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Wyoming Contractor License Bond

How much does a contractor bond cost in Wyoming?

Contractors in Gillette, Wyoming, must post $5,000 surety bonds. Contractors in Lander, Wyoming, must post $2,000 surety bonds. Contractors in Sheridan, Wyoming, must post $25,000 or $10,000 surety bonds depending on the work being performed. Non-resident contractors must post sales and use tax bonds in varying amounts. Applicants should verify their required bond amount with their city or the state prior to bonding.

Most of these bonds can be issued instantly for just $100 without a credit check. Non-resident contractor sales and use tax bonds are subject to underwriting consideration. Find out how much you’ll pay for your surety bond now!

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost*
Gillette, Wyoming, Contractor Bond $5,000 $100 Apply Now
Lander, Wyoming, Contractor Bond $2,000 $100 Apply Now
Sheridan, Wyoming, Contractor Bond Plumbing/HVAC contractor or electrical contractor $10,000 $100 Apply Now
Sheridan, Wyoming, Contractor Bond Commercial contractor or residential contractor $25,000 $125 Apply Now
Non-Resident Contractor Sales and Use Tax Bond Varies Subject to Underwriting Apply Now
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Gillette, Wyoming, Contractor Bond

All contractors, subcontractors and contract labor working on infrastructure, improvements and repairs in the public right-of-way and city projects in Gillette must hold the class of license required for the work performed. Individual trade licenses are also required for Class D electrical, gas pipefitter, HVAC, plumbing and refrigeration contractors.

A contractor’s responsibilities include:

  • building in compliance with the adopted Construction Codes, City Codes and requirements
  • obtaining required permits prior to commencing work
  • obtaining required inspections
  • constructing without substantial deviation from the approved construction plans
  • maintaining responsibility for all work included in the contract, whether the work is done by the contractor or subcontractor, ensuring that all subcontractors are properly licensed and acquiring a Certificate of Occupancy prior to habitation

Contractors in Gillette must post $5,000 surety bonds and submit them to the Building and Inspection Division. These bonds must be maintained for the term of the contractor’s license. If the bond on file with Building Inspection expires during the term of the license, the license will be immediately suspended. No inspections, permits or Certificates of Occupancy will be issued until the bond is reinstated. The license will be reinstated upon receipt of the original bond/continuation bond.

For more information, check out the city’s contractor license application packet.

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Lander, Wyoming, Contractor Bond

Class I, II, III and IV building contractors in Lander, Wyoming, must be licensed to perform construction work within the city. All licenses are granted for a period of 1 year, running from July 1 to June 30 except for the initial year if the year is only a fraction of the year. The initial year will run from the time the license is granted to June 30 of the first year.

Every applicant for issuance or renewal of an electrical, contractor, plumbing contractor, building contractor, refrigeration repair work or HVAC contractor license must post a $2,000 surety bond to the City of Lander. This bond ensures that the contractor will comply with the requirements of the title. The city or any person harmed by the contractor’s noncompliance is protected from resulting financial losses up to the full amount of the bond.

For more information, check out the city’s contractor license application packet.

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Sheridan, Wyoming, Contractor Bond

Contractors in Sheridan, Wyoming, must be licensed before engaging in the business of contracting or subcontracting. To become a licensed contractor or subcontractor in Sheridan, applicants must:

  • submit written application to the Building Official
  • provide proof of liability insurance
  • post a license and permit surety bond in the proper amount
  • provide verification of experience requirements

All licenses must be renewed annually.

Commercial contractors are not limited to any building type and must:

  • successfully complete the requirements for a Journeyman carpenter
  • provide verification of successful completion of the required ICC test
  • provide notarized Project Verification Form showing at least 2 years experience as a journeyman at the appropriate level
  • provide verification of required $500,000 liability insurance
  • provide current required bond in the amount of $25,000
  • pay current licensing fee

Residential contractors are limited to the construction of 1 or 2 family dwellings and townhouses and must:

  • successfully complete the requirements for Journeyman carpenter
  • provide verification of successful completion of required ICC test
  • provide notarized Project Verification form showing at least 2 years experience as a journeyman at the appropriate level.
  • provide verification of required $500,000 liability insurance
  • provide current required bond in the amount of $25,000
  • pay current licensing fee

Plumbing/HVAC contractors must:

  • successfully complete the requirements for a Journeyman Plumber or HVAC based on license applied for
  • provide verification of successful completion of required ICC test(s)
  • provide notarized Project Verification form showing at least 2 years experience as a journeyman at the appropriate level
  • provide verification of required $500,000 liability insurance
  • provide current required bond in the amount of $10,000
  • pay current licensing fee

Electrical contractors must meet the same requirements as plumbing/HVAC contractors, as well as provide a copy of a current Wyoming State electrical license (contractor and master of record).

A person with 6 or more years of verifiable experience may, at the discretion of the Building Official, qualify for a contractor’s license without first obtaining a journeyman license.

Type III contractors may choose from siding/roofing/glazing, masonry/concrete/plastering/drywall/acoustical or sign/solar and must do the following:

  • provide verification of at least 2 years experience working for a contractor licensed in the same trade as the license applied for
  • provide verification of required $500,000 liability insurance
  • provide a current bond in the amount of $10,000
  • pay current license fee

For more information, check out the city’s contractor license application packet.

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Non-Resident Contractor Sales and Use Tax Bond

Wyoming non-resident contractor sales and use tax bonds ensure that principals (nonresident or prime contractors as defined by Wyoming Statutes 39-16-301) pay all sales and use taxes that become due to the State of Wyoming in compliance with the Selective Sales Tax Act of 1937 and the Use Tax Act of 1937.

Because these bonds are subject to underwriting consideration, the price you’ll pay for your bond depends not only on a review of your personal credit report but also on your required amount of bond coverage. Applicants should verify their required bond amount with the state prior to bonding.

The surety can terminate its liability under this bond at any time by giving written notice of cancellation to the Department of Revenue and to the principal. Termination becomes effective 30 days after the receipt of said notice by the department.

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