Mobile, AL Fire Watch Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Need experienced Firewatch Guards in Mobile, AL?

Protecting your business from fires… and fire marshals.

The lawful and safe operation of large facilities like schools, office buildings, industrial plants, office towers, hotels, and other facilities which are utilized by large numbers of people are at the mercy of their compliance with Alabama State Fire Marshal regulations. The same is true of businesses which use explosives or flammable substances during the normal course of operations.

If the fire safety alert system fails, malfunctions, is being installed, undergoing maintenance, repairs, or upgrades, the facility may fall out of compliance with regulations which could force the Alabama State Fire Marshal to order the facility closed or operation suspended. Such a reality could damage the profitability of a business or fatally impact a company with slim margins. Situations like these are when firewatch services can prove key as a stand-in or temporary measure until the fire safety system is operational and as a way to remain compliant with Alabama State Fire Marshal regulations until such a time.

Fireguard Services Are Available in Mobile, AL.            

Affordable Services. Emergency Deployment. Experienced Guards.

Mobile, Alabama Fire Watch & Fireguard ServicesIf you’re the manager, owner or operator of a building or other facility in Mobile, AL that’s at risk of shutdown due to fire safety concerns, or if professional fireguards are needed as a requirement of a hot-work site or other project, we’re ready to provide our expertise. Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a national leader in the fire protection sector, and we are ready to respond to service calls at a moment’s notice. Our experienced fireguards have provided service to construction sites, fireworks shows, facilities experiencing problems with their fire safety systems, school campuses, and other sensitive facilities.

To contact us regarding service, inquiries, or to obtain a non-obligatory service quote call us or send us a message using the contact form. Our phone number in Mobile, AL is 251-234-6999. Our call center is manned 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and on holidays.

Fire Watch Services for Mobile & South Alabama

Fireguard Service Overview

  • Support for Construction & Dangerous Worksites
  • Services Available for Firework & Pyrotechnic Events
  • Fire Watch Services for Special Events & Concerts
  • Fire Protection Available for Office Buildings & Industrial Plants
  • Immediate Deployment & Emergency Service Available
  • Security for Fire Detection & Alarm Systems
  • Immediate Reporting & Documentation of Fire Hazards
  • Fire Protection Services for Chemical Plants & Shipyards
  • Fireguard Services for Government & Municipal Needs
  • OSHA Certified Fire Safety Inspectors Available
  • Temporary and Long-Term Service Options

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Have questions for our management team? If fireguard services are needed in Mobile, AL, or if you would like to obtain a service quote, call us at 251-234-6999 at any time of the day or night.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
2029B Airport Blvd #155, Mobile, AL 36606
Phone: 251-234-6999
Email: support@ntwinvestigations.com

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides reliable fireguard services throughout Mobile, Prichard, Saraland, Tillmans Corner, Bayou La Batre, Citronelle, Chickasaw, Dauphin Island, Satsuma, Theodore, Creola and Baldwin County, Alabama. Whether fire watch guard services are needed immediately, or if scheduled services for a future date will suffice, call us at 251-234-6999.

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