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How much does an Idaho HVAC specialty contractor bond cost?
The Idaho HVAC specialty contractor bond costs $250 for the state-required 3-year term. Your $250 premium will cover all 3 years of the licensing requirement coverage.
How do you get an Idaho HVAC specialty contractor bond?
You can purchase your Idaho HVAC contractor bond online 24/7. Simply provide your contractor name and business address as required for HVAC Board approval. Once you've submitted payment, your official Idaho contractor license bond will be emailed to you instantly.
How fast can I get an HVAC contractor license bond?
SuretyBonds.com offers instant Idaho HVAC contractor license bond delivery 24/7. Purchase now to receive your official bond delivered in minutes by email.
What is an Idaho HVAC specialty contractor bond?
Idaho Code Statute 54-5007 requires HVAC professionals file a $2,000 surety bond effective for the duration of their HVAC license. Form #HVC-02A is officially titled the “State of Idaho Division of Building Safety HVAC Board,” but it's more commonly known as the “HVAC Specialty Contractor Bond.” This bond requirement stipulates that heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contractors perform all HVAC work according to state HVAC laws. The bond protects individuals from incurring costs from damages that result from faulty HVAC work.
Why do you need an Idaho HVAC specialty contractor bond?
By filing this bond, HVAC professionals agree to follow state laws when working on HVAC systems. If you fail to do so, the issuing surety company will pay valid claims to harmed individuals up to the full $2,000 bond amount. As the bonded specialty HVAC contractor, you must reimburse claims paid due to fraud or other noncompliance.
This Idaho contractor license bond is specifically required to get an HVAC contractor license in the state. The State Fire Marshall also enforces a separate Idaho fire sprinkler contractor bond requirement. We also offer information about other Idaho contractor license bond types.
Who regulates licensing for HVAC contractors?
The Idaho Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses enforces requirements for HVAC specialty contractor licensing. If you have questions about the licensing requirement or the status of your HVAC license, the state HVAC Board advises you call 1(208)334-3950 or email [email protected].
How do Idaho HVAC and specialty contractors file your bond?
After you've purchased and received your official surety bond form, you'll need to sign it and submit your application paperwork to the State HVAC Board by email [email protected] or by mail.
Idaho Division of Occupational & Professional Licenses
PO Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720-0063
How do I update or change my HVAC contractor bond?
If the Idaho HVAC Board requires you to make any changes to your bond documentation, contact your surety provider. If you purchased your bond from SuretyBonds.com, email [email protected] to explain the needed change.
The most common changes requested for this bond are the contractor name or business address.
How do I renew my HVAC contractor license bond?
You must renew your Idaho specialty HVAC contractor before its current 3-year term expires. Once you pay your SuretyBonds.com renewal invoice, renewal instructions will be emailed to you to keep your bond active for your next license term.
How do HVAC and specialty contractors apply for certification in Idaho?
Complete the following steps to apply for HVAC specialty contractor licensure in Idaho.
- Submit a completed application.
- Purchase and file a $2,000 contractor license surety bond.
- Provide proof of having at least 2 years of experience working as an HVAC specialty journeyman.
- Pass the required examination.
- Provide a Social Security Number.
- Pay the $35 nonrefundable application fee.
- Provide a copy of legal identification.
- Pay the licensing fee as determined.
Submit your application and payment of fees by emailing them to [email protected].
Need a surety bond for a construction project in Idaho?
Idaho contractor license bonds, including this bond for HVAC systems contractors, are required for licensing compliance. If you need a surety bond before you can begin work on an individual contracted project, you might need a bid bond, payment bond, performance bond, or other type of contract bond. If you work in states other than Idaho, we also offer contractor license bonds nationwide.