Security Now USA Offers Fire Watch Service

August 24, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - California — Security Now USA, a leading security company based in Wyoming, is now offering 24/7 fire watch service.

Guards from Security Now USA are specially trained in providing fire watch services for residential and commercial establishments. The fire watch service is suited for those who are still processing their fire protection system or those with problematic fire alarm.

“Security Now USA professionally trained and licensed guards will give you peace of mind while protecting your most valuable assets from fire, theft, vandalism, and helping to prevent other unwanted or illegal activity,” the company stated on their website.

Customers can quickly request for a fire watch guard through the company’s online booking system. This booking system can be opened by downloading the Security Now USA mobile app. Through the app, anyone can book a guard on their selected date, time, and location. Customers can also make any special requests by using the app.

The app also serves as a transparent platform that allows customers in the loop. One of its unique features is the availability to track patrolled areas conveniently. It also allows residents to provide an incident report.

Security Now USA likewise provides security services for schools, mall, stadiums, hospital, bank, hotel, restaurants, and construction sites. They also conduct person search for those who are missing. They likewise do an employee background check.

The company’s primary thrust is its good reputation and its people. Security Now USA holds a State of Ohio Department of Public Safety PISGS Class “A” license.

Security Now USA was founded on years of experience in security and local, state and federal law enforcement/military. We firmly believe that the most valuable resource we offer is our team members. Each member is licensed by the State of Ohio Department of Public Safety PISGS to provide armed or un-armed services you need,” the company stated on their website.

For more information about the company’s fire watch services and security service, call 888-239-7621. One can also visit their office at 15260 Ventura Boulevard Suite 1200, Sherman Oaks, California.

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For more information about Security Now USA , contact the company here:

Security Now USA
Doyle Word
(888) 239-7621
doylehword@gmail.com
15260 Ventura Boulevard Suite 1200 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 United States

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