Being a larger state, Texas naturally has a lot of construction workers, varying from union laborers to independent contractors. To protect citizens from financial losses, the State of Texas, along with its cities and counties, requires surety bonds for many construction related operations.
Whether you are looking to perform work under a license, permit, or fulfilling a single contract, Jet Insurance Company surety has your back. We are like a Doc Holliday to your Wyatt Earp.
By doing research for every single contractor bond requirement in Texas, we are able to get you the bond efficiently while keeping your cost low. Choose from the bonds below, or call Jet to speak to a live agent at (855) 296-2663.
There are 100 cities in Texas that require contractors to secure a surety bond for various license types and projects. Including right-of-way permits, contractor licenses and more.
Four Texas counties (Fort Bend, Harris, Galveston, and Travis) have surety bond requirements for contractors working within county lines for certain permit and projects.
Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Manufactured Housing Division requires manufacturers, retailers, brokers, and installers of manufactured homes to be registered and hold a license bond.
Anyone operating an oil well or gas well must file a Performance Bond with the Texas Railroad Commission to protect the environment and people of Texas from financial harm.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers requires contractors hiring from Texas local unions 20, 520, 527, and 716 to get and maintain a union bond.
The Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation International Association requires employers of their Texas Local Union No. 67 members to acquire a Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 67 Bond.
Hiring a carpenter, millwright, or other tradesmen from the Southern States Millwright Regional Council in Texas? You'll likely need this Wage and Welfare Bond.
Texas local Unions 68, 100, and 142 of the United Association of plumbers and pipefitters mandate employers hiring members to hold a surety bond.