AmeriPro Surety Bonds provides New Mexico applicants with the New Mexico modular third party inspector bond both for first time applicants and licensee renewals.
Modular homes are houses which are primarily constructed in a factory and then moved to the location where they will be placed.
The main distinction between modular homes and other types of houses is that modular homes are not constructed onsite.
For this reason, modular homes are also known as prefabricated homes (prefab) because they are constructed elsewhere and only thereafter moved and placed at their final location.
Third party inspectors of modular facilities have as their duty to determine in an objective, disinterested manner, the structural integrity of a modular home before it is occupied.
Modular third party inspectors receive training and certification from the International Code Council, based in Brea, California.
An applicant will need to be certified by the International Code Council before completing an application.
Applicants for the third party modular inspector license in New Mexico will want to complete a two page application for the third party inspector license.
Applicants will also need to purchase a $5,000 surety bond.
The $5,000 New Mexico third party inspector bond is required by the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Construction Division.
The bond protects others in case of willfully wrongful, negligent, or dishonest acts committed by a licensee in related to the performance of their duties as a third party inspector.
The New Mexico modular third party inspector bond may be purchased for as little as $100.
The bond’s premium will be determined by a quick run of an applicant’s credit score.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds will work to get you the best pricing for your NM third party inspector bond.
The bond may also be prepaid for up to a period of 3 years.
Of course, then, it makes financial sense to prepay the bond for 3 years; however, the decision is entirely yours to make.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bond-only agency providing license and permit, fiduciary, and contractor bonds in New Mexico and all 50 states.
We look forward to and welcome the opportunity of working with you to meet your surety bond needs.