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Surety Bond

If bidding on government contractor or construction projects is in your future, a Surety Bond will likely be necessary. Surety Bonds, also called Permit Bonds or License Bonds, are put in place to ensure that a contractor performs all duties to comply with the standards and codes required by law and the contract.

Our experts at Koch Insurance Group can help you determine whether you need a Surety Bond and help your business prepare all the materials so that you’re ready when the opportunities for those big projects arise.

What are Surety Bonds?

A Surety Bond is unique from other kinds of insurance and almost always is associated with contracts for government-funded construction and contracting projects. Usually, the insurance policies that you carry protect your own business assets and interests. In the case of a Surety Bond, even though you purchase it, it’s actually put in place to protect the client.

If, for some reason, you are not able to fulfill the job to the standards of the contract and of all applicable codes and laws, the Surety Bond will pay the client so that they can have another contractor finish the project correctly. The entity issuing the Surety Bond would then turn to you for reimbursement.

Because the Surety Bond was issued by an insurance company, the client will be careful to vet your contractor or construction business to confirm your ability to uphold the terms of the contract.
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If you’re considering bidding on a project that requires a Surety Bond, turn to Koch Insurance Group. We can walk you through the process and make sure everything is in order so that you’re professional and prepared.

Please contact us today and let us help you explore more about Surety Bonds
along with all your insurance needs.

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