Contractor Bonds

South Carolina General Contractors

2020-07-17T14:26:32-04:00October 21st, 2019|Bonds, Contractor Bonds|

Bond penalties have changed. Effective May 2018, a South Carolina General Contractor surety bond is accepted in lieu of the previously required audited financial statements. The bond option listed Section 40-11-262 of South Carolina’s statutes, consists of 5 categories for General Contractors. Which group is right for you? South Carolina’s board states, “An

Subdivision Bond

2020-07-17T14:39:34-04:00June 17th, 2019|Contractor Bonds|

Calling all residential contractors, renovators, and developers! Are you in need of a subdivision, right of way, driveway, curb and gutter work, sidewalk, soil and erosion control, retention pond and/or arborist bond? We are here to help! American Surety Bonds can offer preferred, standard, non-traditional rates/underwriting, along with superior service! The best

North Dakota Public Improvement Contracts see Bond Increase

2020-07-23T13:58:50-04:00August 5th, 2017|Contractor Bonds|

Beginning on August 1st of this year, the State of North Dakota bond threshold for public improvement contracts increases from $100,000 to $150,000.  Thanks to legislation passed on March 24th, contractors wishing to accept public improvement contracts that are greater than or equal to $150,000 in value must furnish performance and payments bonds on

New SBA Bond Page

2020-07-24T14:51:08-04:00August 3rd, 2017|Contractor Bonds, Federal Bonds, License and Permit Bonds|

Here at American Surety Bonds we have launched a new page on our website specifically for SBA Bonds.  Together, American Surety Bonds and the Small Business Administration can help your business better meet their surety needs.  The SBA has in place a fast, streamlined, and hassle-free underwriting program that takes into account your business'

How to Get A Government Contractors Bond

2020-07-17T14:48:27-04:00October 23rd, 2015|Contractor Bonds|

Competing, Bidding, or Already Low on a Government Project? Planning on or already awarded a government project? You will need a payment and performance bond (standard form 25). Surety specialists at American Surety Bonds Agency have over 25 years experience and are here to help you get bonded quickly. If you are bidding on federal

Do Not Forget Bond Renewals

2020-07-17T14:58:13-04:00October 23rd, 2015|Contractor Bonds, License and Permit Bonds, News|

American Surety Bonds Agency is dedicated to making the bonding process as fast and simple as possible. At our agency, we believe that building a long lasting and trusting relationship is the key to success; which is why we provide you with upcoming bond expiration dates to ensure that you do not fall behind