Pool Demolition Blue2Green Group in Guildwood Area, Toronto.
Reasons to use our Blue2Green Services in Guildwood:
Same Day Pool Removal Service
We are available any day of the week for same day swimming pool removal and fill in services
Over 20 Years Experiences
We have over 20 years experience and do not charge you for an estimate.
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We are specialized in :
- Swimming Pool Fill-Ins,
- Pool Demolition,
- Pool Removal,
- Indoor Pools,
- In-ground Pool Removal,
- Above Ground Pool Demolition,
- Concrete Pools,
- Vinyl Pools,
- Fiberglass Pools,
- Block Pools,
- Hot Tubs,
- Natural Stone Retaining Walls,
- Water Falls and Ponds.
Streets in Guildwood Area
Guildwood Parkway is a major roadway in Guildwood.
Guildwood Parkway is the main roadway in Guildwood. The eastern end of the roadway splits north, and east, with the northern portion forming Morningside Avenue. Many of the streets in the Guildwood development were named by Rosa and Spencer Clark.
Bethune – after Dr. Norman Bethune
Bledlow – after the England home of Spencer Clark’s grandmother
Bournville – after the Cadbury’s Chocolate model town in England
Cadbury Court – after the Cadbury family
Catalina – after the island off the coast of California
Earswick – after the Rowntree Chocolate model town in Yorkshire, England
Livingston Road – after the owner of the property who was treasurer of the T. Eaton Company
Nuffield – after Lord Nuffield (William Morris), founder of Morris Automobiles in Britain
Rowatson – after Robert Watson McClain, owner of the farm the street is sited upon
Sir Raymond – who planned a model town in Manchester, England
Somerdale Square – after the Fry family
Sonneck Circle, Sonneck Square – an old castle in Germany
Toynbee Trail – after Arnold Toynbee, British Historian, Professor, and Author
Westlake Road – after the brothers who were developers of the property.
Guildwood Village is one of Toronto’s most beautiful and inclusive neighborhoods. The main entrance to the Guildwood neighborhood is marked by a formal stone pillar and cast-iron gateway, situated at Kingston Road and Guildwood Parkway.
The major landmark in this neighborhood is the historic Guild Inn, located at 201 Guildwood Parkway. The Guild Inn is situated on ninety acres of property overlooking the Scarborough Bluffs. Tourists and local residents come to the Guild Inn to enjoy its historic architectural walking tour and rustic woodland nature trail.
Guildwood Village has an active community association that produces its own newsletter as well as sponsoring various neighborhood events. One of these events is Guildwood Day, which is held in June and features a pancake breakfast, games, races, crafts, a parade along Guildwood Parkway and an evening barbeque.