Arizona Contractor’s Bond

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How much does a contractor license bond cost in Arizona?

The Arizona Registrar of Contractors decides/figures out bond amounts based on the specific license type needed and the once-a-year volume of work completed. If you work within both the (where there are lots of homes) and commercial parts/areas, the state might request that you provide a dual license bond to cover both licenses. The bond amount would be calculated by combining the amount needed/demanded for separate license types.

The actual bond cost is subject to helping pay for and is based on the person (who is applying for something)‘s credit report. Rates can change/differ, so the best way to decide/figure out your higher price/higher cost is to contact a surety expert to get your free bond quote.

General Commercial Contracting and Engineering Contracting
Less than $150,000 once-a-year volume $5,000 Starts at $100 $250-400 $400+ Apply Now
General Commercial Contracting and Engineering Contracting
$150,000-$499,999 once-a-year volume $15,000 Starts at $150 $750-1,200 $1,200+ Apply Now
General Commercial Contracting and Engineering Contracting
$500,000-999,999 once-a-year volume $25,000 Starts at $250 $1,000-2,000 $2,000+ Apply Now
General Commercial Contracting and Engineering Contracting
$1 million-$5 million once-a-year volume $50,000 Starts at $500 $2,000-4,000 $4,000+ Apply Now
General Commercial Contracting and Engineering Contracting
$5 million-$10 million once-a-year volume $75,000 Starts at $500 $3,000-6,000 $6,000+ Apply Now
General Commercial Contracting and Engineering Contracting
More than $10 million once-a-year volume $100,000 Starts at $500 $4,000-8,000 $8,000+ Apply Now
Specialty Commercial Contracting
Less than $145,000 once-a-year volume $2,500 Starts at $100 $125-200 $200+ Apply Now
Specialty Commercial Contracting
$150,000-$499,999 once-a-year volume $7,000 Starts at $100 $350-600 $700+ Apply Now
Specialty Commercial Contracting
$500,000-1 million once-a-year volume $17,500 Starts at $100 $700-1,400 $1,500+ Apply Now
Specialty Commercial Contracting
$1 million-$5 million once-a-year volume $25,000 Starts at $250 1,000-2,000 $2,000+ Apply Now
Specialty Commercial Contracting
$5 million-$10 million once-a-year volume $37,500 Starts at $375 $1,500-3,000 $3,000+ Apply Now
Specialty Commercial Contracting
More than $10 million once-a-year volume $50,000 Starts at $500 $2,000-4,000 $4,000+ Apply Now
General (where there are lots of homes) Contracting
Less than $150,000 once-a-year volume $9,000 Starts at $100 $400-800 $800+ Apply Now
General (where there are lots of homes) Contracting
$150,000-749,999 once-a-year volume $9,000 Starts at $100 $400-800 $800+ Apply Now
General (where there are lots of homes) Contracting
More than $750,000 once-a-year volume $15,000 Starts at $100 $500-1,000 $1,000+ Apply Now
Special (where there are lots of homes) Contracting
Less than $100,000 once-a-year volume $4,250 Starts at $100 $125-400 $400+ Apply Now
Special (where there are lots of homes) Contracting
$100,000-374,999 once-a-year volume $4,250 Starts at $100 $125-400 $400+ Apply Now
Special (where there are lots of homes) Contracting
More than $375,000 once-a-year volume $7,500 Starts at $100 $300-600 $600+ Apply Now
Bond of Most important Contractor
Differs/changes Starts at 1% 4-8% 10%+ Apply Now
*The bond payment rate quotes gave/given to you through this website are for pricing comparisons and quotation guess (of a number) purposes only. The bond rate quotes gave/given are based on general ideas (you think are true) that may or may not be related to you and are subject to change at any time. These rate quotes do not make up/be equal to an offer of insurance, nor is any contract, agreement, or bond coverage suggested, formed or bound by the provision of rate quotes. Bondability, final bond payment rate quotes and an offer of insurance, if any, will be figured out by/decided by the insurance company providing your bond. You must contact us directly to get a quote for binding purposes.

By posting the contractor license bond, contractors agree to follow all laws and rules stated within the Arizona Changed/redone Laws. If any of the following acts are committed, a claim can be made on the bond and the contractor‘s license can be taken back or suspended:

leaving alone (and forgetting) a contract after submitting a bid
failing to pay taxes
acting in a fake/illegal (because of lying and stealing) way resulting in injury of another
helping someone else to get away from/violate clearly stated/particular rules
failing to obey all safety and labor laws
advertising in a false or sneaky and false way

These and other rules and rules can be found in the Arizona Changed/redone Laws, Chapter 10. These particular rules are from section 1151.01.

If you‘re ready to start the license and (gluing or joining together/friendship forming) process, contact an expert surety specialist now to receive your free, no-(responsibility/duty) quote. We can provide your decorated (with a personal touch) quote quickly!
What’s the details of the agreement?

The contractor‘s license classification number(s) and correct bond amount(s) must be (in a way that’s close to the truth or true number) listed on the bond form.

Arizona contractor license (forces that join things together/promises to pay money back) are continuous until canceled. If the surety cancels this bond, the obligee must be given at least 30 days (see/hear/become aware of).

As of July 1, 2014, the Arizona Registrar of Contractors changed/redone many of the laws that control Arizona contractor licenses and their connected (forces that join things together/promises to pay money back). Look at/look through ourImportant Linkssection below to find more information on the changes.
How to become a contractor in Arizona

The way Arizona tells the difference between commercial and (where there are lots of homes) contractor licenses means the state has (before that/before now) maintained as many as 238 different license classifications. Changes to rules in 2014 reduced this number by grouping together many commercial and (where there are lots of homes) licenses into a dual license.

Once the person (who is applying for something) has been (glued or joined together/formed a friendship), he or she can apply for a contractor license with the state. The following must be given when filing the (online or paper form that asks for a job, money, admission, etc.).

correct license classification reflecting 2014 changes
passing score on correct trade exam
all fees paid in the correct amount
(related to managing money) statements
necessary background checks