Alabama Residential Roofer Bond

Bond Penalty: $10,000

An Alabama residential roofer bond is required by the Home Builders Licensure Board. A designated qualifying representative must file the surety bond along with an application and if applying as a business entity, a certificate of compliance from the Alabama Department of Revenue. The state also requires presentation of government issued identification evidencing that the applicant is lawfully present within the state.

The residential roofer bond must be issued in the amount of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) and contains provision specific to the licensee. The surety bond guarantees that the roofer will obey all ordinances and the laws of the State of Alabama and any municipality within which the contractor will work as well as all rules, regulations and building codes established under the authority of the state or city. The obligation states that the licensee will "perform in a workmanlike manner all work undertaken, and will indemnify a the Board from all liability arising from acts done or omitted by him or her, or employees and subs of the licensee for any inadequate work. The contractor must also defend all suits brought against the state based on any act of default for which roofer is responsible." License forms and the Alabama residential roofer bond template may be downloaded from the Board's website:

Alabama surety bond company, Surety One, Inc. is an experienced underwriter of contract surety bonds. We provided unmatched support of your surety bond need, based on our knowledge about the industry and our focus on our personal relationship with contractors. We facilitate immediate quoting and same-day delivery of surety bond requests. Call us at (800) 373-2804, email Underwriting@SuretyOne.com or click here to chat with an underwriter real-time for more information about an Alabama residential roofer bond.

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