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We offer a special program for all NEW CA Contractors applying with an application fee number! We will waive the credit check requirement for underwriting and approve your bond for $140.00 for a one year term. This special program is limited to NEW LICENSEE'S ONLY!
Do not let bad credit stop you from getting your California Contractor's License Bond. Bond 911 can help you find approval regardless of low credit scores or other financial issues. We have exclusive underwriting programs established for all credit types and in-house authority to find the best rate for your bonding needs.
Contractors in California must post $15,000 surety bonds. By posting a contractor's bond, contractors pledge to comply with the business and Professions Code (Division 3, Chapter 9). The bond protects harmed parties from financial loss up to the full amount of the bond if the contractor fails to comply with the law and the terms of the surety bond agreement. The principal must reimburse the surety for all of the damages paid out.
These bonds remain in full force and effect until canceled. The surety can cancel the bond in accordance with the provisions of Section 996.310 of the Code of Civil Procedure.
The applicant's license or application number and classification(s) are required from all applicants for quoting and approval.
The Contractors State License Board (CSLB) licenses and regulates active contractor in the state of California. All contractors are required to carry the contractors license bond that is available at Bond911.com.
Unlicensed contractors that do not carry the California Contractor's License Bond do not receive protection from the bond insurance requirement. The CSLB receives nearly 20,000 complaints regarding unlicensed contractors annually. Contracting without a license is a crime punishable by fines and imprisonment (Business & Profession Code 7028).
Here are some helpful links to assist with the state application process: