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

ADI Leak Detection provide a non-invasive leak detection service for all of Gloucestershire, including Dursley, using only ultra modern leak detection equipment such as:

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

The fact that our engineers have access to the latest in leak detection technology means that they can operate in a truly unobtrusive way when working to find a leak on your property. Our equipment is so sophisticated it can find leaks even if they’re behind walls or several feet underground. And the final benefit for our customers is that working efficiently means we can offer superb value for money for the quality of service we provide.

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ADI Leak Detection regularly work on the following types of issues:

  • Industrial and Commercial Leaks
  • Domestic and Residential Leaks
  • Insurance Related Issues
Water Mains Leak Detection Dursley

ADI have a rigorous training program which each of our engineers must complete before they can become certified and work in the field. This means that any one of our engineers can work on the following issues for you:

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

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

  • Ashmead Green
  • Bull Pitch
  • Cam
  • Coaley
  • Norman Hill
  • North Nibley
    • Owlpen
    • Sandpits
    • Stancombe
    • Stinchcombe
    • Tilsdown
    • Uley
      • Upper Wick
      • Wick
      • Woodfield
      • Woodmancote

        Water Leak Detection Throughout Dursley

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        About Dursley

        Dursley is a market town in Southern Gloucestershire, situated between the cities of Bristol and Gloucester. It is under the northeast flank of Stinchcombe Hill, and about 3 ¾ miles southeast of the River Severn. With the countryside surrounding Dursley providing plenty of scenic walks including footpaths over Stinchcombe Hill, Cam Peak, and Cam Long Down, the town is definitely a fantastic place to explore by walking, which is why the town has a Walkers are Welcome status and holds its own Walking Festival every October. It also offers a great range of amenities, from shops, places to eat and drink, and attractions.

        The King’s Head

        The King’s Head is a restaurant and bar offering an extensive menu comprising of Evening A la Carte, a Lunch Menu, and a Sunday Lunch Menu. The King’s Head is located at 53 Parsonage Street and is open from Thursday to Sunday. For enquiries, call 01453619182.

        The Old Spot

        The Old Spot is an 18th century pub with low ceilings and a beer garden offering classic and modern dishes. It also showcases brewing memorabilia. The pub is located at 2 Hill Road in Dursley and is open from 12 to 11pm daily. For enquiries, call 01453542870.
        Sainsbury’s

        Sainsbury’s offers a wide range of groceries and household goods available for in-store shopping, in-store pick-up, and delivery. The supermarket is situated along Castle Street and is open from 7am to 10pm from Monday to Saturday and 10am until 4pm on Sunday.

        Cam Peak

        Cam Peak is a national reserve located at Cotswold Way in Cam, Dursley. The reserve is a spectacular place to visit for a walk, offering expansive views of Dursley. Cam Peak is a nice and easy countryside walk for all levels of fitness.

        Cam Long Down

        Cam Long Down is part of the Cotswold Path. It shares a car park with Cam Peak. To take this path, simply keep to the left of Cam Peak and walk up the wide path or through the high-sided softer path on the path.
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