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

ADI Leak Detection provide their non-invasive leak detection services to customers right across the Derbyshire, including Ilkeston, using the most advanced leak detection technology available such as:

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

Most business or domestic property owners make the unfortunate mistake of ignoring a gas leak when they first find the signs of one. Then several months later they wake up one morning to Niagra Falls flowing down through their ceiling or just pooled on their floors. That’s why you should bring in the leak detection experts at ADI – we can help you prevent the Niagra Falls scenario from ever happening.

The level of technology that our engineers deploy during their investigations is second-to-none and allows us to work very efficiently in finding the source of your leak. For our customers this means we can offer extremely competitive pricing for the very high standard of work that we carry out.

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ADI Leak Detection are available to work on the following:

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

Every single one of our engineers have been trained and equipped to the highest possible standard. For our customers this means they can call us safe in the knowledge that we can deal with any of the following:

  • Water Mains Leak Detection
  • Leaks Located Inside Walls
  • Pipe Tracing Services
  • Under Floor Leak Detection
  • Central Heating Leak Detection
  • Swimming Pool Leak Detection
Central heating Trace And Access Ilkeston
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Leak Detection in Ilkeston

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

  • Horsley Woodhouse
  • Ilkeston
  • Morley
  • West Hallam

Water Leak Detection Throughout Ilkeston

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About Ilkeston

Ilkeston is a small market town located in the Borough of Erewash, Derbyshire in England. It overlooks the Erewash Valley and all other spots in town. It got its Market Charter in 1252, and from there, there is already a weekly annual and market fair. Here are the best places in town.

  • NatWest Hole. This architectural building is known for its one-of-a-kind masterpiece that attracts visitors all the time. It is known as the genuine landmark and the Ilkeston Institution. It is a true monument to the architectural ingenuity and abilities of the Erewash Building and Design Committee. With that, expect that visiting the place will let you experience long queues. This is a must-try for family getaways, for kids and adults could not get enough.

  • Erewash Museum. This is a local museum and art gallery that comes with a wide range of programs. Many family activities are free to avail, and it comes with a tea room on-site to accommodate visitors.

    The museum may be small, but every time you visit, you will get new learnings. Visiting the museum is a great way to learn more about the local history of the town and area. The cafe also serves tasty foods at a reasonable price.
  • Ilkeston War Memorial. To most residents of Ilkeston, one way of remembering those who fought and died for their freedom and long may it continue is visiting their War Memorial. It can be found at the far end of the marketplace when you're from Bath Street.

    Ilkeston War Memorial has a common architectural type surrounded by railings and stone bollards. It honors and remembers the names of the fallen Ilkeston heroes from WWI, as well as those who fought for WWII, on the other hand.

  • Benner Viaduct. This place is known to be a historic site and landmark in Ilkeston. The Viaduct stands proud though it's not done and completed. It was designed by Richard Johnson and Samuel Abbott and recognized as Grade 2 construction constructed in 1878. Today, it's possible to walk across and witness the stunning views. It is quite something to walk along the top that takes your breath away during the first visit.
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