Water Leak Detection Battle – Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!

ADI provide a non-invasive leak detection service for clients living anywhere in East Sussex, including Battle, utilizing only the very latest in leak detection tools and equipment like:

  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Acoustic Leak Detectors
  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracers
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Snake Cameras
  • Pipe Tracing Equipment
Battle Leak Detection Specialists

ADI are proud of the completely unobtrusive leak detection service that we provide and the cutting edge equipment and training we employ to make that happen for our customers. Our engineers can find the source of any leak anywhere in your home regardless of where it might be hidden. And a big part of what we do is focusing on customer satisfaction so we do our best to provide you with very competitive and clear pricing.

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At ADI we frequently work on the following types of projects:

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

Each one of our engineers has been trained to a very high standard and is equally highly qualified to work on any of these types of issues for you:

  • Central Heating Leak
  • Water Mains Leaks
  • Swimming Pool Leaks
  • Under Floor Leaks
  • Leaks Behind Walls
  • Pipe Tracing
Trace and Access Service Battle
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Leak Detection in Battle

You can hire ADI engineers to work on your issues if you’re living in Battle or any of these areas:

  • Brede
  • Catsfield
  • Cripps Corner
  • Crowhurst
  • Mountfield
  • Sedlescombe
  • Westfield
  • Whatlington

    Water Leak Detection Throughout Battle

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    About Battle

    Situated in the local government district of Rother, the civil parish and market town of Battle is best known for being the area of the infamous Battle of Hastings in 1066. King William the Conqueror was triumphant against the former King Harold II.

    Battle Abbey and Battlefield. The Battle Abbey and Battlefield is Grade-I and was where the Battle of Hastings initially took place, and the abbey was built to honor St. Martin of Tours. This historical attraction in Battle is one of the best, and the surrounding place is quite interesting and pleasant.

    Battle Museum of Local History. Suppose you want to learn the rich cultural history of Battle. In that case, the right spot to go is the Battle Museum of Local History, as various life and works are displayed in this area and valuable information about the town. This place should not be missed from a battle-ax used from the Battle of Hastings to various relics and charming quarters.
    Battle Brewery. The Battle Brewery is one of the finest drinking pubs in town, as you can create a vegan-friendly beer with no additives or enjoy a traditional and old-fashioned beer as you like. So many people gather in this spot as they have the best drinks in town and the people around this area are full of joy and happiness.

    Great Park Farm Nursery. The Great Park Farm Nursery is a family-run plant nursery and, at the same time, park for the family. From various vegetables, plants, and even fruits, a lot of the time, you will marvel at its abundance of produce. Their on-site café also provides delicious meals and tasty drinks that are fresh and savory.

    St Mary the Virgin Church. St Mary, the Virgin Church, is one of the oldest Christian churches not only in Battle but also in England. It was founded during A.D. 1115 and has been the center of worship for 900 years now, and this beautiful parish is set on a very beautiful piece of land that is solemn and tranquil. A visit here means you get to walk with some of Battle’s History.
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