Water Leak Detection Ludlow - Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI provide a complete leak detection service for customers living anywhere in Shropshire, including Ludlow, utilizing the very best in leak detection equipment like the following:
Ignoring the first stages of a water leak on your property is the wrong thing to do. What you should do is call ADI and have one of our engineers check the problem for you. Our engineers use a wide range of advanced equipment that can see through walls or even listen for leaks through concrete walls if needs be. Our experienced teams can minimize the amount of time they need to spend onsite with you and in turn provide you with a very competitive price in return.
The team at ADI can undertake any of the following projects:
- Commercial and Industrial Leak Detection
- Insurance Related Work
- Residential And Domestic Leak Detection
We provide our staff with the best in gas leak detection equipment and we also ensure they’re more than adequately trained to use that equipment to its full potential. As our clients you can rest assured that our team can work on any of these:
- Central Heating Leak Detection
- Leaks Located Inside Walls
- Water Mains Leak Detection
- Pipe Tracing
- Under Floor Leak Detection
- Swimming Pool Leak Detection
Leak Detection in Ludlow
ADI are able to offer their services to customers living in Ludlow and the following areas too:
- Clee Hill
- Leinthall Starkes
- Richard’s Castle
- Stoke St. Milborough
Water Leak Detection Throughout Ludlow
Stokesay Castle. This castle was built in the 13thc century by Laurence. He was one of the richest men in Ludlow, Shropshire, England, at the time. The castle remains a gem that is by-passed by time. It is one of the best places to go in England. Visitors will experience what it’s like living in medieval times. Today, Stokesay Castle has been developed with plenty of things to do, especially for families. It truly is a fascinating building that spans a long period.
St. Laurence’s Church. This church is also known to many as ‘The Cathedral of the Marches.’ It is large and admired for its quarters. There is plenty of information about the building, making it worth visiting. In addition, there is also a tower climb that is known for its 201 steps up in a winding staircase. Visitors can go there and experience magnificent views.