Water Leak Detection Hinckley - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI are providers of completely non invasive leak detection for towns across Leicestershire, including Hinckley, employing state-of-the-art leak detection equipment such as the following:
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Gas Leak Detector
- Moisture Detectors
- Pipe Tracing Systems
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Systems
- Snake Camera Units
You can save yourself a lot of money and headaches by calling ADI the split second you notice that you have a leak of any size. We can then deploy the equipment necessary to track this leak down and prevent a major water leak incident. We have a track record of locating almost 98% of all leaks within one day so you don’t need to worry about us spending weeks onsite with you. And you still get to benefit from our very competitive pricing structure and transparent pricing policy.
You can engage the services of ADI Leak Detection to work on the following:
- Residential & Domestic Leaks
- Insurance Projects
- Industrial & Commercial Leaks
ADI have available to you some of the most highly skilled, trained and qualified leak detection specialists in the country – each of whom can successfully deal with any of the following issues for you:
Leak Detection in Hinckley
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Hinckley and the following areas too:
- Aston Flamville
- Copston Magna
Water Leak Detection Throughout Hinckley
Burbage Common and Woods. This is a large countryside located at Hinckley’s edge. It’s great for dog lovers, walkers, and the mix of semi-natural woodland and grasslands that is 200 acres in size. So many visitors keep on coming back to this place because it is such a beautiful sight, with snow and glimmer of sunlight coming from the trees. It’s a nice place to share the moment with friends and loved ones.
Haunted Antiques Paranormal Research Center. This is an exciting place to visit for people who have an interest in the paranormal. It may be spooky, but the museum has a distinctive atmosphere. It’s very brilliant, and there are so many mysterious and interesting artifacts. There was also someone who would tour visitors inside and explain the story of the items.
Hinckley and District Museum. This is one of the local history museums that hosts a diverse mix of displays, collections, and activities. It is built in a row of half-timbered thatched cottages from the 17th century. The museum has been open to the public since 1995 and is known to many as a building that holds onto the history of Hinckley. It also has a café at the back to chill and take a break.