There are several types of construction bonds used to guarantee construction, often required by the government for public jobs. Private entities and general contractors bidding out projects to sub-contractors can also require them. You can use our contractor bond guide to learn about every bond you'll ever need for your contracting business.
Bid bonds get your foot in the door by allowing you to bid on bonded jobs! They guarantee your bid is accurate (so make sure it is!) and that the bonding company will provide a performance & payment bond if you are awarded the contract.
Performance bonds are what guarantees your work to the owner. The required "performance" of your work is outlined in writing in the contract.
Payment bonds guarantee that you'll pay all sub-contractors, laborers, and suppliers.
Maintenance bonds provide a warranty on your work for a specific amount of time after the work is complete.
Supply bonds ensure suppliers deliver materials according to their contract.
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