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

Being the top leak detection company in Cambridgeshire, ADI are the number one choice for leak detection work in the Burwell area. Our team of highly skilled and qualified engineers are supplied with a whole range of specialised leak detection equipment including:

Burwell Leak Detection Specialists

By give our team access to this specialised leak detection equipment we are making sure that every engineer can get the job done. We will be able to detect all types of internal and external leaks. We aim to keep the impact of our work to the bare minimum, and cause as little disruption to your premises as possible, by working in an entirely non-intrusive fashion.

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We can quote a price for all kinds of leak detection work including:

  • Commercial Leak Detection
  • Insurance Related Projects
  • Residential Leak Detection
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Burwell

The cutting edge leak detection techniques we employ, combined with specialist equipment, means we can tackle all types of leak detection work including:

  • Central Heating Problems
  • Leaks inside Walls
  • Water Mains Leaks
  • Swimming Pool Leaks
  • Leaks under Floors
Trace and Access Service Burwell
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Leak Detection in Burwell

ADI offer the very best leak detection service available in the Burwell area. People living in the local regions close to Burwell we can help also, and this includes:

  • Cottenham (parts of)
  • Landbeach
  • Rampton
  • Burwell
  • Swaffham Bulbeck
  • Swaffham Prior
  • Stow-Cum-Quy
  • Bottisham
    • Lode
    • Waterbeach
    • Horningsea
    • Chittering

      Water Leak Detection Throughout Burwell

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      About Burwell

      Burwell is a village and civil parish in Cambridgeshire, England, some 10 miles north-east of Cambridge. It lies on the east edge of the Fens. The village’s name is Anglo-Saxon in origin and refers to a port (burh) close to a spring (-well). Burwell can mainly be accessed by road along the B1102 Cambridge to Mildenhall road, which runs the length of the village with Newmarket.

      Being one of the larger and older villages, Burwell offers an array of amenities for its residents and visitors. From shops, places to eat and drink, outdoor recreational facilities and historical attractions, there’s something for everyone at Burwell.

      The Anchor

      The Anchor is a family- and dog-friendly gastropub set in a 18th century village inn. It serves seasonal British food alongside an excellent selection of drinks including fine wine. The Anchor is located at 63 North Street in Burwell and is open for dine-in and delivery. For enquiries, call 01638743970.
      Five Bells

      Five Bells is a traditional pub located at 44 High Street in Burwell. The pub offers a wide-ranging menu that serves home cooked food alongside a quality range of drinks and rotating ales. Five Bells offers a welcoming and dog-friendly environment, two separate dining areas, and outside seating areas including a large, enclosed garden to the rear with children’s play equipment. For enquiries, call 01638 741404.

      Mr. Cricket Hockey

      Mr. Cricket Hockey is a sporting goods store located at Newnham Lane in Burwell. The store is open for in-store shopping, in-store pick-up, and delivery 10am until 6pm from Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm on Saturday. For enquiries, call 01638741611.

      Burwell Museum and Windmill

      Burwell Museum and Windmill is located along Mill Close in Burwell. The museum is situated among beautifully preserved historic farming buildings and holds various exhibits that tell the story of Burwell. For enquiries, call 01638605544.

      Burwell Castle

      Burwell Castle is a historical landmark and attraction situated at Spring Close in Burwell. The castle was built in 1143 by Stephen I of England. The grounds feature remaining earth works, a large mound, and a moat, making it popular among dog-walkers and is the perfect place to take a stroll.
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