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Surety Bonds

Pre-Qualification Letters

Pre-qualification letters can help you secure jobs. These letters are given to prospective employers to vouch for your business and your work.

Bid Bonds

Bid bonds protect owners, assuring them that if they secure a contract with you you’d be obligated to finish the work or payout.

Maintenance Bonds

Maintenance bonds are insurance policies that ensure the contractor will resolve any defects that may arise, free of charge or you will be compensated.

Contractors Surety Bonds

The key purpose of contractor’s surety bonds is to assure any owner who contracts you that they will be covered financially if you cannot finish the work.

Offer Clients Peace of Mind with Contractor Surety Bonds

In general, all surety bonds involve three parties. The insurance provider (surety), the contractor (you), and the owner (the business or individual that you will be doing work for). Most surety bonds focus on having the surety guarantee the owner that if you fail to deliver on your contract, the surety will reimburse the owner for any financial losses. Surety bonds can also include guarantees that the contractor will be legally obligated to amend any at-fault issues that eventuate from their work once the job is complete.

At AMC Insurance, we offer contract bonds for:

  • General Contractors
  • Subcontractors
  • Service Contractors
  • Heavy Equipment Contractors
  • Suppliers
  • Manufacturers

We provide the following contract bonds for professionals:

  • Bid Bonds
  • Performance Bonds
  • Labor and Material Payment Bonds
  • Maintenance Bonds
  • Consents of Surety
  • Prequalification Letters
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Take Advantage of Bonds for Commercial Use with AMC Insurance

Commercial surety bonds are used as a guarantee for fiduciary obligations, governmental legislation, and applicants’ private contractual obligations. Bonds can be sold to companies or individuals to satisfy government regulations or court orders and replace lost share certificates.

Our commercial bonds are part of licensing processes and requirements for companies and specific professionals to protect against consumer fraud and misrepresentation. At AMC Insurance, we offer the following commercial sureties:

  • Custom and Excise Bonds
  • License and Permit Bonds
  • Fiduciary and Estate Bonds
  • Lost Instrument Bonds
  • Carnet Bonds

We also carry:

  • Fidelity Bonds
  • Canadian Custom Bonds
  • US Custom Bonds
  • Compliance Bonds
  • Brokerage Bonds
  • Home Bonds and More

Choose AMC Insurance Brokers for Your Surety Bonds

Surety bonds require backing from reliable insurance providers to help you secure work. When you come to AMC for your surety bond needs, you can feel confident that we will do all we can to help you get what you need to secure your next job. With AMC, you get the support that is:

Affordable

Our agents have an extensive professional network that gives us access to the best surety bond rates on the market.

Reliable

We’re committed to finding you support that’s guaranteed by strong financial backing. We work hard to save you money without sacrificing the quality of your bonds.

Valuable

At AMC, we understand how much your contractor business means to you. Our bonds protect you financially and give your clients the peace of mind they deserve.

FAQS

What Is the Process of Getting a Surety Bond?

The process of getting a surety bond is straightforward. You must first determine the dollar amount you need. Next, you file an application with our company and discuss your premium cost for the bond. After a premium has been determined, we will give you a copy of the bond agreement, and you will be required to pay your premiums. You will receive a signed copy of the agreement and an original copy of the bond with a Power-of-Attorney from the Surety.

How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost?

Your surety bond cost is determined by the type of bond you require. Each surety bond has its own unique cost structure. However, bonds typically run between 1% and 15% of the bond’s total value. If you work in an industry with elevated risks, such as construction, you may require a higher bond value.

How Long Does It Take for My Surety Bond to Be Approved?

Again, this heavily depends on the type of bond you need. In some cases, the process can be only a few minutes. More complicated bonds can take several days to attain.

Do I Need Collateral for a Surety Bond?

Collateral is not typically required, but this depends on the risks and specific circumstances related to the bond you are requesting.

Can Clients File Claims Against My Surety Bond?

Because of the nature of surety bonds, it’s rare to have a “claim” against them. Surety companies typically have different options to indemnify the contractor if an issue arises.

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