelet to participate in all activities, meal ticket (burger/hot dog, chips) 1 ticket for a popcorn, slushie or cotton candy. 

Additional tickets available:
$2 popcorn, slushie, cotton candy, chips
$4 burger/hotdog
$5 raffle tickets

All girls who attended Girls Inc. of Halton Camp, Girls at Bat and iLab receive 1 free entrance admission

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Parents re-entering market after their children stayed home longer than normal, survey says

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by Steve Randall06 Aug 2018

There was strong growth for resales in the Greater Toronto Area in July with sales up 18.6% year-over-year to 6,961 units.

Toronto Real Estate Board says that the average sales price was up 4.8% to $782,189 including a moderate rise for detached home types.

Preliminary seasonal adjustment shows a 6.6% rise in sales compared to June with the average sales price showing a 3.3% rise month-over-month.

That puts seasonally-adjusted sales at a 2018 high point and the average sales price at the highest level since May 2017.

"We have certainly experienced an increase in demand for ownership housing so far this summer. It appears that some people who initially moved to the sidelines due to the psychological impact of the Fair Housing Plan and changes to mortgage lending guidelines have re-entered the market. Home buyers in the GTA recognize that ownership housing is a quality long-term investment," said Jason Mercer, TREB's Director of Market Analysis.

Supply issues remain
However, new listings were down 1.8% year-over-year and TREB president Garry Bhaura says more needs to be done by officials to address the low inventory issues.

“The new provincial government and candidates for the upcoming municipal elections need to concentrate on policies focused on enhancing the supply of housing and reducing the upfront tax burden represented by land transfer taxes, province-wide and additionally in the City of Toronto," said Mr. Bhaura.

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