How much does a utility bond cost in Arizona?
The amount of coverage you’ll need for your Arizona utility bond is based on the amount of utility services you or your business consumes within a certain period. Your utility company will tell you the exact amount of bonding coverage needed.
The price you’ll pay for your Arizona utility surety bond is based on your personal credit report. Since both the bond amount and price can vary so much, we suggest calling us at 1 (800) 308-4358 or contacting us online. Our experts can help you with your unique surety bond needs!
|Bond Type||Bond Amount||Cost by Credit Score*|
|680 and up||679 - 600||599 or lower|
|Arizona Public Service Utility Bond||Varies||Starts at 1%||5-8%||10%+||Apply Now|
|Salt River Project (SRP) Utility Bond||Varies||Starts at 1%||5-8%||10%+||Apply Now|
|Southwest Gas Utility Bond||Varies||Starts at 1%||5-8%||10%+||Apply Now|
|Tucson Electric Power Company Utility Bond||Varies||Starts at 1%||5-8%||10%+||Apply Now|
A number of other utility companies in Arizona also require utility security deposit bonds. If you don’t see your utility company listed above, call 1 (800) 308-4358, and our team of experts will work with you to find the exact bond you need. Or, contact us now online to get started! We make the bonding process fast and easy.
What is a utility bond?
Utility bonds help ensure that customers pay their utility bills in full and on time.
If a bonded client fails to pay a utility bill appropriately, the utility company can make a claim on the bond. The client would be required to reimburse the surety company in full for any claims paid.
Ready to get bonded? Submit an online bond request, and one of our experts will contact you right away to help with your Arizona utility bond request.
If you have any questions about these or any other Arizona utility bonds, give us a call at 1 (800) 308-4358. We have surety specialists standing by to answer any questions you might have. You can also submit a bond request to receive a free bond quote.
You can read more about utility bonds here.
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