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Meet Leak Detection Specialists at Ecobuild 2014

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Come and meet LDS Leak Detection Specialists Ltd at the Ecobuild on Thursday 6th March 2014 and find out how we find leaks and the equipment we use. Ecobuild 2014, the world’s leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment. Visit Ecobuild for more information and to see who will be there. Leak Detection Surveys LDS Leak Detection Specialists Ltd offer a leak detection service providing a non-destructive solution to finding leaks in any pipe work in both domestic and commercial properties. Leak Detection Specialists utilise specialist equipment coupled with our engineers technical expertise to locate hidden leaks quickly and accurately, saving both time and money. LDS Thermography InspectionsThermography Inspections detail the areas of concern such as insulation problems, Air leaks, poor workmanship, structural defects, missing insulation, damage due to mould, moisture and condensation. Leak Detection Specialists Thermographers are certificated at al…

Why Choose Leak Detection Specialists Ltd

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We pride ourselves on being 'The Best' in Leak Detection, finding water leaks that other companies have failed to find.
We use the most leak detection methods.We have the best trained engineers in leak detection.We have the best equipment to locate water leaks.We find the water leak to 1 square meter. We guarantee to find the leak if you have a leak. We have a 99% success rate in locating leaks. We accurately locate your leak. We find water leaks in both domestic and commercial properties. We have engineers all over the country providing a fast response. We provide an excellent customer service. We are one of the Original Leak Detection Companies. We are the preferred supplier in leak detection for many insurance companies. We cause no damage to your property as leak detection is a non destructive solution. We have carried out some of the largest commercial leak detection projects both here and abroad.
Results from our recent customer surveys show that our engineers ar…

Leak Detection Specialists for a peace of mind

LDS Leak Detection Specialists Ltd are registered with the following official bodies.......

• WIAPS ‘Approved Plumber’
• CIPHE Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering
• A CIPHE Industrial Associate
• Gas Safe
• OFTEC
• CSCS

WIAPS 'Approved Plumber' Water Industry Approved Plumber WIAPS - Water Industry Approved Plumbers Scheme is funded by most of the Water Suppliers to administer an approved plumbers scheme for them. In order to become a WIAPS member, applicants have to demonstrate that they have been suitably trained as a plumber, that they have adequate knowledge of the Regulations by passing an assessment and they must be able to confirm that they have sufficient insurance cover.


Chartered Institute of Plumbing & Heating Engineering (CIPHE).   Founded in 1906, the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering (CIPHE) is the professional body for the UK plumbing and heating industry.
CIPHE Industrial Associate Industrial Associates (IA) contri…

Can Leak Detection find a smell?

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On occasions Leak Detection Specialists are approached to find where a smell is coming from !

Problem: A sporadic Smell affecting a large corporate building in the North of England.
It was first thought that this smell was a drainage issue that would come and go.
The problem had been on going for 2 years during which time many companies had attended to resolve the issue but the problem persisted.
Leak Detection Specialists were approached by the company with the problem. Arrangements were made for LDS engineers to attend the site out of hours on a weekend to prevent any disruption to the buildings employees.
After various testing to soil stacks and utilities LDS Leak Detection engineers found the leak on a capped off stack in the basement area that was used for the air conditioning and boiler condensing water.
It was found that part of the line was running up hill and could not therefore run to waste. The pipeline was found behind a wall in the building.
The exact smell was found in this lin…