What is the purpose of the Florida Contractor Bond-Hillsborough County?
The Florida Contractor Bond-Hillsborough County helps protect all persons suffering from loss or damages resulting from the bond holder failing to comply with Hillsborough County provisions and codes. It will also protect against faulty workmanship. The required bond amount is set at $5,000 and the premium is usually $100.00.
This bond is one the requirements for those who wish to perform construction-related work or operate a construction-related business in Hillsborough County.
How do I become licensed as a contractor in Hillsborough County?
Please take note that for those who are already licensed by the state, all you need to do is register with Hillsborough County. For others, please see the steps below:
- Download the appropriate registration form
- Pay the appropriate fees
- Attach all the needed documents and submit
- Copy of government issued identification
- One passport sized color photo
- Copies of any Certificates of Completion
- Copy of test score from approved agency
- Two personal character references, if applicable
How do I obtain a Florida Contractor Bond-Hillsborough County?
Surety Solutions Insurance Services Inc was established in 2003. Although our headquarters are located in California, we are actually licensed in all 50 states. We have also partnered with several surety markets to ensure that we would only offer the best rates for all our clients. Our application processing time is also very fast, with some applications taking just a business day to get approved!
If you wish to get this surety bond from us, please fill out and submit an online application form. You will then be contacted by our licensed agents who will give a no-obligation quote for your bond. If you find the price to your satisfaction, just pay the said amount and sign all the paperwork. We will then send the surety bond through USPS Priority Mail or overnight delivery.
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