Water Leak Detection Gainsborough - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!

ADI provide a non invasive leak detection service for the entire Lincolnshire area, including Gainsborough, using state-of-the-art leak detection technology such as:
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Pipe Tracing Systems
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing Systems
  • Acoustic Leak Detectors
  • Snake Cameras
ADI Engineers & Customer Service Team Awaiting Your Call
Each of the engineers working for ADI has access to an extremely wide range of sophisticated leak detection equipment. This gives them the ability to conduct the most unobtrusive leak investigations possible on your property. And the same equipment is capable of finding gas leak anywhere above or below ground on your property. You also get to enjoy our very competitive and clear pricing structure – considering the high quality of service we provide to each of our customers.
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We are regularly hired to work on the following types of problems:
  • Domestic and Residential Leaks
  • Industrial and Commercial Leaks
  • Insurance Related Work
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Gainsborough
ADI engineers must to go through a very thorough training process that requires that they pass several certifications before they can work on real client issues. This ensures a high quality of service for our customers and that each of our engineers can work on any of these issues:
  • Under Floor Leak Detection
  • Leaks Located Inside Walls
  • Water Mains Leak Detection
  • Swimming Pool Leak Detection
  • Pipe Tracing
  • Central Heating Leak Detection
Central heating Trace And Access Gainsborough
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Leak Detection in Gainsborough

You can avail of ADI services if you live in Gainsborough and in the following areas:
  • Blyton
  • Gainsborough
  • Kirton Lindsey
  • Lea
  • Marton
  • Scotter
  • Scotton
  • Water Leak Detection Throughout Gainsborough

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    About Gainsborough

    Gainsborough is a market town and inland port in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. It lies on the east bank of the River Trent, 18 miles north-west of the county town of Lincoln, 15 miles south-west of Scunthorpe, and 35 miles east of Sheffield. The name Gainsborough first appears in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle of 1013 as Gegnesburh. Then, it later appeared as Gainesburg: Gegn’s fortified place in the Domesday Book of 1086.

    The village offers plenty of historical sites for you to visit and explore. Here are some of the places Gainsborough has to offer:

    Richmond Park

    Richmond Park is located at the northern area of Gainsborough. It was opened as a public park in 1947. Some of the attractions featured in Richmond Park include greenhouses, an aviary, and a 600-year-old oak tree. It is a wonderful place to bring family and friends for a day out or picnic.
    Gainsborough Old Hall

    Gainsborough Old Hall is a historical manor house built in 1460. It is over 500 years old today. The timber-framed manor is located at Parnell St, Gainsborough. Visitors can experience the rich and varied past of the great English building and discover history through the voices of those who have lived, worked, and visited the manor house. Visitors can relax and reflect at the café located within its grounds. For inquiries, call 01427677348.

    The Gainsborough Heritage Centre

    The Gainsborough Heritage Centre is the village’s museum located at 12 North St, Gainsborough showcases the heritage of the village with its various period displays of life in the 1940s and beyond. Some of its permanent exhibits include industrial exhibits, a period street scene, a vintage post office, shops, house, and yard. The Centre also features a working library, gift shop, team room. The Centre is open every Saturday 10am to 4pm. Admission costs £3 for non-members of the Association, while members as well as children under 16 years of age can visit The Centre for free.
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