Water Leak Detection Kibworth Harcourt - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI Leak Detection provide a non-invasive leak detection service for customers everywhere in Leicestershire, including Kibworth Harcourt, using state-of-the-art leak detection technology such as:
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing Systems
- Acoustic Leak Detectors
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Pipe Tracing Systems
- Moisture Detectors
- Snake Cameras
Our engineers are trained to use and equipped with the very latest in gas leak detection equipment. This means that, unlike other companies, we’ll never have to dig a hole to find the source of your leak. As a matter of fact you’ll probably forget we’re even there – that’s how efficient we are. Our equipment can literally see through walls and even listen through several feet of earth and concrete to find your leak. And due to our investment in this technology we can offer you excellent value for money because we work in such a time efficient way.
ADI regularly undertake work on the following:
- Domestic and Residential Leaks
- Commercial and Industrial Leaks
- Insurance Related Work
ADI engineers use the very best equipment in the business but they’ve also been very highly trained to be able to do so. In turn for our customers it means you can call us for help with any of the following situations:
Leak Detection in Kibworth Harcourt
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Kibworth Harcourt and the following areas too:
- Great Glen
- Peatling Magna
Water Leak Detection Throughout Kibworth Harcourt
About Kibworth Harcourt
Grand Union Canal. This is the mainline that covers about 137 miles from Birmingham and London. It has branches that take to places like Leicester, Slough, Aylesbury, Wendover, and Northampton. One of the Canals is located at Brentford on the Thames River. The other canal is at Bordesley Junction in Birmingham’s center. The Canal at Bordesley divides to join the other canals, and the branch would pass 1 mile south of Kibworth Harcourt town.
University of Leicester Botanic Garden. The University of Leicester Botanic Garden focuses on global biodiversity. There you will learn and see a wide range of plants that grow in their extensive collections worldwide. The university is an academic institution engaged in research and teaching.
The Botanic Garden started in 1921. The entrance is free to the garden, and it’s about 16 acres of display of exciting features that also include an arboretum, herb garden, herbaceous borders, woodland, water garden, and rock gardens. It’s just about 5 miles northwest of Kibworth Harcourt.
This restaurant enjoys a plain and simple life while priding itself about being committed to all things they serve to locals and visitors of the community. On Sundays, this restaurant embraces the British Tradition of Sunday Roast.
Kibworth Antiques Centre. This is a great spot for travelers and wanderers. There are plenty of antiques to see and buy. The prices are also very reasonable for those who love to collect antiques. There is also a tea room, which is also an advantage to visitors.