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California Contractors License Bond
The California Contractor License Bond is a $12,500 surety bond currently. In California, anyone who contracts to perform work that is valued at $500 or more for labor and materials must hold a current, valid license from the CSLB and carrier a Contractor License Bond. If a California contractor has had issues with his/her license sometimes the CLB will require a Disciplinary Bond.
Contractors that have this bond are sometimes required to have a Payment and Performance Bond Call today if you would like to speak to a surety bond expert, to set up a free bonding line.
Please always check with the state for more details or information regarding your license bond.
At WWIS we can handle all of your bonding needs for all credit types we have several carriers with an exclusive Contractor License Bond program.
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