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Illinois Contractor License or Permit Bond

Illinois Contractor License or Permit Bond

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Who Requires the Contractor License or Permit Bond and Why Is It Needed?

Builder. Contractor License Bond for licensed contractors to ensure compliance with state or local regulations and statutes.

Contractor license bonds are surety bonds that must be purchased by various types of contractors across the state of Illinois to ensure compliance with the rules, regulations and building codes prescribed by the state or local government. Contractor license bonds are required as a condition of a license or permit by local municipalities, counties, and the state of Illinois. Among other state and local requirements, Illinois roofing and plumbing contractors must furnish surety bonds as outlined in the table below.

Numerous cities, counties and other local municipalities across Illinois require contractor license or permit bonds including; Bartlett, Berwyn, Bolingbrook, Brookfield, Calumet City, Carbon Cliff Cary, Chicago, Cicero, Cook County, Deerfield, Downers Grove, East Moline, Elmhurst, Evanston, Flagg Creek, Frankfort, Franklin Park, Glendale Heights, Highland Park, Hillside, Hoffman Estates, Kankakee County, Lake Zurich, Lansing, Lemont, Lincolnwood, Maywood, Milan, Mokena, Moline, Monroe County, Morton Grove, Naperville, New Lenox, Niles,  Northfield, Oak Park, Orland Park, Palatine, River Forest, Rock Island, Romeoville, Skokie, South Holland, South Lyons, Sterling, Rock Falls, Streamwood, Tinley Park, Urbana, Westchester, Wheaton, Will County, and Winnetka.

How Much Will My Surety Bond Cost?

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What Does the Bond Protect Against?

The Department of Financial and Professional Registration requires a Roofing Contractor Bond for those engaged in the business of roofing contracting in the State of Illinois. The bond guarantees faithful observance of all ordinances and laws of the State of Illinois and all rules, regulations and building codes. The bonded entity is obligated to pay damages to any person, firm or corporation damaged by reason of the surety bond principal's violation of laws, ordinances, rules, regulations or building codes. The Illinois Department of Public Health requires a Plumbing Contractor Surety Bond to ensure the bonded principal or other persons authorized to perform plumbing under the principal's supervision perform plumbing in compliance with the plumbing codes as required pursuant to Illinois rules, Part 894. 

List of Illinois surety bonds.

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