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

ADI are a non-invasive leak detection service for clients across Shropshire, including Broseley, employing the latest leak detection technology such as the following:

  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Snake Camera Units
  • Nitrogen Hydrogen Gas Systems
  • Moisture Detectors
  • Gas Leak Detector
ADI Engineers & Customer Service Team Awaiting Your Call

When you hire ADI you’re hiring the services of a team of true leak detection professionals who have access to and training for the use of the very latest in leak detection technology. Our engineers are trained to find the source of your leak without digging or drilling any holes so your property remains intact while we work. As an ADI customer you also get to enjoy the benefit of our extremely competitive pricing structure.

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ADI Leak Detection are repeatedly hired to work on the following types of projects:

  • Domestic and Residential Leaks
  • Commercial and Industrial Leaks
  • Insurance Project Work
Water Mains Leak Detection Broseley

ADI engineers have received the best training in leak detection and also have access to the latest in leak detection equipment which in turn allows us to work on any of these issues for our customers:

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Leak Detection in Broseley

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

  • Broseley

    Water Leak Detection Throughout Broseley

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    About Broseley

    Broseley is a market town located north of Bridgnorth and neighbors Ironbridge in the county of Shropshire, England. The town is situated along the banks of River Severn and forms part of The Iron Bridge, which is celebrated as a symbol of the Industrial Revolution. Broseley borders the Ironbridge Gorge Heritage Site. Aside from its links to the Iron Bridge, the town is also known for the stylized brown-red brick color of the brick and tiles the town produces. Apart from its historical ties to the industrial revolution, Broseley also boasts a number of historic pubs, restaurants, shops, as well as attractions for visitors to discover and explore.

    Broseley Pipeworks

    The Broseley Pipeworks museum on Duke Street, Broseley is situated in a curious factory that was abandoned by workers in 1857. The museum offers a glimpse into a world and industry of manufacturing clay tobacco pipes. To book tickets for its next reopening, click here.
    Angel House Gallery

    The Angel House Gallery is an independent, family-run art gallery located at 17 High Steet, Broseley. The gallery showcases collections of paintings, sculptures, as well as jewellery, cards, and textiles by local artists. The gallery offers art classes as well as a café for its visitors. Rooms within the gallery can be hired for meetings. For enquiries, call 01952885834.

    The Foresters Arms

    The Foresters Arms is a family-friendly pub on Avenue Road. It serves house-made fair, and boasts a drinks menu that features both old classics as well as modern favorites. The Foresters Arms serves cask ale including Shropshire’s sustainably brewed Hobson’s Town Crier, as well as premium spirits, gins, and the locally distilled, award-winning Tiger Gin. To book a table, click here.

    Clays of Broseley

    Clays of Broseley is a British restaurant located at 67 High Street, Broseley. It is open for dine-in, takeaway, as well as no-contact delivery. The restaurant offers a wide-ranging menu and a sophisticated dining atmosphere. To book a table or place an order, click here.
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