Colorado Surety Bonds
Surety Bond Professionals is a family owned and operated bonding agency with over 30 years of experience. With access to a broad range of surety markets, our expert agents are ready to assist with all of your Colorado surety bond needs.
Continue reading below to learn more about common Colorado bonding requirements, or use our online form to request a quote now.
Colorado Construction & Contractor Bonds
Although there is no statewide licensing of contractors in Colorado, the state and certain municipalities require contract bonds for contractors involved in public works projects. The most commonly required contractor bonds are bid bonds and performance bonds, though others might also be required, such as payment bonds and maintenance bonds.
Colorado License Bonds
Obtaining a surety bond is a prerequisite for getting a license to operate in a certain professional capacity in Colorado, such as a mortgage broker or motor vehicle dealer. Although there is no state licensing for contractors, local contractor license and permit bonds are required in some municipalities such as Denver, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Englewood, and a few other locations.
Colorado Court Bonds
Colorado court bonds generally fall into one of two categories: appeal bonds and probate bonds. Appeal bonds are required from people appealing a court decision, especially when contested assets are involved. Probate bonds are required from people named to serve in a fiduciary capacity, such as the executor of an estate or guardian of a minor.
You can count on our experienced surety professionals to answer any questions and get you a competitive rate on the Colorado contract bond, license bond, or court bond you need. Apply now!