Washington D.C. Electrical Contractor Bond
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Licensing of Electrical Contractors/ Designated Masters
Washington D.C. electrical contractors or designated masters are licensed and regulated by the DCRA, Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.
A prerequisite for licensing is that the appropriate surety bond amount is furnished to the Department. Your license and surety bond alike expire on November 30th of the odd year.
Qualifying and the Premium
You are automatically approved for the Washington D.C. electrical contractor bond in whatever amount you require. This is because we offer this bond to you without a credit inquiry.
The breakdown for electrical specialties and surety bond amounts required is as follows:
- Electrical (regular voltage) – $4000 for companies; $2000 for designated masters;
- Electrical (low voltage) – $2000 for companies; $1000 for designated masters.
The premium amount will be determined by when your surety bond is purchased. The premium may be prorated depending on when the bond is purchased; however, the minimum premium for all of the amounts is $100. For a full 2-year term, the premium is about $180.
Once your bond is paid for, we issue it immediately. Your original surety bond is then sent to you for singing as the Principal.
You’ll want to file your bond to the following address:
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs
1100 4th Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
Purpose of Your Surety Bond Requirement
Your electrical contractor/designated master bond is a financial guarantee of your compliance with Chapter 17-2, of the code for the District of Columbia, as amended.
This surety bond, furthermore, holds Washington D.C. harmless from any and all consequences of any acts performed in connection with the issuance of your license and for the period covered by the bond.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency. We provide license and permit, court, and probate surety bonds in Washington D.C. and all 50 states.
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