Memphis, TN Fire Watch Guards

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Memphis, TN Fire Watch & Fire Protection Services

We provide fire watch & fire safety guards.

If you’re the owner or operator of a building, facility or industrial property that’s experiencing problems with its fire detection systems or that may be under construction or having its fire alarm system repaired or in a maintenance status, the facility might be considered a fire hazard that threatens the safety of the general public and its occupants. If this is the case, the Memphis Fire Marshal could order the premise evacuated until acceptable safety standards are met, which could be detrimental to some businesses.

Fortunately, hiring a Memphis fire watch guard for temporary service is a viable solution for property managers who are experiencing challenges adhering to fire code compliance requirements.

If you need to inquire about temporary or long-term fire protection services, reach out to our team today.

About Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Memphis Fire Watch Services in Southern TennesseeNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is national security services firm. We’ve developed strong partnerships with numerous businesses in Memphis and its surrounding areas as a result of our excellent services, punctuality, and highly trained staff. Our fire watch staff are able to respond on short notice to fulfill the short or long-term needs of our clients.

We also staff OSHA-certified safety inspectors in Memphis. We provide fire watch protection services to schools, office buildings, office parks, concerts & special events, and residential structures. If you need to hire a fire watch guard in Memphis, TN, call us.

Have questions or concerns? Call us today.

To contact Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. regarding fire safety guards, call our office at any time of the day or night at 901-425-1011.

Memphis, TN Fireguards

Fire Watch Service Overview

  • 24 Hour, Day & Night Services
  • Support for Construction & Hot Work Sites
  • Support for Special Events & Concerts
  • Memphis Fire Marshal Approved
  • Short Notice Deployment Available
  • Long-term and Temporary Contracts Available
  • Support for Large Office Buildings & Office Parks
  • Support for Industrial Sites & Shipyards
  • We Provide Fire Protection & Safety Consultations
  • Roving Fire Hazard Prevention Patrols
  • Licensed & Trained

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If you have questions or would like to learn more about our fire watch services in Memphis, we ask that you contact us immediately to speak with a highly trained member of our staff. Our direct phone number is 901-425-1011.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
113 S Highland St #455, Memphis, TN 38111
Phone: 901-425-1011

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is active throughout Memphis, TN and the surrounding cities and townships. We provide fire watch services in Memphis, Arlington, Millington, Lewisburg, Collierville, Lakeland, Germantown and all nearby areas. If you need to talk with our team, call us any time of the day or night at 910-425-1011 or send us a message by using the contact form.

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