Water Leak Detection Blackburn - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI Leak Detection provide a non-invasive leak detection service for the entire Lancashire area, including Blackburn, employing the very latest in leak detection technology and devices such as:
Our engineers are equipped to perform totally non-invasive leak detection investigations on both residential and business property. The technology that we deploy means that we can efficiently locate the source of any internal or external leak – no matter where it’s hidden. And this high level of operational efficiency means we can offer an extremely competitive pricing structure that you’ll find hard to beat.
ADI engineers can undertake any of the follow projects for you:
- Commercial and Industrial Leaks
- Residential And Domestic Leaks
- Insurance Related Tasks
ADI have an ongoing investment in both training and updated equipment for our engineers. The benefit for you, as our customer, is that any one of our engineers can deal with any of the following issues for you:
- Swimming Pool Leak Detection
- Leaks Located Inside Walls
- Water Mains Leak Detection
- Central Heating Leak Detection
- Pipe Tracing Services
- Under Floor Leak Detection
Leak Detection in Blackburn
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Blackburn and the following areas too:
- Bank Hey
- Cherry Tree
- Holly Tree
- Mellor Brook
- Mill Hill
- Great Harwood
Water Leak Detection Throughout Blackburn
Ewood Park is yet another landmark in this town. It was opened in 1882. However, the stadium was revamped in February 1993, just after the Old Darwen End stand was removed. Queen Victoria's statue is another site that offers a magnificent sight of the cathedral as its background. It was unveiled on 30th September 1905 by the fourth daughter of victoria- Princess Louise.
Parks in the area are as follows. There is the Corporation Park which was established in the 1900s. It is located in the northwest part of the CBD. There is also the Witton Country Park which occupies 480 acres and is based in the western part of the town. The land where the park sits was once owned by the Feilden family, and it was bought in 1946. Visitors can visit all the parks in a couple of days bearing in mind that there are nice hotels and restaurants in the town. In addition, visitors can still visit the Queen Victoria statue before heading to the Parks.