Chicago Fire Guard Services

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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


  • Waltonville Firefighter Injured after Box of Batteries Explodes in Fire February 26, 2021
    A Waltonville firefighter suffered minor injuries Wednesday night while working a residential structure fire in Bonnie. According to Assistant Waltonville Fire Chief Scott Pennington, they responded around 6:25 p.m. Wednesday to a report of a fire at a home in the 11-thousand block of East Bonnie Road. - PUB DATE: 2/26/2021 12:00:00 AM - SOURCE: […]
  • Follow Up: Springfield Fire Department's budget gets cut by $1.4 million February 25, 2021
    Manpower and quick response times are two things Springfield Fire Chief Brandon Blough said make a successful fire department. "We cover 124 square miles. We cover 150 percent more area than what Peoria covers," Blough said. "3.41 was our average response time over all calls." But, those two things could be affected by budget cuts. […]
  • Three Men Charged With Setting CTA Van On Fire During Civil Unrest Last Summer February 25, 2021
    Three men are facing federal arson charges, after authorities say they set a Chicago Transit Authority van on fire during the widespread civil unrest in the city last May. According to the indictment, 24-year-old Denzal Stewart, 23-year-old Lamar Taylor, and 19-year-old Darion Lindsey destroyed a CTA van by setting it on fire on May 30. […]
  • 6 Displaced; 3 Injured After House Fire In Chicago's West Englewood Neighborhood February 25, 2021
    A fire in West Englewood displaced seven people Thursday morning. According to the Chicago Fire Department, two people were rescued with arial ladders from the second floor of the home located at 2019 W. 68th St. around 3 a.m. CFD said three people were taken to local hospitals and six people in total were displaced. […]
  • Premise alerts give New Lenox first responders critical information when answering emergency calls, making wellness checks February 25, 2021
    First responders arriving on-scene with as much information as possible of what to expect tends to lead to better outcomes and safer interactions with the public, according to leaders at the New Lenox Police Department and the New Lenox Fire Protection District. One of the ways they can have extra information available is the Premise […]
  • Man dies in Hazel Crest fire February 25, 2021
    A 44-year-old man died and two people were injured after a fire broke out in a home Wednesday in south suburban Hazel Crest. Firefighters arrived to the blaze about 4 a.m. and found two people unconscious inside a home in the 3400 block of Hickory Lane, according to the Hazel Crest Fire Department. The pair […]
  • Building collapses in Chicago's Park Manor is city's 2nd structure failure of day February 25, 2021
    A building collapsed Wednesday in Park Manor on the South Side, just hours after another building crumbled on the Southwest Side. About 3 p.m., firefighters responded to a call of a collapsed chimney in a vacant building in the 300 block of East 69th Place, according to Chicago fire officials. The collapsed chimney caused a […]