Water Leak Detection Harwich - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI Leak Detection provide a non-invasive leak detection service to clients across Essex, including Harwich, using the latest in leak detection technology such as:
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing Systems
- Gas Leak Detector
- Pipe Tracing Equipment
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Moisture Detectors
- Snake Cameras
Realizing that you have a leak somewhere on your property can be very disheartening. Worse again it can become very expensive if you don’t react to the issue straight away. ADI engineers use only state-of-the-art leak detection equipment on how to find leak in central heating system and at very competitive prices too. Our highly skilled engineers can locate any leak anywhere on your property – either above or below ground.
ADI Leak Detection regularly undertake the following types of work:
- Industrial and Commercial Leak Detection
- Insurance Related Work
- Residential And Domestic Leak Detection
We understand how much you value your property we only allow our engineers to work in the field once they’ve passed a series of certifications to prove their aptitude for the work. This means you can hire an ADI leak detection expert to work on these potential situations for you.
Leak Detection in Harwich
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Harwich and the following areas too:
- Little Oakley
- Great Oakley
- Stones Green
Water Leak Detection Throughout Harwich
Dovercourt Beach. Known for being a hot attraction in Harwich, Dovercourt Beach is famous for its shelving sand and shingle beaches that stretch for miles. The place is quite calm and peaceful and is not as crowded as you think, and the waves are safe enough for kids to enjoy the beach.
Harwich Redoubt Fort. Built during the 18th century, the Harwich Redoubt Fort is a circular fort used to defend Essex during the Napoleonic invasion. The building remains intact and has been improved over the years to serve as a building to commemorate the lost soldiers during that time. Inside the building lies various important information and pictures dating back to the early years of its life.
High Lighthouse.Standing at 90 feet, the High Lighthouse is a nine-sided tower built with grey gault brick. It was built during the early 19th century to help guide passing ships and boats and has since been one of their top attractions in town. The tower is very picturesque, a reminder that architects during that time are good at what they do—a lovely pleasant tower overlooking the town.
Beacon Hill Fort. The Beacon Hill Fort was built to further strengthen the Harwich port's defense and is considered one of the finest historical monuments in town. The site is still full of artilleries and gun emplacements. Walking here feels like you are at war back in the days—a great building with a rich historical background.