ADI Leak Detection Launches Swimming Pool Water Leak Detection and Cost Calculator

ADI Leak Detection has announced the availability of its free to use leak loss calculator. The online tool enables pool owners all over the world to consider leaks, assess the amount of water in the pool, and calculate the cost of dropping water levels.

United Kingdom - November 12, 2019 / / —

According to announcements released by ADI Leak Detection and Adrian Morgan, the company now offers a free-swimming pool water leak detection and cost calculator on its website.

Swimming pool owners anywhere in the world can easily use the calculator by selecting currency, entering the cost of water per cubic meter, the shape of the pool, and the amount of water lost in centimeters each day. The readings thrown up are for water lost per minute, day, month, and even a year.

Once pool owners have an idea of water loss from the pool, they can consider getting in touch with ADI Leak Detection to take a look at a leak, if present, before it grows bigger and demands costly repairs.

ADI Leak Detection is already the market leader in internal and external water leak detection services in the U.K. The calculator is available for use here - https://www.adileakdetection.co.uk/swimming-pool-leak-calculator/

The company employs PADI qualified Scuba Divers who are fully trained in all aspects of swimming pool leak detection.
ADI relies on cutting edge technology and industry leading processes to pinpoint the location of swimming pool leaks, no matter if the leak is in the pool itself or somewhere in the pool’s filtration system.

The technology used by the engineers includes highly accurate pool water volume measuring devices, which are accurate to within 0.1mm – allowing the team to quickly and easily measure the exact volume of water being lost from a pool. This measuring device also allows ADI’s engineers to prove that a leak has been completely fixed, or indeed prove that there is not a leak.

Addressing homeowners on the importance of timely detection of water leaks, Adrian Morgan said, "Water leaking in your property means your water bill is rising faster than you would like – hurting your bank balance. As a company we specialize in locating hidden water leaks on Swimming pools and Central heating systems.

Internal water leaks from pipes, tanks, underfloor heating, & central heating systems cause an untold amount of damage to your home, including damage to walls and floors – costing hundreds to rectify!

Your family and yourself become at risk of a multitude of health problems affected by damp, including asthma – children and the elderly are most at risk.

Your property becomes a comfortable home for many insects, bugs & mites which thrive in damp & dark conditions – under your floors and in your walls.”

Contact and location information can be found here ADI Leak Detection.

Contact Info:
Name: Adrian Morgan
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Organization: ADI Leak Detection
Address: 44 Wellesbourne Crescent, High Wycombe, HP13 5HF
Website: https://www.adileakdetection.co.uk/

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