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

ADI provide non invasive leak detection for residents throughout North Yorkshire, including York, utilizing the very latest in leak detection equipment such as:

  • Water Leak Detector
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Gas Leak Detectors
  • Snake Cameras
  • Pipe Tracing Equipment
ADI Engineers & Customer Service Team Awaiting Your Call

ADI engineers have access to the most modern technology when it comes to finding leaks on your property. Our equipment is so sophisticated and sensitive that it can detect leaks behind walls, underneath floors and even ones buried in your back garden. Because our investigations are non-invasive this means that we can minimize any potential disruption to your life. We know how important value for money is these days so we also offer very competitive pricing for the work that we do.

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You can hire ADI to work on any of the following:

  • Domestic and Residential Leaks
  • Commercial and Industrial Leaks
  • Insurance Based Work
Water Mains Leak Detection York

Our staff need to be trained to a very high standard to operate the equipment we provide them with. This also means our customers enjoy consistently high levels of service and the certainty that an ADI engineer can undertake any of the following types of work:

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Leak Detection in York

ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in York and the following areas too:

  • City Centre
  • Fishergate
  • Fulford
  • Heslington
  • Osbaldwick
  • Tang Hall
  • Dunnington
    • Escrick
    • Wheldrake
    • Murton
    • Riccall
    • Stillingfleet
    • Warthill
    • South Bank
      • Bishopthorpe
      • Copmanthorpe
      • Rufforth
      • Acomb
      • Dringhouses
      • Woodthorpe
      • Leeman Road Area
        • Upper Poppleton
        • Nether Poppleton
        • Green Hammerton
        • Bootham
        • Clifton
        • Skelton
        • Linton-on-Ouse
          • Heworth
          • Huntington
          • The Groves
          • Layerthorpe
          • Haxby
          • Wigginton
          • New Earswick
            • Stockton-on-the-Forest
            • Strensall
            • Elvington
            • Full Sutton
            • Stamford Bridge
            • Sutton upon Derwent
            • Wilberfoss
              • Pocklington
              • Barmby Moor
              • Melbourne
              • Seaton Ross
              • Market Weighton
              • Holme-on-Spalding-Moor
              • Boroughbridge
                • Sheriff Hutton
                • Easingwold
                • Helmsley
                • Kirkbymoorside
                • Nawton

                Water Leak Detection Throughout York

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                About York

                This town is where the birthplace of York Minster. Here are some of the places to visit in town.

                National Railway Museum. Home to some of the oldest and iconic locomotives globally, the National Railway Museum of York houses some of the best and brilliantly manufactured trains from the past. This attraction is built to commemorate some of its best innovations and people—a wonderful display of trains, lovely and knowledgeable staff, and a trip you will surely not miss.

                York Minster. A visit to York means you get to witness some historic archaeological sites, and one of them is the York Minster. The York Minster dates back to medieval times featuring elaborate and intricate tombs, stone works, and woodcrafts. It is one of the most iconic attractions in York as hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to this magnificent historical site.
                York Castle Museum.The big town of York is known to house some of England's most iconic and historical spots. The York Castle Museum situated at the heart of town is a masterpiece just like the York Minster.

                It is famous for having a wide variety of displays where you get to explore and discover the rich history of York and its people. You can walk past the Victorian streets or traverse your way through the infamous prison cell of Dick Turpin. Lots of things to do on this spot. A day isn’t enough.

                Parisi Hotel. If you are looking for some cheap yet comfortable place to stay around town, the Parisi Hotel is highly recommended. The Parisi Hotel is one of the most popular hotels around town as this Victorian-era-inspired hotel sparks elegance and pride. They have 11 wonderful rooms installed with complete amenities and some of the best rates in town.
                Fairfax House. A Georgian-inspired house museum, the Fairfax House is worthy of your time as it displays some of the doings from the old times. This house museum is also family-friendly with knowledgeable staff wherein they get to share with you some of its proud history and the people behind it.
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