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

ADI gas leak detection provide their non-invasive leak detection to clients right across Norfolk, including Dereham, using the very latest in leak detection technology like the following:
  • Acoustic Leak Detectors
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Snake Cameras
  • Pipe Tracing Equipment
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing Systems
ADI Engineers & Customer Service Team Awaiting Your Call
Each ADI engineer has access to the type of leak detection technology that allows them to work on a very wide range of leak issues. It also enables them to locate leaks inside walls or under floors without having to dig holes. As a matter of fact our leak detection procedures are so non-invasive you probably won’t eve notice us working. Plus with the level of efficiency our teams work at it means we can pass that on to you in the form a very competitive pricing structure.
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At ADI we’re regularly hired to work on the following:
  • Industrial and Commercial Leak Detection
  • Insurance Related Projects
  • Residential And Domestic Leak Detection
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Dereham
We make absolutely certain that each one of our engineers is amongst the most highly trained and skilled in their field in the UK. We do this to ensure that any of our team can help you with any of the following situations:
  • Swimming Pool Leak Detection
  • Under Floor Leak Detection
  • Pipe Tracing
  • Water Mains Leak Detection
  • Leaks Located Inside Walls
  • Central Heating Leak Detection
Central heating Trace And Access Dereham
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Leak Detection in Dereham

If you’re a resident of Dereham or any of the following areas you can contact ADI for leak detection help:
  • Bawdeswell
  • Bylaugh
  • Elsing
  • Foulsham
  • Foxley
  • Gressenhall
  • Guestwick
  • Hockering
  • Mattishall
  • Nethergate
  • North Elmham
  • Swanton Morley
  • Themelthorpe
  • Whissonsett
  • Water Leak Detection Throughout Dereham

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    About Dereham

    Dereham, also known as East Dereham, is a town and civil parish in the Breckland District of Norfolk. It is situated on the A47 Road, about 15 miles west from the city of Norwich and 25 miles east of King’s Lynn. It is believed that the town’s name is derived from a deer park that existed in the area, as a rough translation from the 7th century showed that the area had been described as an ‘enclosure for deer’. Dereham is home to a number of shops, pubs, events, and attractions guaranteed to make your visit to the town worthwhile.

    Dereham Windmill

    Dereham Windmill is a Grade II listed tourist attraction at Greenfirelds Road, Dereham. The windmill is the last of the several windmills in the Dereham District built in 1835. Guests, as well as dogs are welcome to walk in the attraction’s extensive grounds. There is also a coffee shop located in the area. Dereham Windmill is open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm.
    Bishop Bonner’s Cottage Museum

    Bishop Bonner’s Cottage Museum is located at St Withburga Lane. The museum showcases various artefacts that tell the story of Dereham’s history. Some of the artefacts featured in the museum include a collection of photographs from various time periods as well as Metamec clocks, the hobbies of Dereham on display, ancient toys such as toy soldiers, and antique dollhouses. For inquiries call 07526909714.

    St Withburga’s Well

    St Withburga’s Well is a historical location on Church St. The well is believed to be a holy spring located in the churchyard of St Nicholas in the centre of Dereham.

    The Cherry Tree

    The Cherry Tree is a traditomal pub located at 1 Theatre St, Dereham. The bar offers a good selection of drinks as well as good food. Some additional facilities include the presence of a dart board. The Cherry Tree is open from 11am until 11pm from Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. The pub closes at midnight on Saturday nights.
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