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

ADI provide a 100% non-invasive leak detection service for residents and companies in Derbyshire, including Somercotes. Our highly trained engineers also only ever use the most advanced technology such as:

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

ADI are one of the very few leak detection companies in the United Kingdom who can offer you a truly non-invasive leak detection survey. We’re also one of the very few companies who can find up to 98% of internal or external leak of your home within a single working day. We work very efficiently to ensure that you receive the best possible value for money.

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ADI are regularly asked to work on tasks such as:

  • Insurance Work
  • Residential And Domestic Leaks
  • Commercial and Industrial Leaks
Water Mains Leak Detection Somercotes

At ADI we’re always looking at the big picture so we’re always looking at ways to improve what we do. This obviously means a large investment in both training time and updated equipment but it means our customers can rely on ADI to handle:

  • Swimming Pool Leak Detection
  • Leaks Inside Walls
  • Water Mains Leak Detection
  • Central Heating Leak Detection
  • Under Floor Leak Detection
Central heating Trace And Access Somercotes
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Leak Detection in Somercotes

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

  • Sector 1: Swanwick
  • Sectors 2 and 3: Alfreton, South Normanton
  • Sector 4: Riddings, Greenhill Lane, Leabrooks, Somercotes
  • Sector 5: Tibshelf, Newton, Blackwell, Hilcote
  • Sector 6: Wessington, Higham, Stonebroom, Morton, Shirland
  • Sector 7: Alfreton, South Wingfield

Water Leak Detection Throughout Somercotes

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About Somercotes

Somercotes is a village and civil parish in the district of Amber Valley in the English county of Derbyshire, close to the border with Nottinghamshire. The former mining village, once surrounded by more than five pits, has urbanized through the years and now has numerous shops, pubs, food outlets, and other businesses. The village also features industrial areas at Cotes Park and Birchwood, as well agricultural land, and a small nature reserve at Pennytown Ponds. We have selected three places of interest and shops that you shouldn’t miss when visiting Somercotes, read about them below.

Clover Nook Industrial Estate

Clover Nook Industrial Estate is a popular industrial estate that comprises of industrial and warehouse units with on-site parking for tenants. The estate is based in the village of Somercotes, two miles from Alfreston.

Monk Road Industrial Estate

Monk Road Industrial Estate is an industrial estate that comprises of industrial and warehouse units for rent. The estate is situated north of Somercotes.
Birchwood Equestrian Centre

Birchwood Equestrian Centre is an equestrian facility located at 140 Birchwood Ln, Somercotes. It is an ideal location for anyone thinking of taking equestrian lessons, as its staff are highly commended for their good quality service. For more information, please call 0177 360 4305.

The Range, Somercotes

The Range, Somercotes is a chain retailer selling home, garden, and leisure products including furniture and kitchen equipment. The store is located at Unit 3, Nottingham Rd, Somercotes. For more information, please call 0177 360 2950.

Golden Valley Light Railway

Golden Valley Light Railway is a museum located at Ripley, Alfterton. It is approximately 2.7 miles away from Somercotes via B6016 and Newlands Rd. The railway’s running line is almost a mile in length and operates as one of the attractions at the Midland Railway - Butterley. Steam and diesel hauled trains run through the Country Park and end at the Newlands Inn Station which overlooks the disused Cromford Canal.
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