Nashville, TN Fire Watch Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. offers fire watch services in Nashville, TN and throughout the region. If a fire safety system fails or needs to be decommissioned for maintenance purposes, local fire code regulations may require the presence of trained fire watch guards to promulgate fire safety, to report fire hazards, and to report fires.

The Nashville Fire Department may require a trained fire watch guard for some special events, building constructions & remodels, and may require fire watch guards in lieu of the inspection of newly installed or repaired fire sprinkler and alarm systems.

Failure to comply with fire safety regulations could mean the end of operations, hefty fines, or both. If you need an experienced partner to ensure compliance with state and local fire codes, we’re ready to help.

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Nashville, TN Fire Watch ServicesWe’re committed to providing top-notch fire protection services to our clients. Some of our past and current fire protection clients include schools and educational facilities, dangerous worksites, construction sites, pyrotechnic events and concerts, new building constructions, office buildings and office parks, undeveloped and wooded areas. If you’re looking for a partner in Nashville, TN that provides assistance in the fire safety protection arena, our fire watch guards are ready to help.

To contact our management team for a service quote, to schedule emergency service, or to get answers to any questions you may have, contact our management team today. Our phone number is 615-724-9996. We look forward to hearing from you.

Nashville, TN Fire Watch Guards

Fire Watch Services Overview

  • Fireguards for Special Events
  • Support for Pyrotechnic Displays
  • Fire Watch Security for Commercial Buildings
  • 24 Hour Fire Safety Protection Guards
  • Support for Industrial & Construction Sites
  • Support for Dangerous Work Sites
  • Immediate Reporting of Fires & Fire Hazards
  • We hire Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Ask about OSHA Inspection Preparation Services
  • 24 Hour Monitoring of Combustible Materials
  • Emergency Service Available

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is ready to respond on behalf of our clients and business partners who may be in need of immediate fire watch services in Nashville, TN and the surrounding areas. To connect with our management staff for a service quote or to schedule service, call us today at 615-724-9996.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
718 Thompson Lane #108, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone: 615-724-9996

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. offers professional fire watch guard services in Nashville, Franklin, Pasquo, Ashland City, Ridgetop, Gladeville, Peytonsville, Brentwood, Kingston Springs and throughout the region. If you have questions or would like a service quote from our administrative staff, please call 615-724-9996 today.

Tennessee Fire Rescue News


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  • State marks one year since first reported COVID case March 5, 2021
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  • Madison County Fire Department receives over $6k for grain bin rescue training March 4, 2021
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    Hawkins County Emergency Medical Services and Mount Carmel Fire Department are proud to announce a joint venture that will further assist the emergent needs of the community. The execution of two new interacting response systems that work together collectively are a structured First Response Program and a Cardiac Arrest Program that will provide an increase […]
  • Update: Bill banning residency requirements for first responders passes state Senate March 4, 2021
    The Tennessee Senate approved proposed legislation that would ban residency requirements for first responders. The measure, which is sponsored by Republican Sen. Brian Kelsey of Germantown, passed 26 to 6 in the Senate. According to the state legislature, it has not made it out of committee in the House. - PUB DATE: 3/4/2021 12:00:00 AM […]