The General Assembly has passed a new statue requiring a Kansas Roofing Contractor Bond where previously such contractors were unregulated by the state. Many cities and counties have their own requirements, including ICC or other testing requirements. Most contractors are also required to register with the State of Kansas for revenue purposes. Following is a non-exhaustive list of locations. Roofing contractors should verify with local authorities prior to comencing any work.
Johnson County Roofing Contractor Bond
Sedgwick County Roofing Contractor Bond
City of Wichita Roofing Contractor Bond
City of Topeka Roofing Contractor Bond
Seward County Roofing Contractor Bond
City of Liberal Roofing Contractor Bond
The new Kansas roofing contractor bond is part of a bill enacted by the Kansas Legislature and signed by the Governor on April 22, 2013. Under the provisions of this law, on and after July 1, 2013, every roofing contractor must obtain a roofing contractor registration certificate from the Kansas Attorney General in order to legally provide commercial or residential roofing services for a fee in Kansas. The Kansas surety bond amount has not been set nor a version of the obligation offered by the A.G.’s office as of this date.
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