San Antonio Fire Watch Services

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

We Provide Fire Watch Services in San Antonio, TX

Emergency Availability. No Contractual Requirements. Cost Effective.

It’s not uncommon for sprinkler systems or fire alarm systems to malfunction or require maintenance. If this occurs on your property, the Bexar County Fire Marshal’s Office may require the entire facility to be vacated unless an acceptable solution can be found for the fire hazard. This could be catastrophic for business.

Otherwise, the business or operator of the business will be subject to fines, penalties, and other fees. We’re able to help. If you’re in need of professional, skilled and trained fire watch officers in San Antonio, reach out to Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. today!

Some construction sites and industrial settings require a combination of fire safety systems and fire guard officers to comply with fire safety codes. For more information related to San Antonio fire safety codes, click or press here.

We Are The Experienced Fire Protection Experts

San Antonio Fire Watch ServicesNationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides fire watch guard services to all types of business and facilities in San Antonio. We’ve worked with schools, colleges, office building management companies, industrial facilities, and on new construction projects. Regards of the type of operation being engaged in which might require fire protection officers, we’re ready to step in provide assistance 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a national leader for fireguard services, and we’re based in Texas with offices in San Antonio. If you need to speak with a fire safety expert or hire a qualified fireguard, call us at 210-774-6977.

San Antonio Fire Watch Services

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Fireguard & Fire Watch Safety Services

  • Avoid Hefty Fees & Fines from the Fire Marshal
  • Prevent the Shutdown of Your Business
  • Services for Construction Sites
  • Fire protection for School Campuses
  • Concert Venues & Theaters
  • Hotels & Commercial Establishments
  • Fireguards for Nightclubs & Malls
  • 24 Hour Service Availability in San Antonio, TX
  • We Provide Emergency Services
  • Roving Property Patrols
  • We Are Licensed & Insured

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If you need any questions answered about our fireguard services in the San Antonio, TX general region, please email us or call 210-774-6977 today.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
1100 NW Loop 410 #700, San Antonio, TX 78213
Phone: 210-774-6977
Email: support@ntwinvestigations.com

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. services the entire Greater San Antonio area including Alamo Heights, Bexar, Boerne, Universal City, Canyon Lake, Seguin, New Braunfels, Pleasanton, and all neighboring towns and communities. If you need to schedule a meeting with us or hire a fireguard, call our office at 210-774-6977.

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