You can now apply online for a Performance Bond - it only takes three (3) minutes! (Yep, we timed it.) Click here:
Or you Can download our Express Performance Bond Application (click to download form)
- Complete the form and email to [email protected]
- Be sure to include the Contract and Notice of Award letter (bid specs from the obligee).
- Send the bid results if you have them
What Happens for a Performance Bond when the Owner is the Builder?
A Performance Bond can provide the guarantee that one party will meet their obligations. If not, then the other side pays for it!
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How does a performance bond work?
When a performance bond is issued by one party to contract, it serves as a guarantee against the other party's failure to meet their obligations under the agreement or deliver on the level of a promise.
How do I get a construction performance bond?
In order to get a performance bond, contractors must usually pay a premium on the bond amount as well as interest on the bid. The riskier of an entrepreneur is, they will be required to have higher premiums and or costs in order for their bids to be considered.
Who is the beneficiary of a performance bond?
The beneficiary of a performance bond is the person or company that would suffer if the contractor does not complete his/her work on time. Here's How is a Performance Bond different from a Labor and Materials Bond?
Who are the parties to a performance bond?
A performance bond is a contract that obligates the principal to fulfill an obligation. Parties are typically three: The Principal (the primary party who will be performing the contractual obligations), Obligee, and Surety.
What are the three major types of construction bonds?
Bid bonds, performance bonds and payment bonds are the three major types of construction bonds. The intention is that these financial instruments will act as a guarantee for those working on the project to show up when they're supposed to or face losing their money.
What does a performance bond cost?
It's not unusual for the cost of a Performance Bond to be less than 1% of your contract price, but if you have poor credit or are dealing with an amount under $1 million then it may come at more. View our How does Surety make Money on Performance Bond Fee?
Do you get your money back on a performance bond?
You may be able to get your money back on a performance bond, if you follow the proper procedures. If you never submitted your bond to the Obligee/State and can send in an original copy of it (and have not canceled), then sometimes full or partial refund will be provided.
Do performance bonds expire?
Performance bonds typically have expiration dates. They can be as short as a year or two, but many are more long-lasting than that--especially payment and construction surety bonds.
What happens if you default on a performance bond?
A performance bond is a contract between the obligee and surety. In case of default, the obligee can call on the surety to meet their obligations under that bonded contract. Click this How does Plumbing service Performance Bond work?
What do you call a performance bond?
You can call a performance bond any number of things such as an appearance and attendance bond, or even a surety for production. It is important to know which type you are working with in order to ensure that your notice complies appropriately!
Why is a performance bond required?
Performance Bonds are needed to assure that a contractor completes their work on time. Performance bonds usually come in addition to the contractors license bond and can identify what kind of work they want done, how long it should take and when you need them completed.
When can you release a performance bond?
You may be wondering when you can release your performance bond. Generally, as a rule, the performance bond remains in force until either after practical completion of the works or after making good any defects to it.
When can a performance bond be cancelled?
The final sign-off is up to the obligee. Court bonds cannot be cancelled by either the principal or surety, as they are required by court order and only after obtaining written "release" from the court may you seek cancellation of your bond obligation.
What is a 50% performance bond?
Every contractor should have a performance bond to protect their client. The amount of the Performance Bond is typically 50% or 100%. See this How Does Payment and Performance Bond Work?
Does a performance bond cover warranty?
A performance bond is a contract that ensures the project being built will be completed on time and according to specifications. A warranty typically covers defects in materials or workmanship while not providing an assurance of quality for completing the project.
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