Chicago Fire Watch Guard Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

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If you’re the owner or manager of a building, office tower, construction site or another premise in Chicago which requires a fire safety or sprinkler system that has malfunctioned, you’ll need fireguards to perform fire watch duties to remain compliant with the rules and regulations set forth by the Chicago Fire Prevention Bureau.

Otherwise, the fire marshal may demand the immediate evacuation of the premise which could prove catastrophic for the business, the experience of the tenants, and the economic bottom line of the facility and all those involved with it.

Fire prevention is worth every penny.

Chicago Fire Watch Guard ServicesFires destroy billions of dollars worth of property and kill thousands of people on an annual basis. Many of these fires could have been prevented or immediately addressed with the use of a fire alarm system, a fire sprinkler system, or by having a fire watch guard on duty that’s charged with tending and monitoring areas in the facility that may be prone to fire hazards. Even if a fire alarm system is undergoing maintenance or repairs, local municipalities and the fire marshal may require fireguards to stand-in for an alarm system that’s down temporarily for the sake of safety.

Nationwide Investigations & Security Inc. has come to the aid of numerous Chicago property & business owners who have needed immediate fireguard services to keep their properties operational. We’ve helped with residential, commercial, and industrial properties. If you’re interested in scheduling service, obtaining a non-obligatory quote, or if you have questions for us, call us at 773-231-5588.

Our phones are answered 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Chicago Fire Guard Services

Fireguard Service Overview

  • Fire Watch for Construction Sites
  • 24 Hour & 7 Day Service Available
  • Periodic Property Patrols
  • Immediate Incident Reporting
  • Support for Abandoned or Vacant Properties
  • Industrial, Residential, and Commercial Properties
  • All Fire Guards are Licensed & Trained
  • “Hot Work” Site Certified
  • OSHA Complaint
  • Fire Prevention Bureau Approved
  • Hospital, Schools, Special Events

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If you have questions for our management team or would like to hire fire watch security in Chicago, feel free to contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. at any time of the day or night. The phone number for our office is 773-231-5588.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
201 W Lake St, Unit 310, Chicago, Il 60606
Phone: 773-231-5588

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides its clients with outstanding fireguard services throughout Chicago, Joliet, Aurora, Arlington Heights, Bolingbrook and rest of the Chicagoland region. Whether you need service immediately or would like to satisfy your inquiries with our management team, we invite you to call us at 773-231-5588.

Illinois Fire Protection News


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  • Fire at West Town apartment building in Chicago displaces 3 September 20, 2019
    Three people were displaced from their home Thursday after a fire tore through a West Town apartment building. Firefighters were called about 5:15 p.m. for smoke coming from a reach porch of a three-story building at 825 N. Elston St., according to Chicago Fire Dept. District Chief Juan Hernandez. A fire started near the rear […]
  • Tonica Volunteer Fire Department Firefighter/EMT certified as basic operations firefighter September 19, 2019
    Tonica Volunteer Fire Department Firefighter/EMT Stephen Ebener has been certified by the Illinois State Fire Marshal’s Office as a basic operations firefighter. The required trainings were conducted by certified instructors of MABAS Division 25. Ebener was one of 22 candidates from the Oglesby, Grand Ridge, Newark, Seneca, Spring Valley, Tonica, Wallace, Troy Grove, LaSalle and […]
  • St. Charles fire chief announces retirement September 19, 2019
    St. Charles Fire Department Chief Joseph Schelstreet has announced he will be retiring from his post next month. Schelstreet, who has served as fire chief since 2013, will retire Oct. 4. Assistant Fire Chief Scott Swanson has been named acting fire chief. Schelstreet joined the St. Charles Fire Department full time in 1988 as a […]
  • Streator Fire Department receives grant from Homeland Security September 19, 2019
    The Streator City Council approved a grant from the Department of Homeland Security during its meeting Wednesday night. The Department of Homeland Security has provided the Streator Fire Department with $143,618 to replace equipment. "The grant comes at the right time, our (self-contained breathing apparati) are reaching their out-of-date use," said Fire Chief Gary Bird. […]
  • Barrington disbands paid volunteer firefighter program, participants make final call September 19, 2019
    A quartet of Barrington volunteer firefighters with nearly a century of service among them have retired, remembering how, among other things, they helped turn around people’s lives. John Matlachwski, Tim Tuffy, Brian McCarthy and Eric Jopp answered their final call Sept. 13 in front of the Public Safety Building, but will remain engaged in other […]
  • Kitchen fire leaves Algonquin apartment uninhabitable September 18, 2019
    A kitchen fire left an Algonquin apartment uninhabitable Wednesday afternoon, fire officials said. Algonquin-Lake in the Hills Fire Protection District Battalion Chief John Greene said the district was called to the 100 block of South Main Street for a reported fire about 12:20 p.m. Wednesday. A fire had begun in a second-floor apartment, he said. […]