Bathroom Leak Detection

Bathroom leak detection is a service offered by ADI Leak Detection, your reliable and expert plumbing company.

We have extensive experience and expertise in tracing the source of bathroom water leaks using non-destructive solutions.

By choosing our professional bathroom leak detection service, you can trust that we will efficiently identify and fix leaks in your bathroom, shower or toilet!

Bathroom Leak detection

Our Engineers Check for Bathroom Leaks In The Most Common Places


Shower Leaks

Showers are a common area for leaks to occur, especially around the shower head, handles, taps, mixer taps, tile, grout or silicone sealant in the shower enclosure.

Our experts will use techniques including shower tray flood testing, tracer gases and pressure testing to find leaks in shower doors, water feed pipes to the shower, the shower tray or shower enclosur .


Bathtub Leaks

Bathtubs can also develop leaks, often due to worn-out seals, silicone or faulty plumbing connections.

We can thoroughly examine your bathtub for any signs of leaks, carrying out tests such as a fluorescent dye test.

Wastewater pipes are a common leak location on baths.


Bathroom Floor Leaks

Our team can use advanced leak detection methods including thermal imaging and tracer gas leak testing to pinpoint the source of the leak under bathroom flooring.

Slow water leaks under bathroom floors cause water damage to joists under the flooring which can lead to further structural problems along with damage to the ceiling and room below.


Tiling Leaks

Damaged or improperly installed tiles can allow water to penetrate and cause leaks. Our professionals will inspect your bathroom wall and floor tiles to identify the precise leak location.

Toilet Leaks

A leaking toilet can waste a significant amount of water, potentially causing damage to your bathroom flooring. Our experts can identify toilet leaks, whether it’s a faulty toilet flapper valve, fill valve, or any other component ff your toilet.

A toilet leak can cause a high water bill as the water leaks from the toilet cistern down the toilet.


Tap Leaks

Leaking taps waste water but are easy to look for but are under constant pressure from the water supply pipe.

Leaking taps can be fixed by a local plumber replacing the O-ring.


Sink Leaks

Leaky sinks can be caused by worn-out seals, silicone or loose plumbing connections.

Our team will thoroughly examine your sink and test your bathroom plumbing pipework for any leaks.

We repair leaks in bathroom pipes, preventing further water damage to your bathroom and property.


Towel Rail Leaks

Heated Towel rails can leak from the fittings at the bottom of the radiator, from corrosion or from a loose bleed valve. Your central heating system would lose pressure causing your boiler to display an error code.

Bathroom Leak Detection Methods

We use advanced leak detection methods to accurately identify bathroom leaks;

dye leak testing

Flourencent Dye

Our technicians use specialized dye to detect hidden leaks in plumbing fixtures and pipes. 

The dye will reveal any area of leaking grout or silicone helping us accurately locate the source of the leak.

Moisture Meter Trace And Access Leak Detection

Moisture Meters

Moisture meters are used by our plumbers to measure the moisture content in different materials, such as walls, floors, and ceilings. 

By detecting moisture levels above normal, we can pinpoint areas of interest for our investigation.

Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging

Utilizing advanced thermal imaging technology, we can identify temperature variations that indicate water leaks. Thermal imaging is a non-invasive method allows us to quickly detect hidden leaks behind walls or under floors.

Borescope Device

Borescope Cameras

Borescope cameras allow us to access hard-to-reach areas in the room, such as pipes and waste water drains, to visually inspect for leaks or other plumbing issues. 

This method provides a clear view of the problem areas, enabling accurate detection and prompt repairs.

Tracer Gas Leak detection Equipment

Tracer Gases

Tracer gas leak testing involves introducing a harmless gas into the water supply pipes to detect leaks. Gas sniffers are then used to detect the location of any gas escaping from the pipe.

Pressure testing A Plumbing system to find a water leak

Pressure Testing

Pressure testing involves pressurizing the plumbing system to identify if a leak exists.

 By monitoring the pressure gauge, our experts can determine if there are any leaks in the pipework.

Our Accreditation’s

We pride ourselves on our experience and expertise in bathroom leak detection. Our team of professional plumbers are highly trained and certified in the latest techniques. We provide reliable and efficient solutions to locate bathroom leaks, ensuring the integrity and safety of your property.

WIAPS - The Water Industry Approved Plumbers' Scheme
CIPHE - Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering
National register for approved plumbing businesses


Call the Bathroom Leak Detection Specialists To Find The Leak In Your Bathroom


Here at ADI Leak Detection, our engineers are located across the United Kingdom, ready to help you anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales.

We have hundreds of 5* Trustpilot reviews for our services. ADI is proud to be a CIPHE, WIAPS & are Watersafe accredited company.

Look no further than ADI Leak Detection when you have a hidden leak in your bathroom & require a leak detective with experience!