Water Leak Detection Gornal – Central Heating, Water Mains, Swimming Pools & More!
ADI provide non-invasive leak detection all of West Midlands, including Gornal, using the very latest in leak detection technology and devices such as:
- Natural Gas Leak Detector
- Acoustic Leak Detectors
- Moisture Detection Systems
- Snake Cameras
- Thermal Imaging Camera Units
- Pipe Tracing Equipment
Each one of our leak detection engineering teams is equipped with the most state-of-the-art leak detection equipment like those listed above. This means that we can conduct the most thorough leak detection investigation possible on your property and we can do this without causing any damage to your property while we work. And because our equipment allows us to work so efficiently we can then offer you very competitive pricing for the work we do.
Our engineers are regularly hired to work on the following types of issues:
- Residential and Domestic Leaks
- Industrial and Commercial Leaks
- Insurance Based Tasks
At ADI we understand the importance of great staff training combined with cutting-edge equipment like our thermal imaging cameras and that’s why we’re always investing in the best of both of these. As a customer this means you can call us knowing we can deal with any of the following:
Leak Detection in Gornal
ADI central heating leak detection services are available to residents of Gornal and the surrounding areas:
- Gospel End
Water Leak Detection Throughout Gornal
Brook Street. The street's name is from a gulley that is just at the rear of properties of the Northern parts of the street. The brook carries sewage and water from the Summer Lane, going to the Musk Lane. Brook Street was shown on the map in the 1930s, but its watercourse was likely incorporated into the mains of the sewer system.
Allows Hall Sports College. This is a famous secondary school located on Stickley lane in the Lower Gornal, West Midlands. The Sedgley Urban District built the school in 1964, which is just near Ellowes Hall. Furthermore, the school is known to serve the nearby villages of Gornal Wood and Lower Gornal, since it’s where most of the school’s pupils live.
Allows Hall. It was a home that is located in Gornal, West Midlands. The hall was built in 1821, and it’s where the wealthy local ironmonger John Fereday lived. Later, different wealthy owners also lived in the house, but it’s still in the ownership of Fereday. In 1850, the home was sold to another industrialist like William Baldwin. Later, it became the residence of Charles Cochrane, who was the Mayor of Dudley at that time. After WWII in 1939, the Ellowes Hall became the Home Guard headquarters.