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

ADI Leak Detection provide non-invasive leak detection for customers across Derbyshire, including Heanor, using the most modern in leak detection technology like:

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

The best time to call ADI to have a look at your gas leak is when you first spot any signs of trouble. Our engineers can then deploy the right pieces of equipment to track down the source of the leak and have your life or your business back to normal in no time. We can achieve all of this without having to drill a single hole and you even get great value for money thrown in too.

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ADI Leak Detection are regularly hired to work on

  • Residential Leaks
  • Commercial Leaks
  • Insurance Based Work
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Heanor

In order that ADI can provide the best possible leak detection service to all of our UK based clients we are constantly revising our training and equipment to make sure it both meets and exceeds current standards. As an ADI customer it means you can rely on our teams to deal with the following for you:

Central heating Trace And Access Heanor
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Leak Detection in Heanor

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

  • Heanor
  • Loscoe
  • Shipley

Water Leak Detection Throughout Heanor

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About Heanor

Heanor is a parish that formed a local board of health to give services to the town. Today, Heanor is a market town located in Derbyshire that is very close to the Nottinghamshire border. Here are the best places to visit in this town.

  • Shipley Country Park. This estate is an old manor mentioned in the Domesday Book. This park is a steep wooded hill bordering the west and south of the town. It has three lakes around and its riding school. It was also a place for rigorous open-pit mining that became the National Coal Board right before restoring the county council in the 1970s.

  • Heanor Antiques Center. This is home to two hundred independent antique dealers that offer a wide range of collectables and antiques. This shop is open every day, except for boxing days and Christmas. There are four floors inside that include a variety of items and lots of goodies. Furthermore, they offer it at a very reasonable price, so it’s a great deal.
  • St. Luke’s Church. This is a modern church that was built completely in 1938. Today, St. Luke’s Church is in a joint parish with St. Anne’s Parish. And though this church is old, many are still amazed at how it is preserved.

  • Heanor Memorial Park. This park is an award-winning park created to commemorate brave soldiers who fought in World War II. This memorial park was raised after the war, standing still in front of the St. Lawrence Church.

    Today, they are planning to create something different about this memorial park. Something that would let anyone remember the soldiers who have died, and at the same time, give something to make the community wider.
  • Dinky Dinos Soft Play. Dinky Dinos is one of the best soft play centres in Heanor. Children would love to be there. Not only is it clean, but it offers kids a wide array of activities of different ages. There is also a café that offers a large food selection and also drinks at a reasonable price.

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