When you give your word to a client and sign on the dotted line of a contract, your word is your bond. You won’t let anyone or anything stand in your way of getting the job done and taking care of your clients.
But unfortunately, in today’s world, that’s not always enough.
As a contractor, you know there are certain things you have to do to get the job done on time and on budget. You need good subcontractors and the right equipment. Being licensed and insured is a given. But are you bonded?
If not, you often can’t bid on government contracts or work with big companies. Some contractors don’t like the idea of being bonded. It makes them feel like their word isn’t good enough. After all, you’ve never walked out on a job before, so why do you need to buy a bond just to prove it?
Here at Patterson Insurance, we know that you’re an honest contractor and business owner. The clients and customers you’ve worked with in the past know it, too. But don’t you want to win that big government contract or get the bid on a new company moving to the area? Being bonded will help.
Surety bonds are peace of mind to the organizations and people who need a contractor like you to do work for them. Different types of bonds offer different guarantees, depending on which type you need.