Cannonball Pool and Spa is your answer for your pool and spa cleaning needs - Servicing Swimming Pools and Spas in Kailua and surrounding areas. We are also the Exclusive Distributor of the Guardian Pool Fence System for all the islands of Hawaii.
We are a family owned and operated business enabling us to present you the specialized pool cleaning services you deserve. If you ever have a question about your pool or our pool service just talk to the service tech cleaning your pool. We are here to please and take pride in our jobs and show it with our service and results.
In addition to our pool and spa cleaning services, our passion is to care after the families and children of Hawaii. We like to provide the piece of mind that all families deserve and need with their pools. With Guardian Pool Fence Systems of Hawaii, every pool fence installation is custom to that specific swimming pool. Our removable-mesh fencing systems come in a variety of styles and is built and installed to specifications of your pool area.
All Guardian pool safety fences are very attractive with strong transparent mesh material. They feature our patented self-closing, self-latching, key-locking gate.
The Australian manufacturer of MAGNA LATCH promotes the latch as "The World's Safest Gate Latch". We agree completely. Nothing we have seen in latching systems is even close to the quality of our pool gate latching system.
Guardian Pool Fencing Systems are designed to save the lives of infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Drowning, according to government statistics, is the No. 1 cause of accidental death among children under the age of 5 in California, Arizona and Florida.
In the United States, DROWNING is the second leading cause of accidental dealth in children under the age of 5. Only automobile accidents cause more deaths.
Swimming lessons are not enough to protect your young children. Just because your child has had swimming lessons, this doesn't mean they are "water safe". Adult supervision is still critical to the safety of infants and toddlers.(The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that "programs for infants and toddlers have not been shown to decrease the risk of drowning.")