Pool Leak Detection and Pool Maintenance in Sutton Ontario

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Sutton is a suburban community located nearly 2 km south of Lake Simcoe in Ontario, Canada. The community was formerly a village but is now part of the Town of Georgina after amalgamation with it and North Gwillimbury in 1971. The black river runs on the north end of the downtown. Highway 48 goes just south of the downtown. Sutton has a population of just over 6,000 people. Sutton is located about 1 hour north of Toronto.

Sibbald Point Provincial Park is a day use and campground facility, with a large sandy beach, electrical and non-electrical sites, hiking trails, boating access to Lake Simcoe, and the Sibbald Family Museum.

Located near the shore of Lake Simcoe, the Pioneer Village is a 10-acre space with many buildings to teach the history of Georgina between the years of 1850 and 1920. The Pioneer village holds tours, camps, workshops, and other events throughout the season. Admission is granted by donation unless specified for a certain event.

Sutton is home to many beaches including De La Salle Park, Holmes Point Park, Jackson’s Point/Bonnie Park, North Gwillimbury Park, Willow Beach Conservation Area, Willow Wharf, and Young’s Harbour. These areas are extremely popular in the summer months, attracting tourism, holding sports, activities and events.

ReedPool is proud to be Sutton residents’ first and best choice to service their pools. We have been been a leader in the business of pool leak detection for over three decades. Serving York Region and the surrounding area, we are on the road all pool season diagnosing and fixing leaky pools for our customers.

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