Water Leak Detection Haslington - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI gas leak detection provide a non invasive leak detection service for the entire Cheshire, including Haslington, using such ultra advanced leak detection equipment as:
- Acoustic Leak Detectors
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Moisture Detectors
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing
- Snake Cameras
- Pipe Tracing Equipment
Ignoring the first signs of a leak on your property isn’t a smart thing to do – the problem could get far worse with almost no warning. The smart thing to do is ring ADI leak detection and have our engineers examine the problem for you – we can find any leak regardless of it having an internal or external source. We’re able to work so efficiently that we can pass this on to you as savings when it comes to your final bill – we’re sure you’ll find our pricing is very competitive.
ADI engineers are regularly hired to work on the following types of projects:
- Commercial and Industrial Leak Detection
- Insurance Related Work
- Residential and Domestic Leak Detection
ADI invest large amounts of money into the training and equipping of our staff to ensure that our customers receive only the very best in leak detection services from our engineers. You can rest assured that any one of our team can work on the following issues:
Leak Detection in Haslington
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Haslington and the following areas too:
- Crewe (north)
Water Leak Detection Throughout Haslington
Major landmarks in Haslington
- Haslington Hall: It is a timber-framed house with a structure dating as far as 1480. Notable residents to have inhabited the home include the first director of the Women’s Royal Air Force, Air Commodore Felicity Peake and dairy millionaire Tony Vernon.
- Hawk inn: This is the main road through the village. It dates as far as the 17th century. Its most significant features include carved woodwork on the exteriors and interiors. It was once used for stabling horses.
- Old house: It is located almost immediately across from the Hawk inn. It dates as far back as the17th century and is a grade 2 listed building. Formerly they were two houses sharing a wall. The wall was then demolished to form a single dwelling.
- St Mathew’s Church: The church was built in two phases, the west part in 1810 and the east region in 1909. The west part is built in a simple brick structure with an arched door and windows. The east part has incorporated a seven-light east window.