Boston, MA Fireguard Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Need a Fire Protection Detail in Boston, MA?

We Provide 24-Hour Fire Watch Guards throughout New England!

Fire protection is a paramount concern for the owners of business and residential structures of all kinds. This is especially true for facilities which are occupied by people or facilities where dangerous materials are stored. In some instances, a fire alarm system for an existing structure may fail, or a new construction project may lack a fire alarm system, which would demand a measure to ensure fire safety.

Otherwise, the site may fail to comply with state fire safety regulations or local regulations as defined by the Boston Fire Prevention Code. For this reason, professional fire guard companies are essential.

Understanding Fireguard Services

Boston Fireguard & Fire Watch Services in New EnglandA professional fire watch security company like Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. will work with you to determine which areas need fire guard security, a practical fire reporting strategy, and the duration the fire watch guard detail will need to persist. The primary duty of a fireguard is to identify, report, and monitor fire hazards and to report dangerous situations immediately.

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides fire guard protection details for construction sites, new property developments, hot-work sites, downed fire alarm systems, fire alarm system monitoring, warehouses, factories, and facilities which are prone to fire danger. Fire watch guards are usually the first option deployed by property managers with malfunctioning sprinkler systems, water pumps, or both. Although every situation is different, Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. can be flexible to meet the specific needs of our clients.

If you need to consult with a fire protection expert in Boston, MA regarding fire watch services for a property, call us today at 617-401-0040.

24 hour and short notice service available.

Boston Fire Protection Services

Fire Protection Services Overview

  • 24 Hour & Emergency Fire Guard Services
  • Support for Residential & Commercial Facilities
  • Support for Industrial Facilities & Construction Sites
  • OSHA-certified Safety Consultants Available
  • Support for Pyro-Technic Events & Special Events
  • Building & Commercial Tower Firewatch Patrols
  • Support for Large-Scale Sport Venues & Retail Establishments
  • Support for Public, Private, and Government Facilities
  • Immediate Reporting of Danger & Fire Hazards
  • Professional Logging and Record Keeping
  • Support for Large Geographic Areas & Neighborhoods

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Interested in learning more about our fire watch and fire guard services in Boston? Feel welcome to contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. at any time of the day or night with any questions you may have. To contact our office, call us at 617-401-0040.

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71 Commercial St. Unit 421 Boston, MA 02109
Phone: 617-401-0040

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is prepared to quickly deploy trained fireguards in Boston, throughout Massachusetts and New England. Fire watch services are available throughout Boston, Westford, Framingham, Brockton, Marshfield, Rockport, Gloucester, Salem, Waltham, Brookline and all nearby areas. For more information, call us at 617-401-0040.

Fire Protection Updates: Massachusetts


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