Atlanta, GA Fireguard Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

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If you’re the owner or operator of a building with a malfunctioning fire safety system, or the owner or chief engineer of a new facility in Atlanta, GA that has yet to have a fire safety system installed, fireguard protection could be the only service needed to keep the building in compliance with local fire safety codes. Such a service could keep the building from being shut down and vacated by the fire marshal.

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is recognized as a top fire watch company in Atlanta, GA and has some of the best-trained fireguards in the business. You can avoid hurting your business, slowing down construction, and perpetuating fire hazards with the help of our trained fire-watch staff. Even if an existing fire safety or sprinkler system malfunctions, needs repair or maintenance, we’ll stand in for it which will guarantee fire safety and keep your facility in compliance with the requirements of both the fire commissioner and OSHA.

Short Notice & Emergency Services Are Available

Atlanta Fire Watch & Fireguard ServicesNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is ready to deploy fireguards on short notice to keep your business moving. We provide firewatch services in Atlanta for office buildings, hot work construction sites, industrial parks, office parks, warehouses, wooded areas, schools, pyrotechnic shows, concerts, large properties, hospitals, and other facilities with a high propensity for fire hazards.

If you need to schedule fireguard services or have questions for us, don’t hesitate to place a friendly phone call to our office. We provide both long and short-term solutions to our clients in addition to our short-notice deployment capability. To contact us, call 678-568-2257.

Atlanta Fire Watch: Fireguard Services

Overview of Fire-Watch Services

  • 24 Hour Firewatch Services Available
  • Licensed Fireguard Officers
  • Emergency Fire-watch Deployment Available
  • Services for Office Buildings
  • Apartment Buildings & Residental Complexes
  • Construction Site Fireguards
  • Services for Industrial Settings
  • Concert & Special Event Fireguards
  • Firewatch for “hot work” Construction Sites
  • Roving Property Patrols
  • Fire Hazard Identification & Reporting

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If you need to schedule fireguard services in Atlanta or any of the surrounding areas, we’re ready to respond. Whether you’re an existing client or if this is the first time you’ve come into contact with our company, we invite you to contact us. Our phone number is 678-568-2257 and we’re available 24/7.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
2870 Peachtree Rd, #452, Atlanta, GA 30305
Phone: 678-568-2257

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a top-rated provider of firewatch services in Georgia. We have a perfect BBB rating and will continue to provide excellent fireguard services for our clients. We not only service Atlanta, but you can also count on us in Alpharetta, Sandy Springs, Fulton, Dekalb county and all nearby areas. To contact us, call 678-568-2257 at anytime of the day or night.

Fire Protection Updates: Georgia


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  • Woman dies in DeKalb house fire November 13, 2019
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  • Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms promises pay raise to firefighters November 13, 2019
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  • Valdosta house fire leaves 2 displaced November 13, 2019
    The Valdosta Fire Department is investigating the cause of a house fire that left two people without a home. Firefighters said it happened around 5:30 Monday morning in the 700 block of E. Magnolia Street. Kenneth Phillips, a next-door neighbor, said he came home to find his neighbors’ home engulfed in flames. - PUB DATE: […]
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  • Video: Car restoration hobbyist dies in DeKalb County shed explosion, fire officials say November 12, 2019
    According to Capt. Dion Bentley with DeKalb County Fire Rescue, fire crews got calls of a house fire off Norris Lake Drive around 4 p.m. When they got there, they quickly discovered that that wasn't the case, and it was a large metal shed in the backyard that was on fire. Residents of the home […]
  • FEMA, GEMA reimbursements roll in for Lee County November 12, 2019
    Lee County has now received reimbursements from Hurricane Michael. County leaders said they received checks for just over $500,000. That money is coming from both GEMA (Georgia Emergency Management Agency) and FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency). Leaders said employees put in long hours and hard work during and after the storm. - PUB DATE: 11/11/2019 […]