Water Leak Detection London - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
At ADI Leak Detection London we’ve been working on plumbing problems and water leaks in London and right across the United Kingdom for over a decade now.
In that time we’ve been called to deal with leaks & leak related problems on all kinds of domestic and commercial properties throughout London – we have seen how badly it can backfire when property owners assume that their water leak isn’t that serious.
- Pipe Tracing Equipment
- Snake Cameras
- Thermal Imaging Cameras
- Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing
- Acoustic Leak Detectors
- Moisture Detectors
The kind of equipment we make available for our engineers to use ensures that we can detect every type of leak, including both external and internal leaks. Our gas leak detection methods are entirely non-intrusive and we aim to cause as little disruption as possible while we are on site.
Our pricing is extremely competitive and we are happy to quote on the full range of leak detection jobs including:
- Industrial and Commercial Leak Detection
- Insurance Related Projects
- Residential and Domestic Leak Detection
Our team of technicians are qualified in utilizing a vast range of modern leak detection methods. We can help track down every kind of leak including:
Water Leak Detection Throughout London
Buckingham Palace is the Home of the British Queen. Visitors can tour the palace’s opulent private and state rooms or watch the changing of the guard. It is located at the heart of London. For inquiries, call 03031237300.
Buckingham Palace Garden is a 39-acre garden and key location in the busy calendar of royal events. The most famous of these events are The Queen’s Garden Parties, which welcomes an average of 24, 000 guests from all walks of life, each summer. The garden is also the largest private garden in the capital and boasts 325 wild-plant species, 30 species of breeding birds, and over 1,000 trees, including 98 plane trees and 85 different species of oak. For inquiries, call 02079304832.
The British Museum on Great Russell St, London is a historian’s treasure trove. It is home to a huge showcase for global antiquities, including Egyptian mummies and ancient Greek sculptures. The British Museum is open from 10am to 5pm on Mondays through Sundays.
The Shard is one of London's modern architectural marvels, located at 32 London Bridge St, London. The skyscraper features 87 floors with restaurants, offices, and a hotel and viewing platform. For inquiries, call 08444997111.
The London Eye
London’s most iconic tourist attraction is The London Eye on Riverside Building, County Hall, London. Passengers on the Eye are treated to a bird’s eye view of the city’s landmarks. The London Eye is open from 11am to 6pm on Mondays through Sundays.