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Security Service Provider Since 1999

Nationwide Investigations and Security BBB Business Review


Pittsburgh Fire Watch Guard Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

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When a building or facility’s fire protection or fire safety system is the process of installation, repair, upgrade, or maintenance, the facility will lack a fire alarm system which will cause the facility to fall out of compliance with the Bureau of Fire’s Fire Safe Buildings Ordinance. If the building or facility is not compliant with Chapter 802 of the Pittsburgh City Code, it may be ordered evacuated or shut down by the fire marshal and may expose the owner or operator of the facility to fines and hefty financial penalties in addition to the loss of the intended profit and productivity of the facility.

Such a fate can be avoided by taking advantage of the fire watch services provided by Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Experienced, Affordable Fire Watch Services

Pittsburgh Fireguard & Fire Watch Services in PennsylvaniaNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a national leader in the fire watch, fire guard, fire prevention and safety industry. Our management team staffs only the most experienced and best-trained fire watch guards in Pittsburgh. If you’re looking for an experienced partner to ensure that your facility is compliant with state and local fire safety and building codes, we’re ready to help.

Our team has experience initiating fireguard services for the safety and security of government facilities, schools, pyrotechnic events, residential living structures, factories, shipping & warehousing facilities, office buildings, concerts, and industrial complexes. With Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. as your partner in fire prevention, you can put any concerns regarding compliance with the Fire Safe Buildings Ordinance to rest.

Get A Service Quote Today

If you’re ready to schedule fire guard services in Pittsburgh or elsewhere in Pennsylvania, don’t hesitate to call our management team at any time of the day or night. We’re able to accommodate long and short-term contracts, and we’re also available for emergency situations. To get started, get answers to your questions, or for a non-obligatory service quote, call us here in Pittsburgh at 724-580-1115.

Pittsburgh Fire Watch Services

Fire Watch Service Overview

  • Medical & Hospital Service Available
  • OSHA Certified Fire Prevention Specialist
  • Services for Public & Private Facilities
  • Immediate Reporting of Danger Detection
  • Emergency & 24 Hour Services Available
  • Operational Security for Fire Detection Systems
  • Traditional Security Guard Services Available
  • Hot Work & Construction Site Coverage
  • Office Buildings, Residential Buildings, Schools
  • Bureau of Fire Approved
  • Free Service Quotes Are Available

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If you’re interested in learning more about our fire protection services, would like a free service quote or would like to schedule fire guard watch services in Pittsburgh, PA or any of the surrounding areas, call Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. today at 724-580-1115.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
1735 E. Carson St. #308, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Phone: 724-580-1115

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. serves clients throughout the Greater Pittsburgh Region. We provide firewatch and fireguard services in Pittsburgh, Green Tree, Mt. Lebanon, Mckeesport, Oakmont, Wexford, Ambridge, Imperial, West Mifflin, Monroeville, Moon, Cranberry Township and all nearby areas. If you need to contact us, call us at any time of the day or night by calling 724-580-1115.

Pennsylvania Fire Rescue News


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  • Firefighters rescue hawk stuck in a tree in Butler County December 1, 2022
    Firefighters in Butler County responded to an unusual call earlier today when they were asked to rescue a hawk from a tree. A member of the Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company said the Pennsylvania Game Commission asked for help rescuing the bird. The hawk was stuck in a tree on North Pike Road in Winfield Township. […]
  • Woman gets state prison term for New Cumberland arson November 30, 2022
    A Harrisburg woman will spend at least three years in state prison for torching a New Cumberland man’s apartment in a fit of rage last December, an act that left nine people temporarily homeless and sent one man to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries. Valerie Mesaros, 24, pleaded guilty in October to 11 […]
  • Christmas Tree Shortage Delays Wesleyville Fire Department Fundraiser November 30, 2022
    For the last 10 years, the Wesleyville Hose Company has hosted a Christmas tree sale, selling evergreens along Buffalo Road. But right now, the sales lot sits empty. This year, the department's usual tree company didn't have enough trees, leaving firefighters scrambling as they tried to make up the difference. - PUB DATE: 11/30/2022 12:53:39 […]
  • Volunteer Montgomery County Deputy Fire Chief Retires From Flight Medic Day Job November 30, 2022
    A volunteer fire company member from this central Montgomery County community might have a lot more time on his hands to devote to the fire service after it was announced that he is retiring from his day job as a helicopter paramedic. John Bolger officially retired on Wednesday after 29 years of service with JeffSTAT […]
  • Woman jumps out of second-story window to escape Philadelphia fire November 30, 2022
    VIDEO: A house fire forced a woman to jump out of a second-story window to escape flames in Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood. It happened around 2:30 a.m. on the 3400 block of Hartville Street. Firefighters were able to quickly put out the fire. The woman who jumped and two others were taken to the hospital. - […]
  • Update: Firefighters homes damaged in Shenandoah fire November 30, 2022
    Investigators are still searching for the cause of a fire that damaged several homes in Schuylkill County. That fire happened around midnight Monday morning along East Coal Street in Shenandoah. Officials say two first responders that were fighting the fire lived in the rowhomes affected and that a fundraiser is being planned for the victims […]