Austin, TX Fire Watch Services

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If you’re the owner or operator of a building or other business facility with a malfunctioning fire alarm system, the law will require you to evacuate the premise and repair the problem immediately. The only way around a grim circumstance such as a full facility shutdown order is to hire fire watch guards until the fire safety system is operating optimally and functioning correctly.

Failure to comply with local safety policies will result in unsafe conditions on the premise and multiple fines which will likely be assessed with a daily frequency for each fire code violation. If you operate a building or other facility in Austin and have experienced a fire-safety system failure, reach out to Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. immediately.

Fire Watch Guards Are Available on Short Notice

We Provide Fire Protection Services to All Types of Facilities

Austin Fire Watch ServicesNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is able to deploy fireguards on short notice, immediately. If you’re the building manager or owner and fire-alarm or fire-sprinkler system isn’t working properly, you don’t have to close up shop so long as you have trained fireguards ready to pick up the slack. Our fire-watch security staff are trained to operate in office buildings, construction sites, nightclubs, houses of worship, and facilities where welding, flame-cutting, and other high-temperature work practices where the law requires fireguards to be present.

To contact us regarding the hiring of fireguards or fire investigations, call our Austin, TX office by phone at 512-910-7631. Immediate deployment and no-contract short-term options are available.

Austin Fireguard Services

Overview of Fire-Watch Services

  • 24 Hour Fire Watch Guard Service Available
  • Fire Marshal Approved
  • Fire Hazard Identification & Reporting
  • Fireguards for Construction Sites
  • Fire Safety Consultations
  • Post-Fire Incident Investigations
  • Services for School Campuses
  • Fireguard Services for Medical & Industrial Facilities
  • Fire watch for Hotels & Residential Complexes
  • Fire Code Compliance during Alarm System Downtimes
  • Periodic Patrols & Known Fire Hazards

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is ready to respond to our clients, business partners, and new clients who are in need of immediate fire-watch services in Austin or elsewhere in Texas. To contact us with questions or service requests, call 512-910-7631.

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Phone: 512-910-7631
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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides fireguard services in the Austin & Central Texas region. We’ll also deploy to Dripping Springs, Round Rock, Georgetown, Cedar Park, Kyle, San Marcos, and New Braunfels if needed. If you have questions, concerns, or would like a service quote from our administrative staff, please call 512-910-7631.

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  • Trump threatens to cut millions from fire departments in California after deadly wildfires May 20, 2019
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