Colorado Federal Heights Contractor Bond
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What is the cost of a Federal Heights, Colorado contractor bond?
The Colorado Federal Heights contractor bond costs $100 annually. Select the multi-year discount at checkout to extend your bond term and save money!
How do I get a contractor license bond in Federal Heights?
You can purchase your contractor surety bond online 24/7. Select your preferred term and provide the following information for Building Department filing approval.
- license type
Once your payment is received, your official bond documents will be delivered to your email.
How fast can you get a contractor bond?
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What is a Federal Heights, Colorado contractor bond?
Federal Heights, Colorado Code of Ordinances Section 46-28 requires contractors working in the public right-of-way file a surety bond as part of the permit process. The bond ensures the contractor complies with all city ordinances, rules, and regulations related to the construction, excavation, or work in the public right-of-way. If the contractor fails to do so, their issuing surety company will pay valid claims up to the full bond amount, which the bonded contractor is required to reimburse.
Who regulates licensing for contractors?
The City of Federal Heights Building Department enforces licensing requirements for contractors working in the city. You can contact the Department by phone at 1(303)412-3526 or email at [email protected].
This bond is a local requirement for contractors in Federal Heights, Colorado. If you work as a contractor in the state and need a separate contractor bond, we offer other Colorado contractor license bonds.
Need a surety bond for a construction project in Colorado?
Federal Heights contractor bonds are required for local licensing compliance. If you need surety bond coverage for an individual contracted project, you might need a bid bond, payment bond, performance bond, or other type of contract bond. If you work as a contractor in states other than Colorado, we offer contractor bonds across the United States.
Why do you need a Federal Heights, Colorado contractor bond?
The Federal Heights construction bond is required for contractors working in the public right-of-way to ensure you abide by all city building code and regulations. Additionally, the bond ensures you pay fees as a result of negligence or breach of the terms of your street cutting permit.
How does a Federal Heights, Colorado contractor bond protect consumers?
Individuals who suffer damages as a result of a bonded contractor's noncompliance may file a claim against the contractor's surety bond. Additionally, the city can file a claim against the bond on its own behalf or for others harmed by the contractor's work. The issuing surety company will pay valid damages up to the bond's full amount, which the licensed contractor is required to reimburse.
How do you update or change your construction contractor bond form?
If the Building Department requires your bond form to be updated for any reason, contact your bonding company. If you purchased your bond from SuretyBonds.com, email [email protected] to explain the needed change. The most common changes for these bonds include updating the following personal information.
- license type
Can you renew a Federal Heights, Colorado contractor bond?
Your Federal Heights, Colorado contractor bond should be renewed at the end of its current term. Once you pay your SuretyBonds.com renewal invoice, renewal instructions will be emailed to you to keep your bond active. The bond is required to be in force for 2 years after the work described in your permit has been completed and approved.
How do I get a contractor license in Federal Heights, Colorado?
The following must be provided in order to acquire a contractors ROW permit in Federal Heights.
- completed contractor registration application
- surety bond
- proof of liability insurance
- proof of workers compensation (if applicable)
- copy of master and state licenses (electrical and plumbing only)
- work plans for protection of existing landscaping and property
- site plans or construction drawings detailing planned work
- traffic control and erosion protection plan
- statement including any joint facilities or joint property used (if any)
- payment of all fees