Water Leak Detection Haddenham – Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI Leak Detection provide a non-invasive leak detection service to clients across Buckinghamshire, including Haddenham, using the latest in leak detection technology such as:
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing Systems
- Gas Leak Detector
- Pipe Tracing Equipment
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Moisture Detectors
- Snake Cameras
Realizing that you have a leak somewhere on your property can be very disheartening. Worse again it can become very expensive if you don’t react to the issue straight away. ADI engineers use only state-of-the-art leak detection equipment on how to find leak in central heating system and at very competitive prices too. Our highly skilled engineers can locate any leak anywhere on your property – either above or below ground.
ADI Leak Detection regularly undertake the following types of work:
- Industrial and Commercial Leak Detection
- Insurance Related Work
- Residential And Domestic Leak Detection
We understand how much you value your property we only allow our engineers to work in the field once they’ve passed a series of certifications to prove their aptitude for the work. This means you can hire an ADI leak detection expert to work on these potential situations for you.
Leak Detection in Haddenham
ADI are happy to provide our services to residents of Haddenham and the following areas:
- Aston Sandford
- Butler's Cross
- Great and Little Kimble
- Nash Lee
Water Leak Detection Throughout Haddenham
The Kings Head
The Kings Head is a pub located at 52 High Street that serves a great range of classic, homecooked pub food alongside a great range of drinks including draught beer, cask ales, wines, gins, and other spirits. For enquiries, call 01844292903.
The Rising Sun
The Rising Sun is a pub located at 9 Thame Road. It serves six rotating real ales, craft beers, and a great selection of gin. They also hold a weekly quiz every Tuesday. For enquiries, call 1844291744.
Morrisons Daily is a convenience store offering a range of groceries as well as household goods for in-store shopping. The store is located at 1-3 Banks Parade in Haddenham and is open every day from 6am until 10pm.
St Mary’s Church
St Mary’s Church is an Episcopal church located at Church End in Haddenham. The church’s grounds feature the much beloved Haddenham Duck Pond, which served as a filming location for The Great Muppet Caper in 1981. St Mary’s Church currently conducts live-streamed services.
Turn End is a botanical garden located at Townside in Haddenham. It is one of the three houses designed and built in the 1960s by architect Peter Aldington. The Aldington continue to live in the house; however, you can still visit the place during public events or by booking a group visit by appointment to the garden. To book an appointment or a group visit, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.