Houston Fire Watch Services

Fire Guard Services Overview

Fire Watch Services in Houston

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. is a BBB A+ rated fire protection company that’s based in Houston, TX. If you’re the owner or operator of a building or other type of facility that may be prone to fire hazards or subject to regulations of the Houston fire safety code, a compliant fire safety and detective system will be required.

In the event that the system malfunctions or has to undergo maintenance upgrades or repair, the facility in question will fail to comply with local and state fire safety requirements leaving the owner of the building exposed to fines and the potential for shutdown. The shutdown of a building that’s used for commercial interests could result in catastrophic financial losses for the owner. With the assistance of fire watch guards, such a reality can be avoided.

Experience, Trained Fire Watch Guards

Houston Fire Watch Services

Fire watch guards under our employ are charged with identifying and reporting both fire hazards and active fires. We have experience providing service for special events, fireworks displays, movie sets, pyrotechnic displays, construction and hotwork sites, and with providing fire protection services to schools and large office towers.

If you’re owner or operator of a commercial building, office park, school, or industrial facility in the Houston, TX general region, and you need the services of professional, well-trained fire watch guards, we encourage you to consider working with Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.

Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides 24-hour fire protection services. We’re able to respond to the needs of our clients on short notice. To contact our office, you may use the contact form on our website or place a quick and friendly phone call to our office by calling us directly at 713-587-9600.

Fire Guard Services Overview

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Fire Watch & Fire Guard Services

  • Avoid Fines from the Fire Marshal
  • Avoid Business & Facility Shutdown
  • Hot Work Construction Site Watch
  • School Campus Oversight
  • Movie Sets & Entertainment Venues
  • Hotels & Commercial Establishments
  • Fire guards for nightclubs
  • 24 Hour Service Availability in Houston, TX
  • Emergency Service Available
  • Periodic Premise Patrols
  • We Are Licensed & Insured

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc. provides fire guard services 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. If you have questions about our fire watch and fire guard services in the Houston, TX general region, please email us or call (713) 587-9600.

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Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc.,
2425 West Loop South #300, Houston, TX 77027
Phone: 713-587-9600
Email: support@ntwinvestigations.com

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We serve the entirety of the Greater Houston area including Sugar Land, Galveston, Conroe, Downtown Houston, Baytown, Katy, Brazoria, and all areas in-between. If you need fire protection services in southeast Texas, contact us. To reach Nationwide Investigations & Security, Inc., call us 24 hours per day, 7 days per week at 713-587-9600.

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