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Nevada Contractor License Bond

The Nevada contractor license bond requirement is unique among state contractor license bonding requirements. Nevada is one of the few states that has a variable bond amount based on an initial application review.

In this video you'll learn what a surety bond is and in particular the Nevada contractor license bond is and why the Nevada State Contractors Board requires this from every contractor getting licensed. Plus you'll learn how much a contractor bond costs and how to purchase it for as little as possible.

If you're currently going through the licensing process, make sure you read our article outlining the 9 steps to getting your Nevada contractor license.

Here are the video timestamps if you want to jump around:

  • 00:17 - Video agenda
  • 00:48 - What is a surety bond?
  • 01:04 - Surety bond simple definition
  • 01:28 - What a contractor surety bond protects against
  • 01:53 - The contractor surety bond process in Nevada
  • 02:19 - How your surety bond amount will be determined
  • 03:07 - How much does a contractor surety bond cost
  • 03:24 - Factors that determine your contractor bond cost
  • 03:39 - The best way to purchase your contractor bond
  • 04:02 - Bonds with fixed prices and zero credit check
  • 04:28 - Bond price examples that require a credit check
  • 05:13 - How to make getting your contractor bond easy

Once you get your bond amount from the state and you're ready to get a free price quote, use our online quote form. There is no obligation to purchase the bond after you get a quote. You have nothing to lose by seeing how low of a price quote we're able to get you.

If you'd prefer to speak with a bond specialist, you can call 1-800-608-9950.

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