Water Leak Detection Buckingham – Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!

ADI provide a non-invasive leak detection service for the whole Buckinghamshire region, including Buckingham, using ultramodern and truly innovative leak detection technology such as the following:

  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing
  • Moisture Detection Units
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Snake Cameras
  • Gas Leak Detector
  • Pipe Tracing Equipment
Buckingham Leak Detection Specialists

Our leak detection teams have access to the very best in leak detection equipment which in turn allows them to find the source of any leak on your property with pinpoint accuracy. It also gives your engineers the ability to conduct a truly unobtrusive leak investigation on your property to the point where you’ll probably forget we’re even working in the background. And because we work with such a high level of efficiency we can pass this on to you, our customers, in the form of great pricing.

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At ADI we regularly undertake the following:

  • Domestic and Residential Leak Detection
  • Industrial and Commercial Leak Detection
  • Insurance Work
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Buckingham

Due to the fact that our engineers use such sophisticated equipment they also have to be trained to a very high standard to operate this same equipment. For our customers it means they can call us safe in the knowledge that we can deal with:

Trace and Access Service Buckingham
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Leak Detection in Buckingham

Our central heating repairs service is available to customers living in Buckingham and the following close-by areas:

  • Adstock
  • Chackmore
  • Gawcott
  • Mixbury
  • Finmere
  • Foscote
  • Thornborough
  • Tingewick

    Water Leak Detection Throughout Buckingham

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    About Buckingham

    Buckingham is a market town in Buckinghamshire, England situated close to the borders of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire. There are three main roads crossing Buckingham, namely the A413, the A421 (the southern bypass), and the A422. Typical of market town, Buckingham offers a number of stores, pubs, restaurants, and attractions for homeowners and visitors. Capability Brown is an important attraction in the village, which is in the care of the National Trust.

    White Hart

    White Hart is a hotel with a pub located at Market Square in Buckingham. It offers a wide-ranging menu and a friendly, family friendly atmosphere. White Hart is ideal for visitors, as it makes a perfect base when exploring the market town. For enquiries, call 01280815151.

    Louis’ Place

    Louis’ Place is a restaurant that offers a range of food and drinks, including pizza, cocktails, and craft. The restaurant is located 53-54 Nelson Street in Buckingham. Louis’ Place caters to dine-in, takeaway, and delivery. For enquiries, call 01280815556.
    Waitrose & Partners Buckingham

    Waitrose & Partners Buckingham sells fresh British produce, groceries and baked goods including own-brand items available for in-store purchase, in-store pick-up, and delivery. The supermarket is located at High Street in Meadow Walk, Buckingham. Waitrose & Partners is open starting 8ma until 8pm from Monday until Saturday and 10am until 4pm on Sunday. For delivery, call 01280813479.

    Nelson’s Local

    Nelson’s Local offers baked, fresh, and packaged goods, plus alcohol. The store is located at 40-41 Nelson St in Buckingham and is open starting at 6:30am until 10:30pm during weekdays and 6:30am until 11pm during the weekend.

    Buckingham Old Gaol

    Buckingham Old Gaol is a museum situated along Market Hill in Buckingham. The museum is housed in an old jail and holds various exhibits that tell the history of Buckingham. Its featured exhibits include The Lenborough Hoard and The Flora Thompson Collection. Bucking Old Gaol is open from Monday to Saturday starting 10am until 4pm. For enquiries, call 01280823020.
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