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Leak detection using tracer gas method | Case study

The home owners had just had a new combi-boiler fitted but the installers were unable to commission it as after filling the system, the pressure very quickly dropped almost to zero.

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Leak detection using thermal imaging

We were asked to investigate a damp patch that had appeared halfway up a wall in the bathroom.

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The overall service provided by Trace and Access Experts at my property has been exceptional from start to finish. I was hugely impressed by the pre-survey briefing provided which was clear and added huge value to the process. The survey undertaken was thorough and the perseverance shown in identifying my underfloor heating leak was commendable. I would also like to thank Paul Whittington personally for the advice and flexibility shown in adapting his methodology for identifying the leak and the personal commitment he has shown in resolving this issue over the busy Christmas period (which has been very important to my young family). Trace and Access provided a five-star service that I would not hesitate to recommend to anyone in a similar position to the one I found myself in.

- S Batten | Gloucestershire , Private Home


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Trace and Access central heating leak detection video

13 months ago by Paul Whittington

A very common problem: Clients experiencing an on-going pressure drop on their sealed central heating system. Trace and Access Experts were called in by the client to find the problem and issue a report so that the their Insurance company would cover the damage caused by the water leak.

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6 Reasons why your Central Heating System is losing pressure!

16 months ago by Paul Whittington

Not all Water Leaks come from pipework | Here are some possible reasons why your Central Heating System is losing Pressure | Never ignore a suspected water leak.

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