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

In our time working as a national leak detection and repair provider ADI Leak Detection has been employed by a wide variety of customers in Flintshire and every other county in Wales. The one thing that is consistent with our customers is the loss, damage and trauma caused by serious underground water leaks.

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

All ADI engineers have access to the very latest in leak detection equipment – the most modern there is. This means that they can perform the most accurate and unobtrusive leak investigations possible on your property – and find any gas leak in the process. We’ll never need to dig holes and we work in a very time efficient manner also. This efficiency leads to us being able to offer our customers better value for money through our competitive pricing policy.

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ADI Leak Detection are regularly hired to work on:

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

We take training very seriously and that’s why each one of our engineers have been trained to an extremely high standard which allows them to work on any of these leak scenarios for you:

Central heating Trace And Access Flintshire
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Leak Detection in Flintshire

ADI services are available to residents of Flintshire and nearby areas such as:

  • Chester
  • Curzon Park
  • Handbridge
  • Lache
  • Pulford
  • Penyffordd
  • Broughton
    • Saltney
    • Connah's Quay
    • Shotton
    • Queensferry
    • Sealand
    • Garden City
    • Sandycroft
      • Hawarden
      • Ewloe
      • Mancot
      • Bagillt
      • Flint
      • Oakenholt
      • Flint Mountain
        • Buckley
        • Mold
        • Leeswood
        • Treuddyn
        • Llanarmon-yn-Ial
        • Caerwys
        • Northop Hall
          • Holywell
          • Milwr
          • Holway
          • Carmel
          • Lloc
          • Bryn Celyn
          • Greenfield
            • Halkyn
            • Lixwm
            • Talacre

            Water Leak Detection Throughout Flintshire

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            About Flintshire

            This is a county in North-East Wales, also known as the county of Flint. This county is known for its internet companies. However, there are also many remarkable places like:

            Plas Teg Jacobean Mansion. This magnificent Grade I listed mansion brought back to its former beauty. It’s a 17th-century mansion where several restorations made it more fascinating to people to truly go back in time. The mansion was built in 1610 and is known for having a lot of history to tell.

            About 400 years of history; suicides, deaths, dirty deeds, the mansion has seen many things. It is open to the public on Sundays and bank holidays and is said by many as the most haunted house in Wales. And though many would consider it as a haunted house, the mansion truly is a beautiful location. It’s very interesting and truly spectacular.
            Gladstone’s Library. This is probably the UK's finest library and among the top small conference destinations in North Wales. The library provides a very comfortable accommodation that comes with 26 rooms, all with en-suite facilities.

            All of the rooms come with Roberts radio and coffee or tea making facilities. The Gladstone Library has also been awarded a 4-star grading. That’s why it’s famous – making people want to come over.

            Flint Castle. This is the first-ever castle founded by Edward I’s campaign. This is to conquer Wales. This is a lovely place if you like views and have a picnic. There is not much activity to do, but it’s always nice to read about the castle’s history and have a walk around.

            It’s truly a hidden gem with picnic tables, free parking, and scenic views of the estuary and castle. Going in the sunshine is always a better day for the kids. That’s why the best time to visit is in the summer.