To get a Certificate of Registration, contractors in Brunswick, Ohio need to purchase a $25,000 Contractors Indemnification Bond, otherwise known as simple as a Contractor Bond. Save on your surety bond needs with Jet by purchasing online. It only takes a minute or two.
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According to the City of Brunswick, the Contractor Registration Application and the original signed and sealed Contractor Bond must be filed together to the Building Department. The mailing address for their office can be found below:
If you are renewing your license, the Contractor Renewal Registration Application is required. The bond must be filed each year to the City. So long as you make monthly or renewal payment, Jet will send the updated bond form to you for filing in December. Reminders will happen in the months before December so you will not be late on this important filing.
The Contractor License Bond acts as an assurance to the City of Brunswick and the Building Department that the contractor will abide by all construction regulations of their license. If the contractor commits a violation such as not completing the job or upholding their warranty, the surety bond will act as restitution for losses incurred by the city or person of the public up to the bond's limit of $25,000.
It is also important to note that licensed contractors will also need to purchase liability insurance to cover bodily injury and property damage. While liability covers accident, the surety bond covers negligent and fraudulent acts. Surety companies are indemnified against damages paid out for this reason (including some others). This means the contractor will need to pay the surety back for damages paid.
Brunswick Contractors Indemnification Bond Example