Water Leak Detection Coalville - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI Leak Detection provide a non invasive leak detection service for the entire Leicestershire area, including Coalville, using state-of-the-art leak detection technology such as:
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing
- Acoustic Leak Detectors
- Moisture Detectors
- Snake Cameras
- Pipe Tracing Equipment
Our engineers employ the very latest in leak detection technology to which enables them to track down leaks on your property with the bare minimum of fuss. We work to provide the smallest possible level of disruption to your home or business. And to provide a truly complete service we also offer a very competitive pricing structure for our services.
ADI engineers are regularly engaged to work on the following:
- Domestic and Residential Leak Detection
- Industrial and Commercial Leak Detection
- Insurance Based Work
Each one of our engineers has been put through an exacting training program to ensure they are amongst the very best in their field in the United Kingdom. This means our team can work on the following types of problems:
Leak Detection in Coalville
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Coalville and the following areas too:
Water Leak Detection Throughout Coalville
1620s House and Garden at Donington le Health, formerly known as Donington le Heath Manor House Museum is a surviving example of a manor house built over seven hundred years ago in Donington le Heath near the town of Coalville, Leicestershire. It is said to have been owned by a member of the group responsible for the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. The property was redeveloped into a museum. Now managed by the Leicestershire County Council, the museum now tells the story of the Catholic Digbys living in Protestant England. The museum also features a beautifully recreated 17th century garden and a coffee shop.
Mount St. Bernard Abbey is a Roman Catholic, Trappist monastery near Coalville, Leicestershire founded in 1835 in the parish of Whitwick and now in that of Charley. It is here where monks brew the only Trappist beer in Britain.
Situated at the Former Snibston Colliery Site, Asby Road, Colville, on the site of a former coal mine, the Century Theatre is thought to be the only solid structure, fully equipped, mobile theatre in the world. The theatre toured England in the 190s, 60s, and 70s. It is now regarded as the oldest surviving theatre and continues to play an increasingly important role in the local community and surrounding area, hosting a vast range of high quality shows and arts activities including drama, live music, comedy, dance, and films.