Leak Detection Specialists

A plumber can fix visible plumbing leaks straight away. However, if the source of a water leak is unknown then it’s better to call a leak detection specialist to find it and prevent further damage.

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Our guarantee and accreditations

We're fully trade accredited and registered with Gas Safe, the National Association of Drainage Contractors (NADC) and the Worshipful Company of Plumbers. All our leak detection experts are vetted and trade accredited. In addition, the Aspect Guarantee covers our tradesmen's workmanship for up to 12 months.

When you book one of our water leak detector specialist you can count on getting the professional expertise you're looking for.

Specialist tradespeople

We have a dedicated team of leak detection specialists to help find the source of a water leak and causes of damp as quickly and comprehensively as possible. They use the most reliable equipment and methods available.

They’re available to prevent any further damage at your property, accurately locate the source of leaks or damp and can provide a no-obligation fixed price quote the same day to get the problem fixed.

No hidden extras

What you get from Aspect

  • Experienced & vetted tradespeople
  • 24 hour availability for all trades
  • Dedicated Service Support Manager
  • Aspect Guarantee on workmanship
  • Peace of mind from trade accreditation

Occasional extra costs

  • Parts and materials used
  • Collection of parts and materials
  • Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) charge

We won’t charge you for

  • Cost of parking
  • Fuel or travel time
  • Congestion Charge

Highly qualified

With over 10 years of specialist experience, each of our expert leak detection tradesmen is perfectly qualified to find your water leak or source of damp.

We’ve invested in providing our tradesmen with the most up-to-date equipment available. Working methodically through their range of surveys they’ll provide a comprehensive report detailing their findings and recommendations for fixing your problem.

They’re experienced at providing information for insurance claims. They can also provide a cost for fixing the problem and fully restoring any damaged parts of your property.

 

Read our research article
Landlords of tenanted have an obligation to provide living conditions that are “fit for habitation”. Providing a property that’s free from damp is an example of the responsibilities landlords have. Our leak detection specialists are called regularly to resolve damp and mould problems in rental properties, but what other issues should landlords be considering?

Our research team conducted a study looking into injuries and illnesses reported by tenants or rental properties throughout the UK. You can read the article here.

Damp & Mould, Pests & Vermin: Is Your Home Making You Sick?

Account customers

We have a dedicated team of account handlers to support multi-site customers and commercial properties: Restaurants, Bars, Offices, Retail, Landlords, Letting Agencies, Hotels, Schools, Embassies, Care Homes and more

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