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Colorado Contractor License Bond

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How much does a Colorado contractor license bond cost?

Most contractor license bonds in Colorado may be issued instantly for just 1% of the total bond amount. For example, a $10,000 contractor bond may be issued for $100.

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Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$10,000 Denver Cement Sidewalk Contractor License Bond $10,000 $100
$10,000 Denver Special Contractor License Bond $10,000 $100
$25,000 Denver Structural Contractor Bond $25,000 $250
$50,000 Denver Sewer Contractor Bond $50,000 $500
$50,000 Denver General Contractor Bond $50,000 Price Varies GET A QUOTE
$20,000 Arvada Municipal Contractor Bond $20,000 $100

Why do I need a contractor bond?

Although contractor bonds are required in varying amounts based on the type of license for which an applicant is seeking, all contractor bonds in Colorado are required to ensure contractors complete construction work in accordance with the laws of the city and state, including adhering to all building codes and paying all taxes as they are due. If the contractor fails to comply with applicable rules and regulations, the bond protects the city/state and any individual harmed as a result of the contractor’s noncompliance from financial loss up to the full amount of the bond.

Many Colorado contractor bonds are issued for one-year terms and must be renewed annually. However, applicants should ensure they understand the fine print of their surety bond contracts to avoid a potential lapse in coverage.

How to become a contractor in the State of Colorado?

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To become a legal contractor in Colorado, an individual must receive a license before practicing in any municipality. Several steps need to be taken before a license can be issued. There are a variety of different contractor licenses required depending on the industry. The different types of contractor licenses that Colorado requires include electrical, plumbing, and a general contractor license.

Obtain Relevant Paperwork and Pay Licensing Fees

A Colorado contractor application must also be filed before applying to become a contractor. Those applying for a license must file for the respective forms pertaining to the electrical, plumbing, and general contractor licenses. Applications for a general contractor license can be obtained from the office of the municipality where services are being offered.

Before beginning an application, applicants should have the following documents prepared:

Electrical contractors will pay $120 for a journeyman classification or $140 for a master electrical contractor license. There are three type of plumbing contractor classifications available in Colorado. A residential plumbing contractor license is $100, a journeyman license is $120, and a master plumbing contractor license costs $140. General contractor fees vary and are determined by the municipality in which the license is issued.

Electricians and plumbers must also pass a licensing examination. The Colorado State Board provides letters to all applicants with information on testing locations, fees, and schedules. Applicants can review material for their exams by visiting the Electrical Board and State Plumbing Board websites.

Need a surety bond for a construction project?

Payment bonds and performance bonds are often required for specific construction projects. No matter the state, SuretyBonds.com can get you the bond you need for your next job.

Additional Resources

Denver, Colorado Contractor Licensing Information

Arvada, Colorado Municipal Contractor Licensing Information