Roofer License Bond
As part of the licensing process, roofers across the country need to post a plumbing bond. Depending on the roofer's location, the bond may be required by state, county, or city authorities.
What is a Roofer License Bond?
The purpose of the roofer license bond is to ensure that roofers will adhere to all applicable laws and professional standards, protecting your customers and the authority that issued your license.
Who needs Roofer License Bonds?
Typically, roofers are required to register or get licensed with their city, county, or state in order to be in business. In many cases, getting an electrical license requires posting a bond.
The following states require roofers to have a bond in order to get their license:
How much does a Roofer License Bond cost?
While the authority issuing your license sets the amount of the bond, you will only pay a portion of that amount. The percentage you pay is the bond premium and can range from 1% to 5% of the amount of the bond.
- Your premium you pay will depend on your financial stability.
- The surety underwriter will examine your personal and business finances, like your personal credit score and business assets.
- If the underwriter determines that the risk to bond you is low, your premium will be low.
Can you get a bond with bad credit?
Brunswick Companies has a large network of surety companies that makes it easier for our bond advisors to find the right fit you. Even if you have bad credit, bankruptcies, or civil judgements, it is possible for us to help you become bonded.
Under such circumstances, though, you can expect your premium to be in the range of 5% to 10% to compensate for the additional risk you pose.
How do you get a Roofer License Bond?
To begin, complete the quote form online. One of our bond advisors will receive your information and contact you quickly. They can answer all your questions about bonding and help you choose the options that are right for you and your business.