Miami Fire Watch Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Need to hire fire watch guards in Miami?

We’ll protect your business from fires… and fire marshals.

Buildings and industrial facilities that are experiencing problems with their fire safety & detection systems are often at the mercy of the Miami fire chief. If this is the case, the situation is dire as the fire chief will likely order the facility to be immediately evacuated for safety purposes, unless an alternative fire safety and alert system can be implemented. Otherwise, the continued operation of the facility will result in fines, penalties, and may even garner criminal charges on the owner/operator.

The only way to continue to operate a building or other facility in lieu of the repair of a fire-detection or fire alarm system is to hire fire-watch guard services to act as a stand-in for the downed system.

Our fire watch guards are ready to deploy!

Miami-Dade Fire Watch & Fireguard Services in FloridaNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a leading provider of fire watch services in Miami. Whether fireguard services are needed for a new building that’s under construction, a pyrotechnics display, or as a stand-in for a fire-detection system that’s under installation, repair, or maintenance, we’re ready to help out.

Our Miami fireguards are experienced agents. We’ve provided fire protection services to schools, office buildings, lands, hot work construction sites, government buildings, concerts, and industrial operations.

Our agents provide roving patrols, immediate incident reporting, and are trained at identifying potential fire hazards. If you need to hire fireguards immediately, or for an upcoming project in Miami or elsewhere in southern Florida, contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. at 786-574-3826.

Fire Watch Services for Miami & South Florida

Fireguard Service Overview

  • We’ll stand in for fire detection & sprinkler systems.
  • Short notice fireguard services available.
  • Support for office buildings and industrial sites.
  • Mobile patrol & roving foot patrol options available.
  • We serve property developers and building contractors.
  • Support for residential living complexes and apartment buildings.
  • Support for the marine and boating industry.
  • Multi-person firewatch teams are available if needed.
  • Service and support for hot work sites and manufacturers.
  • Immediate documentation & reporting of fires and fire hazards.
  • Support for concerts, firework & pyrotechnic displays, and movie sets.

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Feel free to contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.‘s switchboard at any time of the day or night with all service requests for Miami fire watch officers or relative questions that you may have. To reach our office, call us at 786-574-3826.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
11455 SW 40th St #164 Miami, FL 33165
Phone: 786-574-3826

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides outstanding fire-watch services throughout Miami and southern Florida. If you’re looking for immediate service or have questions about fireguard options in Kendall, Hialeah, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Weston, or Homestead, call us at 786-574-3826.

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