Surety bonds

 

Federal, State and local governments require Surety Bonds in order to manage risk on construction projects and protect taxpayer dollars.  Surety Bonds are not limited to public construction projects.  Many private owners require bonds on their projects.  A contractor’s ability to obtain surety bonds could have a significant effect on that contractors ability to acquire work.

At Insurance Underwriters and IUL Risk Solutions, we are in sync with both large and small construction company bonding needs. You may need guidance with your surety bonds as your business grows and evolves. Our Surety Team possesses over 50 years experience in the bonding industry and our knowledge and business tools can help customers satisfy their surety bonding requirements.

Contract Surety (Construction)

Our approach is rooted in genuine understanding of the construction industry and the business of our clients. We have the knowledge to provide flexible and innovative solutions that are suitable to our customers. We like to begin with meeting our contractor clients to determine their bonding needs.  We can gather the appropriate information to approach surety markets that best fit that contractor’s type of business and growth potential.

  • Bid Bonds
  • Performance & Payment Bonds
  • Supply Bonds

Commercial Surety (Miscellaneous)

Our surety team specializes in a variety of commercial surety bonds.  We pride ourselves on service and delivering results.

  • License & Permit bonds
  • Court Bonds
  • Custom Bonds
  • Motor Vehicle Bonds
  • Notary Bonds
  • Other Miscellaneous bonds

If there’s anything else you need to know about surety bonds, contact us today.

Let’s discuss your surety bonds.

One of our Bond Specialists will reach out to you to review your information and present you with the appropriate surety bond solution. There’s no obligation, just good-old-fashioned advice.
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Insurance Underwriters & IUL Risk Solutions offers comprehensive surety bonds.