Water Leak Detection Whitehaven - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!

ADI provide a completely non-invasive leak detection service for customers all over Cumbria, including Whitehaven, using cutting edge leak detection technology such as the following:

  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing Systems
  • Snake Cameras
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Natural Gas Leak Detector
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Pipe Tracing Equipment
ADI Engineers & Customer Service Team Awaiting Your Call

Because our engineers have access to such sophisticated equipment it means they’re able to operate very efficiently in locating the source of your leak. So efficient in fact that they can find the source of any leak ,in more than 90% of cases, in a single working day. This high level of efficiency means we can offer you, our customers, very competitive pricing for the high quality work we perform.

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ADI engineers are available for hire to work on projects such:

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

At ADI we care about how happy our customers are with our service so we’re constantly working to improve what we do by investing in the latest leak detection in London equipment and by providing ongoing training for our staff. As our customer it means you can ring us in confidence that we can deal with these issues for you:

Central heating Trace And Access Whitehaven
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Leak Detection in Whitehaven

ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Whitehaven and the following areas too:

  • Whitehaven
  • Sandwith
  • Hensingham

Water Leak Detection Throughout Whitehaven

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About Whitehaven

Whitehaven serves as a port area and a town on Cumbria's western coast. It has major attractions such as the Beacon Museum. This museum is located between the old mines and the harbor. In the museum, visitors get to learn more about this town and the wider part of Copeland. It has a mix of stations that display artifacts such as Victorian maritime technology and Viking Silver.

The Harbour in Whitehaven was established in this town in the 17th century. The main purpose of the harbor was to streamline the coal trade in the area. There is a coal wharf, the Old Quay, which is the oldest standing. It was established in 1634.

The harbor was later on expanded. This expansion happened 200 years later, and it gave it the current design of piers and its long moles that extend to the sea. While on the West Strand, you can trek back to the town. You will get past the Beacon museum and walk along the Old Quay.

There is also the St. James Church. It is a neoclassical church located on High Street. The interiors of the church are beautiful since it takes the Rococo style. Lastly, there is Castle Park in this town.