In North Carolina, construction work is classified and regulated in various ways. Most classifications of contractors need a surety bond in order to be licensed. Certain state, county, city, and commercial projects have their own bonding requirements. Jet is the only direct provider of contractor bonds in North Carolina allowing construction professionals to save time and money.
The State of North Carolina and several of its counties and cities require surety bonds as part of a license requirement. Choose from the list of contractor license bonds below or contact us: (855) 296-2663.
The NC Landscape Contractors' Licensing Board requires a Landscaping License Bond for various landscaping specialties.
$10,000 bond enforced by the NC Irrigation Contractors' Licensing Board for contractors installing sprinklers and irrigation systems.
City of Greensboro surety bond in the amount of $5,000 or $2,000 depending on the type of permit work being completed.
City of Winston-Salem bond in the amount of $5,000 or $2,500 depending on type of work being completed - needed to pull permit.
The NC Home Inspector Licensure Board requires this bond for home inspectors who cannot show net assets over $5,000.
Bond required by the NCLBGC for anyone pursuing or renewing a general contractor license.
Well contractor/driller $10,000 license bond for those performing work on wells in Wake County.
North Carolina permit bonds are enforced on a county or city level and are for specific projects. Permit bonds are often requested on larger projects, and must be obtained before work can begin.
Surety bonds for contractors working on manufactured houses and modular homes, required by the NC Manufactured Building Division as well as various cities and counties.
License bond in the amount of $35,000 bond, and a $25,000 bond for supplemental locations.
$10,000 license bond enforced by the NC Manufactured Building Division for contractors setting up manufactured homes.
North Carolina has many other constructed related bonds throughout the state enforced by various government agencies. Other bonding requirements defy classification, but are still related to the construction industry.
$20,000 bond for contractors who employ union workers, mandated by Local Union 312 in Lexington, North Carolina.
State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors requires this bond for electrical contractors getting or renewing an intermediate or unlimited license.
With the most varied set of requirements, contractors can find any surety bond need here at Jet. If not listed on this page check here.