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Alabama Contractor License Bond Information

The Alabama state boards governing heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, residential roofing and plumbing or gas fitting contractors, created by the provisions of Code of Alabama 1975,34-31-18, Et. Seq., require contractors to furnish surety bonds in the amount of ten thousand or fifteen thousand dollars. The bonds are conditioned upon the contractors faithful compliance with all ordinances and laws of the State of Alabama and any municipality or county of the state where the bonded principal engages in related work.

In addition to the state contractor bond requirements, many cities and counties also have bonding requirements including Birmingham, Dothan, Montgomery, Jefferson, Auburn, Chickasaw, Eufaula, Gulf Shores, Mobile, Mountain Brook, Opelika, Prichard, Saraland, and Satsuma.

Alabama Contractor Bond Prices - Buy Online

Most Common Bonds

Contractor Bond - Heating & AC
Contractor Bond - Refrigeration
Contractor Bond - Heating & AC and Refrigeration

Additional Bonds

Contractor Bond - Residential Roofer

$10,000 Bond

Expires 12/31

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Contractor Bond - Plumbing and Gas Fitting

$2,000 Bond

1-Year Bond

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Contractor License Bond - Filed with City, County or Other Local Government

Bonds up to $25,000

1-Year Bond Starts at $100.00
1% of the Bond Amount


2-Year Bond Starts at $175.00
1.75% of the Bond Amount

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What does a Contractor Bond Protect Against?

The surety bond guarantees compliance with all rules, regulations and building codes established under the authority of state laws or other ordinances requiring workmanlike standards for all work undertaken. The bond protects any person who is financially damaged by reason of the principal's negligence or violation of state laws, ordinances, rules, regulations or building codes. Other contractor bonds may be required by various counties or local municipalities throughout the state.