Washington D.C. Elevator Contractor Bond
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Licensing of D.C. Elevator Contractors
Companies who work as elevator contractors in Washington D.C. are licensed and regulated by DCRA, the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.
A condition of licensing for elevator contractor companies is that you obtain a $4000 surety bond. This surety bond must have an expiration date of November 30th of the odd year, in tandem with your elevator contractor license.
According to the DCRA, the surety bond is not required of master contractors.
Qualifying and the Premium
You are automatically approved for the $4000 Washington D.C. elevator contractor bond. This is because the bond is issued to you without a credit check inquiry.
The premium will be determined by the date of the purchase of your bond; again, it must have an expiration date of November 30th of an odd year.
We’ll be able to tell you the exact premium amount when you call us.
Obtaining your surety bond is simple. We’ll take the short surety bond application from you over the phone. This consists of providing us with the name of your company, and you and your company’s contact information.
After payment of the premium, our agency issues your surety bond and a Power of Attorney form. Upon receipt by mail, you’ll sign as Principal, having it witnessed by two other persons.
Your completed surety bond along with the Power of Attorney form can be filed to:
District of Columbia
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
1100 4th Street, SW
Washington D.C., 20024
Purpose of the Surety Bond Requirement
In accordance with Section 17-210.5, your elevator contractor bond is a financial guarantee of your compliance all rules and regulations involved in elevator contractor; and that, additionally, you’ll hold Washington D.C. harmless from any and all acts performed by you or those you employ in connection with work performed.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency. We provide contractor license and permit, court, and other surety bonds required in Washington D.C. and all 50 states.
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