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

ADI Leak Detection provide non-invasive leak detection for towns across Greater Manchester, including Wigan, using the most cutting-edge leak detection technology available right now:
  • Snake Cameras
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Pipe Tracing Equipment
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Acoustic Leak Detectors
  • Natural Gas Leak Detector
ADI Engineers & Customer Service Team Awaiting Your Call
Each leak detection investigation that our engineers carry out is completely non-destructive so you don’t need to worry about your property being damaged. We also work to find your leak within one working day so that we can keep your costs down and return your home or business to normal as quickly as is humanly possible.

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The services of ADI engineers are regularly engaged to work on:

  • Industrial & Commercial Leaks
  • Residential & Domestic Leaks
  • Insurance Based Work
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Wigan
At ADI we know that you can’t sit still and that you always need to keep your eye on the ball – that’s why we invest so much money in training and equipment for our team members. It also gives our customers the freedom to call us to deal with any of these situations:
Central heating Trace And Access Wigan
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Leak Detection in Wigan

ADI engineers are happy to call to customers in Wigan or the following areas also:
  • Abram
  • Appley Bridge
  • Ashton-in-Makerfield
  • Aspull
  • Bamfurlong
  • Beech Hill
  • Bickershaw
  • Billinge
  • Chapel House
  • Dalton
  • Garswood
  • Goose Green
  • Haigh
  • Hawkley Hall
  • Higher End
  • Hindley
  • Hindley Green
  • Holland Moor
  • Ince
  • Marsh Green
  • Newburgh
  • Newtown
  • Orrell
  • Parbold
  • Pemberton
  • Platt Bridge
  • Roby Mill
  • Shevington
  • Southway
  • Springfield
  • Standish
  • Swinley
  • Wigan
  • Winstanley
  • Worsley Hall
  • Worsley Mesnes
  • Wrightington
  • Water Leak Detection Throughout Wigan

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    About Wigan

    Wigan has a museum named the Museum of Wigan Life. It was formerly known as the Wigan Central Library. This museum was officially opened in 1878. It was also revamped in 2009. As part of its revamp program, Wigan Pier was among the places to be revitalized since 2019. On the industrial side, there are mills that were used in the olden days. The Trencherfield Mill was established in 1907. It is a heritage building that showcases the industrial stages of the town. It has some steam engines that are over 100 years old. These engines were revamped by Heritage Lottery Fun to give them a good look and functionality. It is used to attract local and international tourists. The whole of the wider borough has about 216 buildings, but only 125 are listed in Wigan. There is the Mab’s Cross which is a monument based in Wigan. However, there are more monuments in the wider borough, but only this one is scheduled in Wigan. It is a monument made of medieval stone that dates back to the 13 th century. There is also Mesnes Park which was officially launched in 1878. The designer of the par, McClean, was a winner of a competition which was held to help find the best designer.