Hall County Contractor License Bond

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Who needs a contractor license bond in Hall County?

The Hall County Business License Division requires businesses located in unincorporated Hall County (not within city limits) that provide a product or service in exchange for compensation to hold a business license. Businesses located within the boundaries of any city in Hall County should check with local jurisdictions for licensing requirements. 

In addition to the licensing requirement, mobile home locating and relocating contractors in Hall County must obtain a $10,000 contractor license bond. This bond is in addition to the statewide Georgia bond requirement (all general and residential contractors in Georgia must obtain a valid license and a contractor bond to operate legally). 

As a contractor, you should check with the Hall County Business License Division to ensure you meet all your area’s licensing and bonding requirements.

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How does a contractor license bond work?

A contractor license bond guarantees that a contractor (the principal in the bond contract) completes work per county or state laws. This may include adhering to building codes, paying taxes, and fulfilling other contractual obligations. 

A Hall County contractor license bond protects the county (the obligee) and a contractor’s clients from financial losses. If one of these parties identifies a break in the bond agreement and files a claim, the surety company will cover the client’s damages. The principal must then reimburse the surety for the amount paid out. 

You do not need to pay the full bond amount to acquire your surety bond. Instead, you’ll pay a premium, a small percentage of the full bond amount. ZipBonds issues contractor license bonds quickly for as little as $100. Apply online today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Often, a bond in a specific municipality will cover the state requirement. However, you may need both bonds, depending on your contractor type, location, and other factors. Contact ZipBonds for details on your specific situation.

If your work or business practices are deemed incomplete, unethical, or excessively lengthy in completion time, someone may file a claim against your bond. To avoid this situation, perform all work professionally and on time, following your industry’s local and state laws and regulations. Note the bond agreement details and respond to client complaints quickly – before they become official claims against your bond.

Apply for Your Contractor Bond in Hall County, GA

ZipBonds offers the fastest and most secure option for getting bonded. Our all-digital platform is intuitive and straightforward. Apply online, email support@zipbonds.com or call 888.435.4191 to speak with an agent directly.


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Fast forward a couple of years, and that better way is the impetus of everything we do at ZipBonds. We constantly look for innovative ways to improve the bonding process for our clients and agents. Our team comprises individuals who understand all angles of surety – for companies, agencies, and individuals. Incorporating everyone’s point of view to improve the process while simultaneously integrating cutting-edge technology is what sets our business apart.