Ohio – Canton HVAC Contractor Bond
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In Ohio, the City of Canton Building Department requires contractors to obtain a $10,000 Canton HVAC contractor bond as a condition for licensing.
The HVAC contractor bond is available as a new and renewal bond through AmeriPro Surety Bonds.
Canton HVAC Contractor Bond: The Purpose of this Surety Bond
The Canton HVAC contractor surety bond is a financial guarantee for the city of Canton that contractors who specialize in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, will conduct their profession according to law — and particularly — the Building Code for the city of Canton.
The bond’s existence holds the city harmless for any failure to abide by the Code and any consequent harm as a result of that failure.
As such, the bond is not a liability policy for the HVAC contractor; its protections are solely for the city of Canton and its residence.
In the event that a claim were filed against your surety bond, judged credible, and paid, it is your legal responsibility to reimburse the surety for all costs and fees involved in the settlement of your claim.
Canton HVAC Contractor Bond: Premium and Duration
The HVAC contractor bond is $100 a year.
There is no underwriting involved for this bond and there is no credit check. We refer to this type of surety bond as an “instant issue”.
The application can be most quickly completed with one of our agents over the phone. The time for an application is a few minutes.
Once issued, the bond will have an expiration date of December 31st of the same year, even if the bond is issued very late in the year.
Generally, Ohio contractor bonds for cities and municipalities all have a December 31st expiration date.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency providing surety bonds of all types throughout Ohio.
In addition to contractor bonds, our agency provides license and permit, court, and fiduciary surety bonds.
We also provide surety bonds nationwide.
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