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

ADI gas leak detector provide a non invasive leak detection service for Norfolk, including Watton, using a range of ultramodern leak detection tools and equipment such as:
  • Acoustic Leak Detectors
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Tracing
  • Snake Cameras
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The range of equipment that our engineers have access to means that they can capably deal with any leak situation – be it internal or external. All of the work we do is 100% non-invasive so you don’t need to worry about any damage to your property while we’re working. And we also offer each of our customers the most competitive pricing that we can in these trying economic times.
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You can hire ADI to work on any of the following projects: 

  • Insurance Related Work
  • Domestic and Residential Leaks
  • Commercial and Industrial Leaks
Water Mains Leak Detection Service Watton
At ADI we invest heavily in providing our team with the very best in leak detection equipment and training in the country. For an ADI customer this means that you can rely on any one of our engineers to deal with the following types of situations for you:
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Leak Detection in Watton

ADI are available to clients living in the Watton area but also in the following areas too:
  • Watton
  • Saham Toney
  • Water Leak Detection Throughout Watton

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    About Watton

    Watton is a market town in the district of Breckland in Norfolk. It lies 25 miles west-southwest of Norwich and 14.5 miles northeast of Thetford. The town’s name means “Wada’s farm/settlement”. The quiet and unassuming town has its own hidden gems such as the Wayland Wood and Loch Neaton and some fascinating historical buildings. The Wayland Agricultural Show in west Watton is one of the oldest one-day agricultural shows in England. The show continues to attract up to 10, 000 visitors annually. Here are some key locations at Watton you should visit:

    The Dragonfly Gallery

    The Dragonfly Gallery is a small but welcoming art gallery housed in Wayland House and is used by local artists to stage their exhibitions. The gallery is located at 84 High St, Watton, Thetford and opens 9am until 12pm from Mondays to Fridays. For inquiries, call 01953880205.
    Museum 4 Watton

    Museum 4 Watton is a museum on Wayland Hall, Middle St, Watton, Thetford. The museum showcases the town’s history through exhibitions and artefacts. Museum 4 Watton is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10am until 4pm. For inquiries, call 01953797060.

    Wayland Wood

    Wayland Wood is owned by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. It is a beautiful ancient woodland and is said to be the site for “Babes in the Wood”. It is one of the largest woods in South Norfolk. The dense woodland is the perfect place for visitors who just want to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city.

    Loch Neaton

    Loch Neaton is considered as Watton’s undiscovered gem. The loch was formed when the railway from Thetford to Watton required excavations to build a bank for the track. This resulted in two lochs, however, only one of the lochs filled up with water. Loch Neaton was developed with backing from businessmen and voluntary contributions and labour. Today, Loch Neaton is now a beautiful leisure park that features a landscaped lake with lily beds and rowing boats, as well as grass tennis courts and a swimming pool.
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