Water Leak Detection Specialists In Southampton
The Solution When A Plumber Can’t Find Your Water Leak!
Are You Concerned That You Might Have A Hidden Water Leak?
We Aim To Find & Repair Your Leak In Southampton On The Same Day!
We Aim To Find & Repair Your Leak In Southampton On The Same Day!
ADI Leak Detection is the original specialist Leak detection company in the United Kingdom, and we will get to the bottom of the problem for you quickly. Worrying is not going to solve the problem, taking action is.
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No matter if your water leak is on a Central Heating System, Water Mains, Hot or Cold Feed Pipe, Drains, your Swimming Pool or if your boiler is losing pressure then we are ready to help…
Central Heating Leak Detection
When most of our customers call us, they are worried and concerned because they believe they have a leak somewhere in their central heating system. Either the pressure in the system keeps dropping, or the heating won't turn on at all. Whatever the reason, our customers know they need professional help, and they know they need it urgently.
Leak Detection for Central Heating is the number one reason our customers call us. The good news is that we have the expertise, the knowledge and the specialist equipment to find your leak for you. And in most cases, you do not need to worry about the cost of our service because our trace and access service will be covered by your home insurance policy, although we always advise our clients to confirm this with their provider to avoid any nasty shocks.
Trace and Access
The insurance industry always provides its customers with a booklet of terms and conditions, and in virtually all policies, there is a section entitled trace and access. Trace and Access is industry terminology for the water leak detection process.
It is in the insurance companies' interest to find a leak as quickly as possible in order to minimise the scale of any damage caused as a consequence, which is why all good quality home insurance policies will offer Trace and access as standard.
Low Boiler Pressure
Most central heating and hot water systems use a pressurised system to force the heated water around the home. When the pressure drops, so does the system's efficiency, and unfortunately, when your boiler pressure continues to drop regardless of how often you top it up, this is a strong signal that you have some form of a hidden leak. The problem is that even a tiny leak can cause the pressure to drop - Have you ever opened a bottle of carbonated water and heard the air rushing to escape? This is precisely what happens when your central heating system develops a leak, but the source of these leaks is not necessarily obvious.
That is where ADI Leak Detection comes in. We use a range of specialist and, in some cases, proprietary tools to pinpoint the leak with absolute certainty. The biggest issue is finding the leak first; once we know where the leak originates, repairing it is typically a relatively straightforward process.
Swimming Pool Leak Detection
When you are looking at installing a swimming pool, very few people ever discuss or even think about what happens when the pool develops a leak. Unfortunately, with such a large volume of water and the ever changeable weather conditions in most cases when it comes to swimming pool leaks, it is likely to be a question of if not when. Our advice is always to be prepared with a reputable specialist leak detection company on standby.
At ADI Leak Detection, we specialise in swimming pool leak detection. We have PADI scuba divers who can enter the pool and search for the leak when there is still water in the pool. Our engineers frequently tell us that there is nothing better than finding a leak where other companies have failed. The biggest secret about finding a swimming pool leak is having a comprehensive understanding of how swimming pool leaks develop. ADI Leak Detection and our team of specialist engineers will find your swimming pool leak fast - Don't delay call us today.
Underground Water Mains Leak Detection
ADI Leak Detection is a specialist leak detection company, and wherever your leak is occurring, we can find it, even if it is in the underground water mains. Many homeowners are shocked to discover that they are responsible for any water leaks in the water mains. They wrongfully assume that the water company will cover it.
A simple rule of thumb is that if the leak is within the boundaries of your property, then it is your responsibility to fix it. Time is of the essence when it comes to underground water mains leak detection due to the sheer volume of water involved. The water can cause issues with the structure of your property and could even erode away the foundations. As soon as you have any inclination that you may need a water mains leak detection service , contact ADI Leak Detection on 0800 731 3843
Underfloor Heating Leak Detection
Underfloor heating is one of the best investments anyone can make to upgrade their home. Waking up on a cold winter's morning does not seem so bad when your foot lands on a lovely warm floor. Unfortunately, when a leak develops, it can be a considerable challenge to find where the leak is coming from. You do not want to lift any more tiles than possible, which is where our specialist expertise comes into play. In fact, using our services could even save you money, hassle, and a lot of stress. We cannot highlight the importance of taking urgent action, which is why we advise you to call us today so that we can get to the source of the problem as a matter of urgency.
Drainage Leak DetectionIt is an easy but expensive mistake to assume that leaks in your drainage system are not as damaging as in the water supply. Leaking drains can cause nasty lingering smells, extensive damage to your property and can be some of the most challenging leaks to locate.
Another complication is that many of these types of leaks occur underground, making the problem even more difficult to rectify. Our drainage leak detection service can find your leak quickly and efficiently. Using both internal and external CCTV technology, we can typically pinpoint the source of the leak.
ADI Leak Detection - FAQ’s
How much does your water leak detection service cost?
This is one of the first questions many people ask us and is another problem we have set out to resolve. Rather than charging an hourly rate, ADI Leak Detection charges one standard daily price. This gives our customers confidence that there will be no surprises, and it also ensures that our engineers are not under any time constraints or rushing to finish a specified number of jobs every day. They are given the time to do the job properly and professionally, giving you complete peace of mind.
How long does the leak tracing process take?
Every leak is different; every property presents a new challenge, which means that there is no easy answer to this question. However, having searched for and located thousands of leaks over the years, the average time it takes to complete our leak detection process, from start to finish, is about four to six hours. Upon completion of a leak detection and repair, we also retest the system. We have built our reputation on quality work, first-class customer service and competitive pricing. We have hundreds of testimonials, and our aim is always to exceed your expectations.
What are the benefits of professional leak detection vs a local plumber?
Although it might seem logical that a plumber could fix the leak, the issue is not so much about fixing the leak; it's about finding the leak in the first place and accessing the exact source with minimal damage. A local plumber would be highly unlikely to have the specialist knowledge, expertise or tools to complete this type of job. Although it could be tempting to try a local plumber, the cost to find the leak could be much higher in terms of damage to your home, time and stress. Don't gamble with the future of your property; call in the leak detection experts today.
What can you detect water leaks under?
With our tools and expertise, we can typically find leaks through virtually any type of surface - soil, concrete, walls or plasterboard. Whatever the issue, whatever the difficulties, our engineers hate to accept defeat. They love to think outside of the box and find innovative solutions to whatever challenges they are presented with.
Can you help if my boiler is losing pressure?
In many cases where the boiler constantly loses pressure, the problem is a hidden leak. Our central heating leak detection service was designed specifically for this type of problem. The process is quick, efficient, and non-invasive, and unless we come across a particularly challenging problem, it can normally be resolved within the same day.
Common boiler fault codes which occur when a boiler is losing pressure include these Ideal F1 Fault Code, Vailliant F75 Error, Vailliant F22 Code or Baxi Potterton E119 Error. These all indicate your boiler is losing pressure. We carry out a full central heating leak detection service using our non invasive leak detection techniques and can often carry out a leak repair on the same day.
Which Specialist Equipment Do You Use To Find A leak?
This is not a question that many people ask our engineers because the list of tools we carry is virtually endless. All of our vans come fully equipped with a range of specialist tools, including CCTV cameras, acoustic listening devices, tracer gasses, and moisture detectors. We have invested hundreds of thousands of pounds into leak detection equipment, and we have even developed our own proprietary equipment designed in our lab by our team of engineers.
Water Leak Detection Near Me In Hampshire
|SO14||City Centre, St. Mary’s, Newtown, Nicholstown, Northam, Ocean Village, Chapel, Eastern Docks, Bevois Valley|
|SO15||Shirley, Freemantle, Banister Park, Polygon, Millbrook, Redbridge|
|SO16||Bassett, Lordswood, Lordshill, Redbridge, Rownhams, Nursling, Chilworth, Shirley Warren|
|SO17||Highfield, Portswood, St Denys, Swaythling|
|SO18||Bitterne, Bitterne Park, Harefield, Townhill Park, Chartwell Green, Mansbridge, Southampton Airport|
|SO19||Sholing, Merry Oak, Thornhill, Woolston, Weston|
|SO30||Botley, Hedge End, West End, Curbridge|
|SO31||Warsash, Hamble-le-Rice, Locks Heath Netley Abbey|
|SO32||Bishop’s Waltham, Corhampton, Curdridge, Droxford, Durley, Exton, Meonstoke, Shedfield, Soberton, Swanmore, Upham, Warnford, Wickham|
|SO40||Totton, Cadnam, Marchwood|
|SO45||Hythe, Fawley, Blackfield, Calshot, Hardley|
The ADI Leak Detection Head Office is based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire which supports our network of home based leak detection specialists across the UK.
Known as a port city on England’s coast, Southampton is home to SeaCity Museum, which comes with an attractive model of the Titanic that departed from Southampton in 1912.
And since Southampton is known as the point of departure for the RMS Titanic, it became the home to five hundred people who perished the board. So what are the things you should know about Southampton? In this blog, you will understand why people became so fascinated by this place.
Southampton is another city in Hampshire, England. The place has been settled since the stone age, and its history was affected by the geographical location on the major estuary on the English Channel coast.
Being an important regional centre for centuries, the city of Southampton was awarded by The Queen in 1964. And in medieval times, Southampton became an important port, as it experienced hundred years of fortunes until the Victorians expanded it.
Is Southampton worth visiting?
Southampton is worth a visit in its own right. Especially because of the significant investments in its attraction. Check out these places to visit when you are in Southampton:
- SeaCity Museum
This museum recognises the people of Southampton. It showcases its heritage and connection with the sea, especially the Titanic. It gives visitors an interactive experience and stepping back in time. The model of Titanic itself will give you a closer look at the majestic vessel.
- Tudor House and Garden
It reveals more than 800 years of Southampton’s history; the Tudor House and Garden are known as the historical and most important buildings. It also hosts tours, exciting activities, and activities throughout the year. It truly is a real insight into the life of Southampton.
Westquay is another historical landmark, and if you want to stroll around, you can visit the shopping centre and experience retail therapy. It comes with more than 90 major stores, including John Lewis and Partners, M&S, Zara, and Hollister.
The parking lot is also wide enough, which means you will have no difficulty finding a parking spot. Of course, there are many dining opportunities you can see in the shopping centre.
Attractions to visit in Southampton
|Southampton Town Walls||Southampton SO14 1JU, United Kingdom|
|East Park||Above Bar St, Southampton SO14 7DW, United Kingdom|
|Queens Park||1-10 Queen’s Terrace, Southampton SO14 3BP, United Kingdom|
|Mayflower Park||Town Quay, Southampton SO14 2AQ, United Kingdom|
|Solent Sky||Albert Rd S, Southampton SO14 3FR, United Kingdom|
|Medieval Merchant’s House||58 French St, Southampton SO14 2AT, United Kingdom|
|SeaCity Museum||Havelock Rd, Southampton SO14 7FY, United Kingdom|
|Tudor House & Garden||Bugle St, Southampton SO14 2AD, United Kingdom|
|Bargate||High St, Southampton SO14 2DJ, United Kingdom|
|Houndwell Park||563 Vincents Walk, Southampton SO14 1JX, United Kingdom|
- Hedge End
- New Alresford
- New Milton
- South Hayling
And all over Hampshire
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Choose ADI Leak Detection – The Water Leak Detection Experts In Southampton
ADI Leak Detection is the original specialist leak detection company in the United Kingdom. We have trained engineers located across the length and breadth of the county, and have thousands of positive reviews and testimonials from relieved and delighted clients. When it comes to leak detection in Southampton don’t take any risks with your property – call ADI today!