How much does a contractor bond cost in South Carolina?
Various cities and contractor classifications in South Carolina require contractors to post surety bonds prior to completing work. Applicants should verify their required bond amount with the city and/or government entity in charge of licensing and registration for their classification prior to bonding.
Many South Carolina contractor bonds can be issued instantly without a credit check, while others are subject to underwriting consideration. The best way to find out exactly how much you’ll pay for your South Carolina surety bond is to submit a bond request now!
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|Bond Type||Bond Amount||Cost*|
|Varies Columbia Contractor Bond||Varies||Subject to Underwriting||Apply Now|
|$2,000 Forest Acres Contractor Bond||$2,000||$100||Apply Now|
|$1,000 North Augusta Contractor Bond||$1,000||$100||Apply Now|
|Varies Richland County Contractor Bond||Varies||Subject to Underwriting||Apply Now|
|$5,000 Rock Hill Contractor Bond||$5,000||$100||Apply Now|
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Why do I need this bond?
Contractor bonds in South Carolina are put in place to ensure that principals (contractors) complete construction work in accordance with the laws of the city/state. This includes adhering to all building codes, paying all taxes that become due and more. Typically, these bonds protect the city/state and/or any individual who is harmed as a result of the principal’s noncompliance from financial loss up to the full amount of the bond. The principal must reimburse the surety for all damages paid out.
All South Carolina contractor bonds have unique terms, so applicants should be sure they understand the fine print of their surety bond contracts during the bonding and licensing processes.
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